SPECIAL ADVISORY: All Gallery teaching sessions and public programs have moved online for the fall. Learn More

Groups and Class Visits

The Gallery is working closely with Yale University leadership to safeguard against the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Following University guidelines, the Gallery is not hosting in-person guided or self-guided group tours.

School and Youth Groups

The Gallery is unable to host in-person class visits at this time but remains committed to working with school and youth groups. Many images are available for download through Search the Collection. We are also able to offer a limited number of digital sessions led by the museum’s Gallery Teachers, Yale graduate students trained as museum educators. Digital sessions focus on close looking at a select number of artworks using high-resolution images. Sessions are based on the educational goals of the teacher and may incorporate interactive activities. To inquire about possibilities for virtual class visits, or for a discussion of how art can animate educational goals, contact yuag.education@yale.edu. We require at least three weeks’ notice and can only accommodate a small number of requests.

College and University Course Visits

The Gallery is unable to host in-person class visits at this time but remains committed to university teaching. Many images are available for download through Search the Collection. In some cases, Gallery staff may be available to join virtual classes to share high-resolution images and answer questions. To inquire about possibilities for virtual class visits, or for a discussion of how art can animate pedagogical goals, contact yuag.acadaff@yale.edu.

Adult and Community Groups

The Gallery is unable to host in-person group visits at this time but remains committed to working with adult and community groups. Many of the Gallery’s past programs are available on our YouTube channel and upcoming online programs are listed on our web calendar. We are also able to offer a limited number of digital sessions led by the museum’s Gallery Teachers, Yale graduate students trained as museum educators. Digital sessions focus on close looking at a select number of artworks using high-resolution images. Sessions are based on the educational goals of the group and may incorporate interactive activities. To inquire about possibilities for virtual sessions, or for a discussion of how art can animate educational goals, contact yuag.education@yale.edu. We require at least three weeks’ notice and can only accommodate a small number of requests.

Yale Course Visits

The Gallery is unable to host in-person class visits at this time but remains committed to university teaching. Many images are available for download through Search the Collection. In some cases, Gallery staff may be available to join virtual classes to share high-resolution images and answer questions. To inquire about possibilities for virtual class visits, or for a discussion of how art can animate pedagogical goals, contact yuag.acadaff@yale.edu.