Art is best experienced in person, but that option is not always possible.
Some virtual programs are recorded versions of in-person programs.
Virtual options expand accessibility and engagement to all!
Click here to check the calendar for upcoming virtual programs.
The latest virtual programs:
Harriet Bart Artist Talk with Sydney Marshall & David Schmitz
Recorded January 25, 2023; published April 25, 2023
Pohlman Fellow Program with Gracia Koele
April 16, 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
The Art of Collaboration and Community Building with Highpoint Center for Printmaking
October 6, 2022
Drake Hall Preservation Tour Part 1
September 25, 2022
Andy Paiko Chandelier Tour: Refraction Summary
September 11, 2022
Reflections on Preservation from a Queer Public Historian with Franklin Vagnone
April 14, 2022
Craft Feminism: Making as Resistance and Inquiry with Melissa Hilliard Potter
April 5, 2022
Gardens of the Arts and Crafts Movement with Judith B. Tankard
March 6, 2022
Fire & Glass: Livestreamed Glassblowing Demonstration and Discussion with the Gaffer's Guild at the Glassblowing Studio in the Student Innovation Center
March 3, 2022
Wrong Place, Wrong Time: A conversation about Art and Identity with Julie W Chang
February 17, 2022
Royal Craft: The History of the Roycroft Through the Lens of Six Artworks with Alan Nowicki
February 10, 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 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.
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