Enhance your visit to the MOA by accessing special audiovisual resources on specific artworks and exhibitions, available exclusively in the MOA App! Engage with our collections with exclusive behind-the-scenes content from artists and curators exploring the artistic process, scriptural context, and more. You can even use it to take virtual tours of many of our exhibitions!

Download it here for iPhone and Android.

School tours, Educator Leading a tour for elementary school kids

Teacher Resources

The MOA offers several teaching and learning resources specifically designed for teachers! Whether you’re preparing for your upcoming field trip, reviewing what you’ve learned, or just want to share some are with your class, we’ve got you covered!

Durer, Mocking of Christ

Civ at the MOA

Discover and explore key artworks in the MOA’s permanent collection by time period, location, and themes in this resource designed to help students and faculty of BYU Civilization courses. Here you’ll find contextual information, faculty commentary, curricular resources provided, discussion questions, and writing prompts, helping students understand critical concepts and form connections with artists, art works, and artistic movements.

Coloring Page - Maynard Dixon, Lazy Autumn

Coloring Pages

Print these free coloring pages to use at home! Share your masterpieces with us using #byumoa.

Mini Tour

MOA Videos

Every Wednesday, MOA artworks are brought to life through short videos highlighting their personal and art-historical significance. Join our staff, faculty from various disciplines across campus, and everyday visitors like yourself each week on Facebook and Instagram as they share what makes works in our collection so special, or find our video archive on YouTube!

Phillip Henry Barkdull, Great White Throne

Virtual Galleries

Several of our current and past exhibitions are available in virtual formats! Can’t make it in person? Want to revisit old favorites? Enjoy these virtual galleries!

Open Studio March 2021

Open Studio from Home

Open Studio is the MOA’s art-making program! Inspired by an artist or artwork from the MOA collection, these activities are for art-lovers of all ages—from toddlers to teens, undergrads to grandparents. Open Studio activities take place in the MOA on the first and third Saturdays of each month, but some of them can be done at home using household materials! View our archive of these activities here.

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