While our doors remain closed during this time of social distancing, Intuit will be bringing the museum to your home through our new Get Intuit blog. We’ll regularly update this space with information on outsider art, behind the scenes features and ways to keep your creativity flowing while you’re cooped up at home.
Our website offers many opportunities to engage with Intuit, as well as learning resources created by teachers and scholars. Watch this space as we expand our offerings.
You can participate in outsider art activities from home! Visit the Education tab on Intuit’s website to find instructions for mixing your own paint pots in the Henry Darger Resource Kit, panel discussion videos from the Art Against the Flow Summit and more lessons from the Teacher Fellowship Program’s Curriculum.
Flip through hundreds of pages of outsider art scholarship via Intuit’s Publications web page. These catalogs provide information about past Intuit exhibitions, outsider art technique and artist biographies. Read essays from the genre’s scholars and curators, too.
Experience self-taught art of all mediums in Intuit’s online collection gallery. While only a portion of the museum’s 1,200-piece holdings are available for viewing online, you can see artworks by some of the world’s most well-known outsider and self-taught artists.