The Museum’s Education Department is a vital link between the permanent collection and special exhibitions and the many communities we serve. Below is a list of some resources and activities you can find on our event calendar.
Films related to Dalí, Surrealism, art history, and the art + artists featured in our special exhibitions.
Coffee with a Curator
Coffee with a Curator is a focused, theme-oriented presentation on a variety of Dalí-related topics. The talk is presented by one of The Dalí Museum’s Curatorial/Education team or an invited speaker.
DillyDally with Dalí
Children discover the creative world of Dalí through games, puzzles and arts + craft activities which educate and encourage family interaction.
This free program allows high school students to learn the fundamentals of design, construction and runway presentation from experienced artists and designers.
Junior Docent Art Camp
Created in 1984, the Dalí Museum Junior Docent Program is a summer camp offered to children 9 to 12 years of age.
Groups can explore the galleries before the Museum opens, then enjoy engaging hands-on activities. Advanced ticket purchase is required for this customized event. Please email MWykell@TheDali.org for more information and to schedule.
This interactive program allows children ages 0 through 5 to use music and movement to explore Spanish music and the cultural world of Salvador Dalí.
Opera at The Dali
Singers from The St. Petersburg Opera Company perform on the helical staircase.
Poetry at The Dali
St. Petersburg Poet Laureate Helen Wallace welcomes select poets for readings, followed by audience Q&A.
Recreation Center Summer Program
An innovative five week series of summer workshops, offered with the support of Creative Pinellas and the Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners, provided to high-need students in five St. Petersburg Recreation Centers.
The Stavros Education Classroom
The Education Classroom is filled with activities children and their families can explore on their own.
This free semester-long program empowers high school students (grades 9-12) to become interpreters of the world and works of Salvador Dalí.
Student Surrealist Art Exhibit
Initiated in 1985, this annual student art exhibit invites middle- and high-school students to envision the world the way Dalí and the Surrealists did.
Yoga at The Dalí
Classes in the Raymond James Community Room or Avant-garden, both with incredible views of the waterfront.