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Education Outreach

After School Art Program (ASAP):

Classes for children age 5-11 are held in the Children’s Studio and online from 3:45-5 p.m., every Thursday during the school year (with the exception of school breaks). The cost per child is $105 per 21 week session. Spring Session runs from Jan. 14 - June 3, 2021. Register online.

COVID-19 Protocol for ASAP

  • Sessions are limited to six in-person and six online participants.
  • Participants will each be provided with separate materials and distanced work stations.
  • Face coverings are required for entry into the building.
  • Frequent cleaning and hand sanitizing will be provided.
  • Please call or email us if you have any questions or concerns: 208-885-3586 or

MACtivities Tool Box:

The MACtivites Toolbox was created during 2020 as a way to connect with community and creativity during a time of social distancing. The program, offered in partnership with the Moscow Arts Council, provides art supplies and curriculum toolboxes to community members free of charge. Lessons included are designed for three different age groups and provide space for creative inquiry while maintaining alignment with National Core Art Standards.

Printable Materials

Toolbox #1- Art Outside!

Introduction, Techniques, and Colors
Printable Color Wheel
Lesson One for ages 5-7 years: Collect the Color Wheel
Lesson Two for ages 5-7 years: Leaf Lines
Lesson One for ages 8-12 years: Collect the Color Scheme
Lesson Two for ages 8-12 years: Shadow Shapes
Lesson One for ages 13 years and up: En Plein Air
Lesson Two for ages 13 years and up: Phenology Wheels

School Group Tours:

The Prichard offers tours for each exhibit to meet the needs of classes pre-K through 12th grade. Students of all ages can absorb valuable lessons and be inspired by the variety of exhibits presented at the Prichard. We are committed to providing these eye-opening experiences for any interested school group. That is why we raise funds to pay for all transportation costs.

On average, Docent-led tours are one hour long with time spent viewing and discussing the exhibit and then creating a project in the Children’s Studio. We can also assist you in arranging a full day or half day of activities in Moscow if you are traveling a long distance.


The Prichard Art Gallery is not only a place to view art, but also to make art! We offer workshops led by local artists throughout the year. We seek to hold a wide variety of classes from bookmaking to jewelry making and creative writing. Please email to inquire about teaching.


For questions or to schedule tours, please contact

University of Idaho Prichard Art Gallery

Physical Address:

414 S. Main St., Moscow ID 83843
Corners of 5th and Main Street

Regular Hours:
10 a.m.- 8 p.m.
Sunday: 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Monday: Closed

Phone: 208-885-3586

Fax: 208-885-3622