UPDATED 7/20/21: Our galleries will reopen to the general public on August 24, 2021. Until then, stay connected with us on Facebook, and Twitter. Join us for online talks and master classes. Explore our online exhibits and learning resources.
Resources and activities to use at home, in the classroom, and some to guide your visit at the museum.
Muse2You! Virtual Museum Tours
Best for 3rd - 6th grades
Materials to use with the O’odham Muse2You! tour
O’odham Tour Background Information (pdf)
Materials to use with the Yaqui Muse2You! tour
More virtual tours and accompanying materials coming soon!
Best for high school students
A traveling exhibit featured at ASM in 2020, A History of Walls: The Borders We Build, serves as the foundation and springboard for this exploration. These writing prompts and activities will help you explore ideas and information about border walls with your students.
Woven Through Time: American Treasures of Native Basketry and Fiber Art
Explore the ancient and abiding fiber-weaving traditions of the region.
Discovery Hunts in Woven Through Time
The Pottery Project: 24,000 Pots, 2,000 Years
The Pottery Project celebrates 2,000 years of Native pottery-making traditions in the U.S. Southwest.
Discovery Hunts in The Pottery Project