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Contact: 434-243-2050
Education Program Coordinator
Jennifer Van Winkle
Tour Coordinator/Education Assistant
Dorothy Hambright
Docent Educator
Linda Levokove

STUDENT & FACULTY RESOURCES

Faculty Resources
Faculty may reserve the Museum’s Iron Gate Study Gallery for seminars and to make works available from the collection for research, class papers and exams. To reserve please contact Ana Marie Liddell, preparator, at 243-8875 or email Study Gallery Request.


Faculty may guest curate or suggest exhibitions in conjunction with courses. Contact curator of collections and exhibitions Andrea Douglas at 924-6322.
Download UVa Faculty Exhibition Proposal form.

Docent-led tours may be designed to meet the needs of any class or group. Contact Education Staff or call 243-2050.

Student Resources

Students interested in exploring Museum careers can become docents, interns, and fellows; many other volunteer and paid opportunities are available annually. Fourth-year students are eligible to become UIP interns at the Museum and receive academic credit for their part-time work. Graduate students are invited to apply for the McIntire-Luzak Graduate Fellowship. Students of all academic interests and years may also volunteer in many departments in the Museum.

The UVA student docents are an official University organization. Student docents give tours to UVA faculty and students, school students and community organizations. Monthiy docent education sesions are offered in the evening in the Museum's galleries. Students also organize the annual Early Visions mentoring program. To apply contact Education Staff or call 243-2050.

Writer’s Eye
Now celebrating its 20th year, the Writer’s Eye invites youth in grades 3–12, University students and adults to submit original prose and poetry compositions inspired by selected works on view in the Museum.

For 2006-2007, the major focus of the program was the special exhibition Complicit! Contemporary American Art & Mass Culture. Area teachers and writers judge all entries. High school and University/adult entries are judged by noted authors and poets. Winners are honored at an annual ceremony in the spring and winning entries are published in an anthology.

Docent-led tours and self-guided are tours available and must be scheduled in advance. 2007-2008 tours will be available for booking in summer of 2007.


Writer’s Eye Archives:
2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

Expose Yourself, Student Body Art Show
Join us for the third annual "Expose Yourself, Student Body Art Show"
in spring 2008.

The Museum invites faculty and student organizations to partner with us to create multidisciplinary and

multi-arts programs, enhance curricula through the visual arts, and create an exciting social and cultural center.