Programs for adults provide stimulating ideas to enhance your understanding and enjoyment of works of art in our collections and exhibitions. Whether you prefer interactive conversations in front of a single work of art, lectures and symposia exploring art and ideas, or lively and creative performances related to our collections, you will find a program of interest at the Gallery.
Programs for Adults
Gallery Talks, Tours, and More
Talks and tours are a great way to learn by looking at original works of art. The Gallery offers a variety of talks and tours on a wide range of artists, cultures, and time periods to suit your interests. Lectures, panel discussions, artist talks, master classes, and other events provide thought-provoking perspectives on art in the Gallery’s collections and exhibitions.
Resources for Adults
Guided and Self-Guided Tours for Adult Groups
Groups of adults can explore the Gallery’s collections and exhibitions on guided tours led by our teaching staff or on self-guided tours on their own. Whether you want an overview of the collection and the museum’s architecture, a closer look at collection highlights, or a thematic exploration of a specific topic, the Gallery offers a range of ways to engage with art.
Nolen Center Library
The Nolen Center Library is the heart of the Gallery’s new Nolen Center for Art and Education. The library houses a focused collection of books, exhibition catalogues, articles, documents, and databases related to the highlights of our museum, and it is open to all visitors.
The Gallery welcomes all visitors and is committed to making its collection, buildings, programs, and services accessible to all audiences.