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Art is best experienced in person, but that option is not always possible. 
Virtual options expand accessibility and engagement to all!

Some virtual programs are recorded versions of in-person programs.

Click here to check the calendar for upcoming virtual programs.

The latest virtual programs:

Public Art as a Process: Virtual Panel Discussion
with Sydney Marshall, Dan Perry, and Reinaldo Correa

November 16, 2023


Artist Lecture | April Surgent: Exploring Climate Change in Glass

Recorded October 12, 2024. Premiered online November 22, 2024.


Epergnes and Other Things: Elements of the Victorian Dinner Table
with Robert B. Dimmick, Etiquetteer

Recorded September 26, 2024. Premiered online November 20, 2024


Why Do Manners Matter? The Emily Post Institute on Business Etiquette
with Daniel Post Senning

Available to watch November 7, 2023 through March 2024


Pohlman Fellow Program
with Gracia Koele, Allison Sheridan, and Jason Kogan

Premiered November 2, 2023


Which Fork Do I Use? The Emily Post Institute on Children's Etiquette
with Daniel Post Senning

Available to watch October 5, 2023 through March 2024


Artist Talk | Ivan Depeña and Breaking Barriers

Recorded September 21, 2023


Harriet Bart Artist Talk with Sydney Marshall & David Schmitz

Recorded January 25, 2023; published April 25, 2023


Joyce J. Scott Artist Lecture

January 31, 2023


Artist Interview with Harriet Bart

January 25, 2023


Drake Hall Preservation Tour Part 2

October 9, 2022


Drake Hall Preservation Tour Part 1

September 25, 2022


Andy Paiko Chandelier Tour: Refraction Summary

September 11, 2022

Other Virtual Offerings

Written by staff, students, and volunteers.

Past Virtual Programs 
Some recorded in-person and virtual events, some created to be viewed virtually.

Art on Campus Fact Sheets

Art on Campus Interactive Digital Map
A virtual walk through campus and look at a selection of highlights from the Art on Campus Collection as well as an organizational history and links to additional resources.

Collections Database 
The entire permanent collection of 30,000+ objects is searchable online through the eMuseum database.

No Food No Drinks coloring book

Zoom Backgrounds of the Art on Campus

Digital Puzzle

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