• Joseph Albers - Formulation: Articulation

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    Josef Albers (German-American, 1888-1976), Formulation: Articulation I, I:27, 1972 (Detail). Screen print. Sheet: 15 x 40 in. (38.1 x 101.6 cm)  © 2022 The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

  • Art / Text / Context

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    Guerrilla Girls (American, active since 1985), Do women have to be naked to get into the Met. Museum?, 1989. Poster, color offset lithograph on illustration board. Gift of Ann Porter  1990.4. © Guerrilla Girls

  • 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.

  • Collections Spotlight

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    Robert Indiana (American, 1928–2018), Lilac, Zinnia, Lily, and Rose from A Garden of Love, 1982. Screen print, edition: 9/100, 5 of set of 6. Gift of Robert Suslow  1983.33.5A–D and F

  • 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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  • UVM class visits the Fleming Museum of Art


    The Fleming is proud of its long history as a critical teaching resource for faculty at the University of Vermont.

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Please note: Due to the frigid temperatures forecasted, the Fleming Museum of Art will be closed on Saturday, February 4. We will reopen with our regular hours on Tuesday, February 7.



Wednesday, February 8th at 5:30PM

All are welcome and encouraged to join the Fleming’s director, Sonja Lunde, along with members of the Museum’s staff and advisory board, for a festive evening as we celebrate the opening of our spring 2023 exhibitions and installations. The event is FREE and open to all. Light hors d’oeuvres will be served, with cash only bar available. Plenty of parking will be available in the UVM Votey Lot on the west side of the Museum starting at 5:00PM.


Spring 2023 Exhibitions


This spring at the Fleming Museum of Art we are excited to present three special exhibitions, Josef Albers - Formulation: ArticulationArt/Text/Context: From Artistic Practice to Meaning Making, and Dark Goddess: An Exploration of the Sacred Feminine. In addition, we are pleased to announce a new installation in the Museum's Collections Gallery. We continue our work with The Fleming Reimagined and as we reckon with the Fleming’s institutional and collections history, we strive to 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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Josef Albers - Formulation: Articulation

The exhibition Formulation: Articulation is an opportunity to look at every color differently—through the lens of Josef Albers' teaching exercises that show how our perceptions of colors are affected by the environments in which they are viewed. 


Art / Text / Context

Bringing together art objects that prominently feature words, images, symbols, and gestural or abstract marks, Art/Text/Context: From Artistic Practice to Meaning Making considers the power of artworks to prompt critical reflection and, in some cases, also to spur social action.


Collections Spotlight

We are currently re-envisioning the Collections Gallery (formerly the European/American Gallery). This ongoing reinstallation project expands possibilities for connecting with the collection in new and exciting ways.