The Fine Arts Gallery regularly hosts class visits to its exhibitions or to its art study lab to view selections from the permanent collection not currently exhibited. The Gallery also programs rotating vitrine displays in Cohen Memorial Hall with faculty-requested works on view. Book a class visit here, or contact the administrative office (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions, requests, or more information about how to incorporate the Gallery’s collections into your courses.
The Fine Arts Gallery is open to partnering with faculty on a course-related or student-curated exhibition. This partnership allows students an opportunity for in-depth study and research centered on art objects and exposure to the curatorial practice of creating an exhibition, as well as other areas of gallery work including installation and promotion. Recent exhibitions include Pressed for Time: Five Centuries of Prints from the Jack May Collection and Refuting "Noble Savages": Reflections of Nature in Ancient Mesoamerican Artifacts .
Please note that all visitors are requested to leave bags and backpacks at the front desk. Only pencils are allowed for use in the Gallery and Art Study Lab and are available by asking a member of staff. No food or drinks are permitted in these areas.
To book a class visit, fill out our form here.