Educational Programs at the Art Museum
Bring learning to life at the Art Museum
The Art Museum offers a broad range of educational programs for visitors of all ages.
How Can I Use the Art Museum?
A resource for the community, the Art Museum can be used in a multitude of ways. Students and instructors from all disciplines — history, art history, nursing, psychology, mathematics, education and beyond — can benefit from incorporating the Art Museum into the classroom and activities.
All faculty from University of Saint Joseph, the Hartford Consortium for Higher Education, and other institutions of higher learning are welcome to use the resources of the Art Museum. We also welcome visits from preK-12 classes. We are eager to help you find appropriate and effective ways to integrate the Art Museum’s collections and exhibitions in your teaching. If you have a special request that does not fall into any of the categories described below, or if you are unfamiliar with the Art Museum and would like suggestions, please call or email us. We will do our best to meet your request or suggest alternative strategies.
We encourage you to bring your classes, to make assignments involving works of art from the collection, and to suggest other ways we can work together to help students make the most of what the Art Museum has to offer.
- Self-Guided Visits
- Tour-Guided Visits
- Class Visits to the Turco Print Study Room
- Class Visits to Copy Works of Art
- Assignments Using the Collection