The Museum offers tours to groups of all ages, from pre-school and K-12 students to social clubs and senior centers. We offer a variety of tour types to meet the needs and interest of every group. Interactive docent-led tours engage visitors in dialogue about the works on view, and tours led by graduate students, staff, and curators can be planned provide more information and historical context. For more information, contact the tour coordinator >
Writer’s Eye Tours
2016 marked the 30th anniversary of the Writer's Eye program. Tours for 2017 will begin in August. Stay tuned!
Teachers are invited to schedule interactive docent-led tours of current exhibitions for K–12 students. Designed to increase visual literacy on an age-appropriate level, these tours can be customized to address classroom topics or specific interests.
Get a fresh perspective! University student organizations and community groups are encouraged to schedule group tours of the Museum exhibitions and collection. Our docents are happy to tailor their tour to the interests of your group.
University Course Visits
The Museum encourages University faculty to utilize our exhibitions and collection to enhance curricular goals in all subject areas.