University of Richmond Museums

The University of Richmond Museums serve the university’s students and community, the greater Richmond area, and statewide, national, and international audiences. The University Museums provides the opportunity for the appreciation, knowledge, and scholarship of art, cultural history, and science through the collections, exhibitions (on-campus and traveling), and scholarly publications. Academic and public programs include special courses, lectures, gallery talks, artists’ residencies, workshops, concerts, symposia, and other events. The collections of the three museums include approximately 100,000 objects, ranging from gemstones and shells, to decorative arts and artifacts from many cultures, to prints from the Renaissance to the present, to contemporary paintings and sculpture. The University Museums’ activities complement and support the educational mission of the University of Richmond by being integrated with the University’s academic and curricular programs and utilizing student, faculty, and staff involvement. Internships, fellowships, and work/study positions for students enhance the museum’s offerings.

Place Categories: Art MuseumPlace Tags: paintings, Photography, printmaking and sculptures

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