While we encourage viewing art in person, we understand that an in-person museum visit is not always possible. To expand and encourage access and engagement for all, University Museums offers many ways to connect and explore the collection digitally.
Blog: Read what our talented staff, students and volunteers have to say about exhibitions, projects, history and works of art.
Virtual Programs: In addition to in-person programs, the University Museums also offers a robust schedule of virtual programs that delve deeper into the collection, exhibitions, and history of University Museums.
Art on Campus Fact Sheets: Curious about the unique works of art on campus? Learn more about the works of art, the artist and how they came to Iowa State.
Art on Campus Interactive Digital Map: Take 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.
Family Fun: Download and print the No Food No Drinks coloring book; try to solve digital puzzles using Art on Campus; and find a Zoom background for your next conference call.