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Student Programs at The Dalí

The Dalí Museum offers a variety of student programs inspired by Salvador Dalí, the Museum’s permanent collection and special exhibitions.

The Museum’s Education Department develops educator resources materials and programming that connects The Dalí’s permanent collection and special exhibitions to our visitors through docent training, tours on the free Dalí Museum app and more — so that everyone who visits online or virtually can explore a wide range of topics, engage the mind, and reflect on the human experience.

The Dalí in the Classroom
Pinellas County teachers are invited to bring the culture and art of Salvador Dalí into the classroom virtually. Via Microsoft Teams or Zoom, a Museum’s trained docent will guide the class through Dalí’s key works, & other important topics.

Fashion Design at The Dalí
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 14 years of age.

Teen Voices
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.

Summer Volunteen Program
This free summer program offers high school students (ages 14+) education and enrichment opportunities, introducing them to volunteerism and immersing them in the world of Salvador Dalí.

The Dalí on the “Fly” Art Mobile
The Dalí on the “Fly” Art Mobile is a themed, mobile classroom traveling trailer which draws connections between the artist Salvador Dalí and the worlds of math, science and dreams, from which he drew inspiration for his art.

This project is sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Arts and Culture and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture (Section 286.25, Florida Statues).

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