EDUCATional programs

@ Richard F. Brush Art Gallery


In conjunction with rotating exhibitions, collection-related projects, and University courses, the gallery presents slide lectures, panel discussions, demonstrations and workshops, films, and videos during the academic year. All programs are free and open to the public. Guest artists, curators, and lecturers are usually available for course-related visits and can travel off-campus; contact Catherine Tedford, gallery director, in advance.

The Richard F. Brush Art Gallery welcomes individuals and groups for guided tours of exhibitions and to view works of art from the permanent collection in order to provide learning opportunities and museum experiences for students of all ages. Gallery staff and trained student employees can create individualized tours to meet your needs, as formal or informal as you require.

Exhibitions and works of art can illuminate topics in a broad variety of courses in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. Our primary goal is to integrate the gallery’s activities and events into the University’s liberal arts curriculum while also working in partnership with regional public and private schools. Community groups are also encouraged to visit and arrange educational tours. We are always seeking creative ways in which to utilize the resources of the gallery. Contact Catherine Tedford, director, to discuss your ideas.


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