Make the University Museums a part of your learning experiences this year! An appreciation and understanding of art begins early, and children of all ages can enjoy and benefit from the Museums’ exhibitions and programs. University Museums educators and docents enthusiastically work with K-12 teachers to deliver fun and informative arts activities for their students at the Museums. These tours are free of charge, but please note that appointments are required for all school groups and that all visits need to be scheduled at least two weeks in advance.
The University Museums offers a variety of learning opportunities for students of all ages. With the Museums’ diverse collection and changing exhibitions, students can explore art and ideas from a range of cultures, time periods and perspectives.
K-12 educators, we encourage you to bring your students to the Museums for an engaging and educational tour experience. Students will visit art in our galleries or historic home and make connections to their lives and communities. Tours will encourage students to speak up, engage and be curious about what they see around them. Museum staff look forward to working with you and developing a class visit that is tailored to your learning goals.
For more information on field trips or booking your tour with the University Museums, contact the Interpretive Specialist.
Brooke Rogers, Interpretive Specialist