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EDUCATION

Since opening in 2015, over 9,000 students have toured the Museum and over 2,000 participated in GRAMMY Museum® Mississippi education programs. From workshops and lesson plans created around state standards, to our career-based Backstage Pass program, students are offered the opportunity to learn about English, history, science, math and politics through music. In addition to daily school tours and numerous workshops per school year, GRAMMY Museum Mississippi offers scholastic, enrichment, career development and outreach programs for students and educators.

Backstage Pass

Education programs and interactive workshops at GRAMMY Museum® Mississippi cultivate critical thinking while engaging students. Interdisciplinary workshops evoke further exploration and extend learning outcomes for students before and after they explore our exhibits.  Education programs with special guests offer students the opportunity to explore a variety of music careers, hear artists' stories first hand, and meet industry professionals.  CLICK HEREfor our current scheduled programs.

Workshops

Education programs and interactive workshops at GRAMMY Museum® Mississippi cultivate critical thinking while engaging students. Interdisciplinary workshops evoke further exploration and extend learning outcomes for students before and after they explore our exhibits.  Add a workshop to your school tour to expand upon the interactive experience.  CLICK HERE for more information.

Music Revolution Project

Music Revolution Project offers the region’s most creative musicians the opportunity to engage in musical discourse and performance. For each program, 25 students from genres including Classical, Jazz, Pop, Hip-Hop, Folk, Sacred and Rock-n-Roll will be encouraged to apply.  CLICK HERE for more information

Youth Leadership Council

Youth Leadership Council (YLC) at GRAMMY Museum® Mississippi gives students a voice in the Cleveland community.  YLC members will help spread the word about GRAMMY Museum Mississippi and be an example of how music engages and empowers students.  CLICK HERE to learn more.

Fast Track Music Camp

Fast Track Summer Music Camp is presented by GRAMMY Museum® Mississippi and Delta Music Institute’s Mobile Music Lab. The camp offers young musicians, ages 12-14, insight into the creative and technological processes of recording and performing music.  For more information CLICK HERE

Discovery Guide and Curriculum Resources

Supplemental materials are available for educators to utilize in conjunction with their school group tour. Lesson plans created specifically for the Museum enhance the learning experience by connecting exhibit themes to state and national standards. These lessons are available for teachers to DOWNLOAD HERE for free. The Discovery Guide is your go-to educational guide for the Museum. It features information on booking tours and workshops, a drafted field trip letter to parents, suggested activities for multiple exhibits, vocabulary and more. To request a Discovery Guide, CLICK HERE

Tours

Educational tours of the Museum include lessons on history of the GRAMMY, the impact of Mississippi artists, the process of making music and much more.  Guided educational tours offer further exploration of the Museum's exhibits.  CLICK HERE to learn more about school tours.

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