Virtual Group Visits and Guided Tours
Learning at Dia Art Foundation is founded on the idea that art is an active, self-determined experience. Virtual engagements at Dia Beacon offer a conversational introduction to the museum experience. Facilitated by museum educators, these interactive conversations prioritize experiential and shared knowledge and provide entry points to learn more about the institution and its collection.
Collection Highlights Virtual Tour
This tour offers an overview about Dia’s collection of art from the 1960s to the present as well as its constellation of locations and sites, nationally and internationally.
45-minute talk, 15-minute Q&A, maximum of 30 people per reservation
Live In-Gallery Virtual Tour
Streamed from inside Dia Beacon, this tour of the galleries is led by two museum educators as they facilitate a conversation that focuses on three to four artists.
45-minute talk, 15-minute Q&A, maximum of 50 people per reservation
Virtual Adults and University Group Tours
Dia welcomes adult and university groups for engaging, online discussions led by museum educators.
Virtual Adult Group Tour reservations must be made at least three weeks in advance.
Virtual K–12 School Group Tours
Dia welcomes K–12 school groups to explore Dia Beacon and experience learner-centered online engagements, which are facilitated by artists in the roles of educators. Virtual tours can be designed in response to course content or specific themes.
45-minute talk, 15-minute Q&A, one class per reservation
$150 K–12 School Groups
Free for Title I public schools
Virtual K–12 School Group Tour reservations must be made at least three weeks in advance.
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Dia Art Foundation strives to provide group tours to educational or other nonprofit groups regardless of means. Please ask for details when making a reservation.