Teaching with the Collections

Teaching with the Collections

The Museums at W&L seeks to facilitate the cross-disciplinary use of the museums’ collections by creating partnerships that enhance the curriculum. Staff members are happy to arrange handling sessions, lectures, and/or a tour for visiting classes.

Enhancing the Curriculum

The Museums at W&L can host visiting classes at the Reeves Museum of Ceramics, Watson Galleries and the University Chapel & Galleries. Art, art history, gender studies, history, politics, dance, writing chemistry, and accounting classes have integrated collections into their curriculum.

Visiting Classes

Visiting classes can be held in the University Chapel & Galleries, the Reeves Museum of Ceramics, and Watson Galleries. Handling sessions, lectures, and/or tours can be arranged for classes. To set up a visit, please complete our inquiry form.

Cassie Ivey

Museum Program Coordinator

Our Mission

The Museums at W&L advance learning through direct engagement with collections, stimulate appreciation of global cultures, and inspire leadership in the arts and sciences.