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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!

School Programs

Writer's Eye tour

Writer's Eye 2020

Now in its 34th year, Writer’s Eye is an annual literary competition that challenges writers of all ages to use visual art as inspiration for the creation of original poetry and prose. Each year we select several works of... Learn more

K-12 school tours

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.

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Teacher's pARTy

Join us for the annual Teachers’ pARTy! Enjoy the museum’s new fall exhibitions and a light supper catered by Hotcakes, with opportunities for docent tours and gallery talks by curators.

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Teacher Professional Development

The Fralin offers teacher professional development workshops on a range of topics from Learning Through Observation and Cross-Curricular Connections to workshops on ekphrastic poetry and prose. Participants earn 3.5 points per session, and are invited to stay for lunch. Contact our office for... Learn more

Greenbrier Global Artists is an after-school program at Greenbrier Elementary School for children who have immigrated to the United States from around the globe. ... Learn more

Each semester, in partnership with the Boys and Girls Club of Central Virginia. The Fralin offers the ten-week Early Visions program. UVA students and children from the Boys and Girls Club are paired in... Learn more

 

Temporary Museum Closure

In addition to COVID-19 restrictions, the museum will remain closed for pre-planned building maintenance including a new roof and HVAC system. We will reopen in the spring semester.