About the virtual education center

The Mel and Leta Ramos Family Virtual Education Center at the Crocker Art Museum is a comprehensive resource for teachers, parents, homeschoolers, and other educators looking to integrate art into their classroom, home, or community.

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About the Crocker Art Museum

Through the Education Center, we provide lesson plans, art education coaching, curriculum reviews, professional development, and more, which all work in conjunction with school and teacher programs at the Crocker.


Students deserve an adventure to remember, and the Crocker’s school and teacher programs feature a full range of rich experiences designed to spark creativity and critical thinking. And don’t forget, the Crocker is the perfect place for teachers to expand their practices, sharpen their skills, network, and enjoy professional development. As a leading provider of arts education in the greater Sacramento area, the Crocker is here for teachers and students of all grade levels. We offer programs and resources aligned with the California Content Standards both in the visual arts and across curricula, which we know is crucial for the successful art integration in the classroom, as well as the participation of teachers and students.


Jeanette Reynoso


Jeanette Reynoso, Educator is proud Sac State Grad, with a B.A. in Photography. She grew up in Mexico and moved to Sacramento 13 years ago. She has been in the photography field for 8 years and has exhibited her work in Mexican galleries and here in Sacramento. She also has 7 years of experience as an educator, teaching photography courses to adults and introducing and encouraging kids to art. She is driven by art and its history, and her purpose as an artist is to promote and enable members of her community to feel identified and represented in the artistic world.

Pierce Schaefer
Education Assistant

Pierce Schaefer, Education Assistant, graduated from UC Davis with a B.A. in art history in early 2020 and is currently working on a gallery management certificate program at ARC.


Commitment to DEAI

The Crocker Art Museum is committed to advancing diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion (DEAI). We recognize and endeavor to address the historical and complex circumstances of biases and inequities that have impacted society and the Crocker. Through art, we work together as staff, Board, and volunteers to build meaningful relationships with the community we serve, including our members and visitors.

To that end, the artists and stories represented in our collection, exhibitions, publications, and programming must reflect the diversity of the world we live in. We actively and intentionally make decisions and align our resources to provide equitable access to all. Our responsibility is to provide a space that allows for inclusivity and belonging, where everyone thrives and feels valued, respected, and able to bring their whole self. Through a transparent and actionable commitment, we hope to foster new perspectives and innovation that will continue to push the definition of excellence by which we measure ourselves. We support and empower all those around us to do the same.

We acknowledge that our actions require regular examination to cultivate a deeper awareness, appreciation, and understanding of the ever-evolving topic of DEAI.

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We rely on funding from many sources, including individual donors and corporate sponsors. In gratitude of your support, we offer a variety of benefits, including name and/or logo recognition, the opportunity to promote your business or organization to our stakeholders, program and activity discounts, complimentary Museum passes, and more.

Learn more about our current funding needs.

About the Crocker Art Museum

The Crocker Art Museum’s mission is to promote an awareness of and enthusiasm for human experience through art.

We measure our success by our ability to enrich the intellectual and cultural life of the communities we serve. We strive to create and sustain a culture of learning in which works of art are perceived both as objects of visual delight and as symbols of human thought.

In short, the Crocker brings people together and connects them in unexpected ways with art, ideas, each other, and the world around them.