Education is an important part of the Museum’s mission, and a variety of education programs are offered throughout the year.
These 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.
The interactive workshops include: drumming, DJ’ing, music production, songwriting, guitar and more. 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.
The upcoming education programs are as follows:
- 18: A Conversation with Benjamin Wright
- 19: A Conversation & Performance with Mondo Cozmo
- 26: Finding Cleveland
- 8: A Conversation & Performance with Maggie Rose
- 15: A Conversation & Performance with Cedric Burnside on National Drumming Day
- 28: Music Production with Delta Music Institute’s Mobile Music Lab
- 12: Drumming with Josh Armstrong
- 19: Holiday Playlist Workshop
All education workshops are offered at 11 a.m. Space is limited for these workshops and programs must be booked in advance.
To learn more about our upcoming education programs and workshops please visit www.grammymuseumms.org/education/workshops.
The Museum also offers free curricula that incorporate exhibit themes into core subject areas such as the latest lessons that were created exclusively for the Museum’s current temporary exhibit, John Lee Hooker: King of the Boogie. Teachers are encouraged to use these materials in the classroom to enhance their Museum tour experience. Download them for free by visiting www.grammymuseumms.org/education/curriculum.
For questions about the upcoming workshops and programs or curricula, please email email@example.com or call 662-441-0100.