The Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art offers a variety of educational programs and resources for JCCC students, faculty and the broader community, including youth, families and lifelong learners.

A museum docent explains a work of art to a group of people.

In addition to JCCC programs and K-12 school tours, the Nerman Museum offers lectures, visiting artist presentations, activities for families and art classes for children. Refer to our calendar or visit the information desk in the museum to find details about upcoming programs. Most are free and open to the public.

Family Programs

Pick up a free Art Walking Tour to explore the art on campus. The museum offers free family-friendly workshops in our studio classroom during Spring Break and other special occasions. Refer to our calendar for upcoming events.

Tours and Group Visits

Tours cover various themes so students can connect their museum experience with classroom lessons. Custom tours may be developed to meet the needs of groups covering special topics.

Work Experience

The museum provides college students with entry-level employment and opportunities for volunteering, which can help them build their résumés.