The Museum can support CU classes in a variety of ways. Here are a few examples:

  • Art students have sketched objects on display in the five galleries
  • Faculty have selected specific exhibits or guided tours to serve as springboards for class discussion
  • Technology, Arts and Media students have completed capstone projects ranging from visitor research to exhibit development
  • Writing and Rhetoric students have taken on class projects that solve challenges facing the Museum

Because we are open to the public, it helps to contact us in advance so we can coordinate scheduling for use of the galleries or guided tours by students. In addition, exhibits change from time to time so it is a good idea to confirm that the exhibit you are interested in will be available throughout the semester.

We are open to other ideas of how the Museum can support academic achievement, as well. Send inquiries to and your email will be directed to the appropriate member of the staff.