Fleming Museum viewed from Colchester Avenue

The beautiful Fleming Museum of Art located on the campus of the University of Vermont.

Welcome to the University of Vermont's Fleming Museum of Art. Located in Burlington, the Fleming is Vermont's leading museum of art and world cultures.

Since its opening in 1931, the Fleming Museum of Art has brought world-class art and diverse visual culture to the people of northern New England. With a collection of 24,000 objects from cultures worldwide and several special exhibitions annually, the Museum attracts visitors of all ages from throughout the region. Tourists from around the world who visit Vermont for its natural beauty are delighted to find a thriving cultural scene unfolding between the Green Mountains and the shores of Lake Champlain.

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Janie Cohen has directed the Fleming Museum of Art since 2002, having served in curatorial positions prior to that. As a Picasso scholar, she has curated exhibitions and published on the artist in the U.S., Germany, Netherlands, and Spain. Cohen has served as President of the Board of the New England Museum Association and currently serves on its Board, as a site visitor for The Alliance of American Museums’ Accreditation Program and as a member of AAM’s nominating committee, and as a grant reviewer for the Institute of Museum and Library Services. She has and continues to serve on the boards of numerous arts and cultural organizations in her home state of Vermont.


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Curator of Education and Public Programs

Curator of Education and Public Programs Alice Boone


Alice Boone is the Curator of Education and Public Programs. She organizes learning opportunities and programming for K-12 students and teachers, college students and faculty, and community visitors of all ages. She received her PhD in English and Comparative Literature from Columbia University and taught college English and writing for several years at Haverford College, UCLA, and the University of Delaware before moving into the museum field, where she was most recently the Woman's Board Fellow at the Art Institute of Chicago. She curated the Candide at 250: Scandal and Success exhibition at the New York Public Library in 2009-10.

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Assistant Director

Assistant Director Chris Dissinger


Chris serves as the Fleming Museum’s assistant director overseeing outreach and visitor engagement. Prior to this, Chris was the Museum’s marketing and public relations manager for 13 years. In addition, Chris handles the graphic design, identity work, and photography for the Museum. Before joining the Museum, Chris was the publisher and editor of two daily newspapers headquartered in Los Alamos, New Mexico. He is currently the chair of the PechaKucha Night Burlington board and volunteers for a variety of non-profits near his home that he shares with his wife and daughter in Underhill, Vermont.

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Business Manager

Business Manager Stephanie Glock


Stephanie has been working at UVM for sixteen years, thirteen of them as the Fleming's Business Manager. Prior to working at the Fleming, she worked at both the UVM Foundation and then the Peoplesoft implementation of the University's HR and Financial systems as Deputy Project Manager. Before her career at UVM, she was an Operations Manager at Gateway computers. Stephanie enjoys all the outdoors has to offer, and spending time with her husband and three children.

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Guest Service Coordinator

Guest Service Coordinator Phil Morin


Phil Morin first worked at the Fleming Museum of Art over a decade ago as a student intern. During this time he helped conduct an inventory of the Museum’s collection and assisted with early development of the Museum’s database. When the opportunity arose to return to the Fleming in 2021, he sprang at the chance to rejoin the Museum's staff, first working in the Learning Studio before stepping into his current role as Guest Service Coordinator. In this position, Phil oversees the daily operations of the Museum, supervises our student staff, and works to ensure that all guests enjoy their time at the Fleming.

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Collections Assistant

Collections Assistant Emily Stoneking


Emily Stoneking graduated from the University of Vermont with a BA in history and German, focusing on  medieval history, German medieval literature, and museum studies. During her time at the university, she gained an internship at the Fleming Museum and after graduating, she was very pleased to have the opportunity to join the staff here. In her role as the Collections Assistant, Emily maintains environmental data records, keeps inventories of the collection up to date, photography of the collection for the database, and is currently working on reorganizing and rehousing the Fleming’s textile collection.

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Manager of Collections and Exhibitions

Manager of Collections and Exhibitions Margaret Tamulonis


Margaret was originally trained in historical archaeology and has been working at museums and historical societies since 1993. As Manager of Collections and Exhibitions she is responsible for the care and documentation of the museum collections as well as the logistics around exhibitions. She has also curated exhibitions on diverse topics such as the Fleming Museum's history, Sri Lankan masks, and drinking. She is a volunteer with the  Pride Center of Vermont, a curator of  the Vermont Queer Archives and a member of the board of the Heritage Winooski Mill Museum.

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Preparator Suzy Zaner


Suzy Zaner serves as the Preparator for the Fleming Museum. She is responsible for fabricating, installing, and maintaining exhibitions. Prior to starting at the Fleming in 2022, she worked at Shelburne Museum for 16 years. Originally from Maine, she received her BA in Mass Communication from The University of Maine and served in the United States Peace Corps in Uzbekistan. She enjoys travelling and volunteering her time with local organizations.

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The Board of Advisors for the Fleming Museum of Art consists of leaders in the arts, the humanities, education, and business appointed for the purpose of advising the Director of the Fleming Museum and the Provost and President of the University on all aspects of the Museum’s operations. The Board plays an active role in advancing the Museum’s programmatic goals and facilitating the growth of financial resources.

Current Fleming Museum Board of Advisors

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Museum Mission Statement

The Fleming Museum of Art serves as a gateway for active cultural exchange and critical thinking in our communities and an essential learning resource for the University of Vermont. Through the experience of our diverse collection, dynamic exhibition schedule, and innovative educational programming, people of all ages are inspired to discover the arts and cultures of the world.

Museum Strategic Plans

Fleming Museum of Art 2019-2022 Strategic Plan (PDF), adopted October 2019



The Fleming Reimagined: Dismantling Historical Oppression and Confronting Institutional Racism

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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