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While the museum is closed, we are getting creative with ways to bring the museum to you! Visit our Fralin from Home tab and check back often for new online programs, videos, activity booklets, and more!

Fralin from Home


Virtual Looking Inward: Mindfulness & Art

Saturdays, 11 am – 12 pm  |  August 22, September 26, October 24

Limited to 10 participants. Email to RSVP by 5 pm of the previous Friday.

Experience the restorative power of art—join docent June Heintz for a 60-minute exploration of art through a variety of mindfulness practices.


Curatorial Clips

Join Fralin curators and their Faculty colleagues in this new series of short talks exploring favorite works from The Fralin’s collection as well as areas of expertise and interest beyond the collection.

View the full playlist here.


Signs of Change

In partnership with the Charlottesville Office of Human Rights, the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center, and The Bridge Progressive Arts Initiative, The Fralin Museum of Art at UVA is mounting a city-wide campaign to educate residents about the history of slavery and African-American life in Charlottesville, as well as current realities for residents of color.

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Guided Activities

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Activity Booklet

Enjoy learning about The Fralin's permanent collection with coloring pages and puzzles. Click here to download and print from home.