May 1, 2018

Blog: PAMM Surpasses 1,000 Student Pass Holders

We are proud to announce that we have officially surpassed 1,000 PAMM Student Pass holders! This monumental program is all about access, giving all Miami-Dade County Public Schools students free admission to the museum. We would like to give a huge thanks to our community, Miami-Dade County Public Schools, and everyone who helped make this program possible.

“Education is at the core of what we do and we try to make that a part of every single thing that we do. We call ourselves a 21st century museum because we believe that 21st century museums are dynamic spaces and here to be a part of conversations that are important to our community. It begins with our thought-provoking exhibitions and arts education programs,” said Sirmans.

The PAMM Student Pass grants free admission to the museum for all Pre-K-12th students currently attending Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS). If you have not yet signed up, visit pamm.org/studentpass today.  Applications must be submitted in person at the museum during regular hours.

PAMM Student Pass is supported by Pérez Art Museum Miami. PAMM education initiatives are made possible by endowed funds granted by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and Heckscher Foundation for Children to underwrite the museum’s broad portfolio of education programs. Together with leadership support from Miami-Dade County, these funders enable the museum to transform the lives of young people in our community through our art education programs.