Connections in Education

School Tours

Ignite your student’s curiosity as they explore Wisconsin art through various perspectives, while encouraging creative thinking and visual literacy skills. CAM staff will support visiting classroom and school tours through thought provoking conversations and inquiry-based activities. Docent-led, thematic tours are available to enhance your curriculum. Registration is required. A $25 fee is required to confirm your reservation. Reach out to to schedule and learn more!

CAM in the Classroom

The Cedarburg Art Museum is reaching out to Ozaukee and Washington Counties by taking the museum’s quality art education programs on the road. CAM in the Classroom staff will come to your organization, school, event, or party loaded with materials and supplies to bring the joy of creating art to kids and adults alike. Programs start at ages 2 and up. To learn more or to schedule, please contact

Colleges and Universities

CAM welcomes higher education audiences to engage with its collection and exhibitions. Tours and seminar-style classes focused on A Creative Place: A History of Wisconsin Art, can be designed with the education team to hone critical thinking skills and broaden Wisconsin Art History engagement, while exposing students to a classroom experience outside of the traditional classroom. Reach out to to schedule and learn more!

SAM Exhibitions

CAM believes in the power of student art, and has partnered with Mel’s Charities and the Austin family of Cedarburg to develop an exhibition space, Student Art Matters, wholly devoted to student artwork. Curated in honor of the late Shelby Austin, students have the opportunity to showcase their own artistic masterpieces in a real life museum gallery! Educators in Ozaukee and Washington counties who are interested in being a part of a student art exhibition should reach out to CAM at