University Academic Programs Coordinator
The University Academic Programs Coordinator helps to connect faculty and students with the Museum's resources. To learn about how you can use the Museum to research, develop, and implement in-depth curriculum-based programs and initiatives, contact Rochelle Caruthers at email@example.com or 314.935.9433.
Bring your students for a docent- or educator-led tour of the special exhibitions or permanent collection. Tours can be tailored to the interests of a particular course and are designed to encourage discussion and cross-disciplinary connections.
Search the collection
Browse the online collection database to explore thousands of artworks in the Museum’s collection that are available as a resource for you and your students. Read in-depth scholarly essays about selected works in the collection in the Spotlight Series archive.
View works of art from the collection with your class or for research purposes in the Study Room. The Study Room provides the opportunity for close examination of works that are not currently on view in the galleries.
Each semester, faculty members work with Museum staff to organize a thematic exhibition of works from the collection in the Teaching Gallery to coordinate with a Washington University course.
Faculty curatorial opportunities
The College of Art Exhibitions Committee issues calls for proposals for exhibitions to be held in the Museum's Garen Gallery. Faculty from the Sam Fox School are eligible to submit proposals for an original exhibition; the committee will also consider proposals to host a traveling exhibition or a collaborative project working with an outside curator.
The Henry L. and Natalie E. Freund Visiting Resident program is a fellowship open to a practicing artist, architect, or designer currently unaffiliated with the School, nominated by a member of the Sam Fox School faculty.