• Students study works on view in the Asian Gallery.

  • Students study and draft from Museum collection objects in the Marble Court

  • Faculty and students are able to access parts of the collection not currently on view

  • Students may apply to be an intern and work behind the scenes researching objects


Participate in Active Learning and Research

The Fleming Museum is a learning space for everyone. Ongoing faculty and student research illuminates the Museum’s collections through critical and creative perspectives.

The Museum is a site of creative inspiration, as students use artwork, architecture, and objects in the collection in sketching, dance, theater, poetry, and sculpture.

The Museum is also a site of critique. Faculty and students have explored intersections between their academic field’s critical questions and the Fleming’s own reckonings with its institutional history and future. In these classes with environmental studies, psychiatry, art history, classics, religion, and anthropology, students have found rich ways to share their feedback and ideas for change with Museum staff.

The Museum’s Learning Studio has hosted more than a hundred different classes who have looked at objects and artworks that have been taken down from storage and put on racks and tables for close observation and stimulating conversation.

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