ÌÇÐÄvlog¹ÙÍøâ€™s museums and galleries support interdisciplinary teaching and learning, and serve as a resource for the community, including K-12 education.
ÌÇÐÄvlog¹ÙÍøâ€™s museums and galleries offer the campus and the community with rich teaching and learning resources in fine arts, geology and anthropology. Exhibitions rotate regularly throughout the year, including curated shows chosen by ÌÇÐÄvlog¹ÙÍøâ€™s art faculty.
ÌÇÐÄvlog¹ÙÍøâ€™s museum facilities welcome local student groups from pre-K through high school, as well as adult learners, with educational programs offered in partnership with local schools and community organizations.
The Clifford Gallery is a teaching gallery located inÌý101 Little Hall that sponsors exhibitions selected by ÌÇÐÄvlog¹ÙÍø art faculty. The curated pieces include examples of work executed in a variety of media that demonstrate issues originating in the academic curriculum.
- Monday - Friday: 10:30 a.m.â€“4:30 p.m.
- Saturdayâ€“Sunday: 1â€“5 p.m.
Longyear Museum of Anthropology
The Longyearâ€™s collections of archaeological and ethnological cultural heritage materials from Africa, Oceania, Europe, and the Americas actively support the curriculum through object-based teaching and student-curated exhibitions.
ÌÇÐÄvlog¹ÙÍø faculty are invited to contact the museum to arrange class visits outside of these hours.
Linsley Geology Museum
The Robert M. Linsley Geology Museum exhibits minerals, rocks, and fossils, highlighting the beauty and wonder of these objects while also informing visitors about how geologists study the Earth.
- Mondayâ€“Friday: 9:30 a.m.â€“4:30 p.m.
- Summer Hours: 10:00 a.m.â€“4:00 p.m.Ìý
Picker Art Gallery
The Picker is a teaching and collecting museum that engages local and global communities through innovative exhibitions, interdisciplinary research, dynamic outreach, and meaningful experiences with art across cultures, time, and media.
ÌÇÐÄvlog¹ÙÍø faculty are invited toÌýcontact the museumÌýto arrange class visits outside of these hours.