Educational Programs and Services
About the University Art Galleries/George Segal Gallery
The University Art Galleries' Educational programs include symposia, lectures and discussions with featured artists, hands-on workshops for children and adults, Saturday art classes, and school and community group tours which compliment the exhibitions.
Examples of Past Symposia include:
- Alexander Calder Wall Hangings with keynote speaker Ruth Wolfe, former editor of Art in America;
- Contemporary Printmaking at the Crossroads with keynote speaker Andre Rebouli, Director of Pace Edition; and
- Italian Photography after Neo-Realism with keynote speaker Dr. Anotonella Pelizzari, Professor of Photography at Hunter College.
Examples Past Educational Workshops include:
- Alexander Calder and Animal Mobiles; Alexander Calder Cultural/Historical Weaving Workshop - Textiles and Tradition
- Indian Miniature Painting Workshop presented by Siona Benjamin; and
- Childrens Book Reading: Goodnight Moon and The Raven.
Additional Past Programs include:
- Public Telescope Night Viewing and Lecture by Dr. Mary Lou West;
- Roundtable Discussion with artists Ben Jones and Mansa Mussa; and
- Trace Your Genealogy with Teresa Rodriguez.
For information regarding current Educational Programming opportunities, go to: Educational Programs.
College of the Arts undergraduate and graduate students interested in museum/gallery careers are encouraged to inquire about year-round internships in The George Segal Gallery in collaboration with the school’s Museum Management program. Interested students should contact the Department of Art and Design main office at 973-655-7295.