Programs Advisory Committee

The Gallery’s new Programs Advisory Committee offers Yale students the chance to inform the content and focus of Gallery programs—from lectures and talks to performances and film screenings. Working closely with the Programs Department, the committee considers the Gallery’s University and local communities and how those audiences engage with the collection.

About the Program

The Programs Advisory Committee is an opportunity for students to inform the content and focus of Gallery programs. Considering accessibility and relevance, the committee advises on the development, implementation, and documentation of Gallery programs. As ambassadors for the museum across the campus and the community, the committee works together to define and build audiences, engage the collection in thoughtful ways, and connect to the broader intellectual resources of the University and community.

Program Requirements

Applicants must have a strong interest in art, museums, audience, and engagement and regularly attend programs at the museum, at the University, and in the community. Participants in the committee will be invited to meet once or twice a semester. The committee takes occasional field trips to area art institutions.


Applications for the Programs Advisory Committee are accepted on a rolling basis. Applications should include the following:

  • Name
  • Major
  • College and Class
  • Phone
  • Email
  • Hometown
  • Why are you interested in joining the Gallery’s Programs Advisory Committee?

Please submit your application, with the subject line “Programs Advisory Committee Application,” to You will be contacted after your application has been reviewed.

For more information, please contact Molleen Theodore at

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