• Exhibition view of prints and paintings from the Affinities and Outliers exhibition Exhibition view of prints and paintings from the Affinities and Outliers exhibition

    Explore the Museum through a series of interactive Power Point presentations

While the Museum is in the process of reopening we invite you to explore a series of interactive Power Point presentations designed as self-directed resources for faculty and accessible to the campus community and general public. Selected topics include visual literacy, artist activism, social unrest, the intersection of art and literature, a behind the scenes look at the University Fine Arts Collections, and more.

These presentations pose questions to encourage further dialogue on relevant cultural, social, and political topics; sharpen observation skills using exhibition-based learning; provide in-depth look at an artist’s work; introduce the University Fine Art Collections as a source for research. They can be viewed below:

For information about how a Museum staff member can interface on-line with a class or group to facilitate use of the presentations, please contact Berly Brown, Education and Public Engagement Coordinator at [email protected].