Education at ICA Miami
Online Learning & Resources
ICA Miami's online learning courses help students and young learners of all skill-levels build connections between core curricula and the museum's exhibitions, artist, and collection.
The Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami's youth programs offers advanced educational programming and opportunities to gain experience in the visual arts fields.
ICA Miami's community engagement programs connect families to contemporary art through hand on workshops, artist residencies, and monthly programming developed around our exhibitions.
ICA Miami's community engagement programs connect communities to contemporary art through hand on workshops, artist residencies, and monthly programming developed around our exhibitions.
Schools + Tours
ICA Miami's school and tours programs engage Miami-Dade Public Schools, local private schools, organizations, and educators with contemporary art through interactive learning. Tours are designed to be accessible to K-12 students of all abilities, encourage critical thinking, and develop creative problem-solving skills.
Immersive School Tours
ICA Miami’s immersive tour program is accessible to all K–12 students. The tour curriculum is developed to build empathy, critical thinking skills, and spark interest in exhibitions on view.
Special Access Tours
ICA Miami’s Special Access Tours curriculum ensures that every person, regardless of ability or background, can meaningfully participate in all aspects of our tour programs.
Volunteers + Internships
Want to learn more about what ICA has to offer and support the museum? Become a part of the ICA community or applying to our internship programs!
Education Programs at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami are funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Additional support is provided by the Joanne R. and Arnold Katz Endowment, Al and Jane Nahmad Family Foundation, Pilar Crespi Robert and Stephen Robert, Kay Torshen and Alan Schrieshei, ICA Miami's Family Members and Friends of Education. For 2023/2024, program support is provided by the Monell Family Foundation, and the Nicoll Family Fund.