Yale faculty and teaching fellows can incorporate sessions at the Gallery into their courses. Curators are available to advise you on selecting objects and teaching with the collection. To register your Yale course, submit the registration form at least three weeks prior to your requested visit.
Multiple object-study classrooms (OSCs) are available by reservation for use by Yale courses. Each classroom is equipped with a computer, wireless Internet access, a projector, and a screen. To discuss how the Gallery’s collection can support and enhance your teaching, contact the Education Department at least two months prior to your desired session date.
Plan Your Visit
In addition to working with many courses in the Department of the History of Art and the School of Art, the Gallery is committed to forging relationships with a wide range of departments and programs across the Yale community. Recent collaborations include sessions with courses from the Directed Studies program; the departments of African American Studies, French, Physics, and Sociology; the Law School; the School of Management; the School of the Environment; and the Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics. Curators work with faculty to select objects, and they can consult on crafting assignments using the collection as well as provide specialized pedagogical training for your teaching fellows. To learn more about teaching with the collection, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Before your visit, use the online collection search to find out what works are on view or available by appointment.