RAFFMA educates, inspires and engages students and visitors by providing dynamic resources and services. Through docent-guided museum tours, art history lectures, exhibition-based workshops, and many family-oriented events, the museum strives to cultivate an appreciation for art and culture.

Tour of art exhibition


RAFFMA offers docent-guided tours for all ages, free of charge, by appointment only. Docent-guided tours are available for individuals and for groups.

Visit our Tours page for more information.

Request a free docent-guided tour.



RAFFM’s Art History Lecture Series invites speakers who are experts in their fields to deliver intellectually-stimulating and though-provoking lectures on a variety of art history topics. Lectures are free and open to the public. Parking $6. CSUSB art and art history students are encouraged to attend. Lectures are generally scheduled on the second Thursday of the month (January – May, September and October).

Visit our Events page for lecture dates and speakers.

Workshops and Events  Greek Vase Painting Workshop

RAFFMA offers a variey of workshops for children and adults. Some workshops are offered every year, like the Kids Discover Egypt workshop in July.  RAFFMA also organizes special one-time workshops and programming highlighting current exhibitions. Many of RAFFMA's workshops and events are family-friendly and most are free.

Visit our Workshops and Events page for a list of annual programming.

Visit our Events page for more information about special exhibition-based programming.


Community Engagement

RAFFMA visits schools, libraries, and other community organizations, to lead ancient Egyptian-themed and general art activites for studetns of all ages. RAFFMA offers these art activites free of charge. Contact the Visitor Services Coordinator to schedule a visit: (909) 537-3374 or


Workshop participant

Volunteer - Become a Docent

RAFFMA's educational programming would not be possible without the support of our volunteer educators, or docents. Our docents help make RAFFMA one of the Inland Empire's vital education sites for inspiring and maintaining public interest in the arts.

Visit our Docent page to find out more about becoming a museum docent.