• UNPACKED: Refugee Baggage

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    Mohamad Hafez, Badr Family, 2017. Mixed media, Dimensions variable. Credit nelsonimaging.com

  • DARK GODDESS: An Exploration of the Sacred Feminine

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    Shanta Lee Gander, OBEAH’D (I), 2021. Archival pigment print, 26 11/16 x 40 in. (67.7 x 101.6 cm). Courtesy of the artist.

  • William Villalongo (American, b. 1975) Embodied, 2018 (detail). Laser cut felt with archival pigment print. Museum purchase, Way Fund, 2020.7. Published by Graphicstudio, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL. Photo: Will Lytch

  • Since the summer of 2020, the staff at the Fleming Museum have been reckoning with how to become an anti-racist museum that’s more responsive, relevant, and inclusive.

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    The Museum's venerable Wilbur Room has been transformed into an exciting new gallery space.

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PLEASE NOTE: The Fleming Museum of Art will close for the University of Vermont's summer recess on Saturday, May 7. We will reopen for the Fall 2022 Semester on Tuesday, September 13. Up to date hours are listed on our Visiting page.


Spring 2022 Exhibitions


This spring at the Fleming Museum of Art we are excited to present two new provocative exhibitions, UNPACKED: Refugee Baggage and Dark Goddess: An Exploration of the Sacred Feminine. In addition, we continue our work with The Fleming Reimagined from the previous year with a newly reinstalled Storytelling Salon and an all new space for our popular Learning Studio. As we reckon with the Fleming’s institutional and collections history, we make our work visible, confronting the problematic histories behind the collections and galleries and, with your input, rethink what we collect, how we display it, and the words that accompany it. 

The Fleming Reimagined: Confronting Institutional Racism and Historical Oppression

The staff at the Fleming Museum have been reckoning with how to become an anti-racist museum that’s more responsive, relevant, and inclusive. We want to know what you think about our ongoing conversations about our values and priorities.

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UNPACKED: Refugee Baggage

Artist Mohamed Hafez and storyteller Ahmed Badr create a layered multimedia installation embedded with the voices and stories of refugees.


Dark Goddess: An Exploration of the Sacred Feminine

Artist Shanta Lee Gander's photoseries is a mix of ethnography, cultural anthropology, and an exploration of the sacred feminine 



A conversation space intended for gathering ideas about what new kinds of stories can be told in the Museum.