• 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

  • René Portocarrero (Cuban, 1912-1985), El Mirador, 1952 (detail). Watercolor, ink, and oil on paper. Gift of Pan-American Union 1956.32.1

  • 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

    A TEACHING MUSEUM

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

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  • The Asian Gallery at the Fleming Museum of Art

    GALLERY OF ASIAN ART

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

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  • A scholar talk at the University of Vermont' Fleming Museum of Art

    Fleming from Home

    Uncomfortable visiting the Museum? You can still get your art fix with this resource of newly created and archived videos of current and past exhibitions as well as some of our favorite programs.

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  • Detail from a Native American Chilkit Blanket

    Collections Search

    A new age of access to the Fleming Museum’s collections has arrived with the launch of our online collections search feature that enables you to browse and view over 20,000 objects from the Museum’s permanent collection.

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  • View of the Marble Court balcony featuring Abstracts: Opening Space for Imagination

Please Note:

The Fleming Museum will be closed during the University of Vermont's Winter Recess from Saturday, December 11th through Monday, January 24th. We reopen to the public on Tuesday, January 25th. Our most up-to-date hours and COVID-19 protocols are listed on our Visiting page.

 

The Fleming Reimagined: Confronting Institutional Racism and Historical Oppression

This fall at the Fleming Museum of Art, you will see changes that have taken  place  in  the  past  year  as  Fleming  staff  have  begun  to  reckon  with  the  Fleming’s  institutional  and  collections  history  in  a  process  we  call  The  Fleming  Reimagined.  We  make  our  work  visible  here,  as  we  confront  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. 

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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.

Read our Full Statement

 

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LEARNING STUDIO

Part-gallery, part-classroom, the Learning Studio is a place for the public to take part in intimate conversations about art and material culture from the Museum’s collection.

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ABSENCE

Staff and students reflect on the gaps on the walls where we have removed artwork or are deinstalling galleries whose subject matter or background is hurtful to members of our community.

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STORYTELLING SALON

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

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