LUAG’s exhibitions program is a teaching tool, designed to introduce diverse topics in visual art and culture. Approximately twenty exhibitions per year are presented throughout several galleries on three campuses, and at partnering institutions. They provide opportunities to develop visual literacy to the broadest possible audience as part of the university learning experience.
Exhibitions are drawn from the Teaching Museum collection as well as from external sources. They are often developed in collaboration with other university departments and regional, national and international institutions, curators, and artists. All exhibitions have an academic connection. Some function in collaboration with university courses, providing a laboratory for experience and discussion across the disciplines. In addition, they provide opportunities for curatorial and design exercises for students engaged in the Museum and Curatorial Studies curriculum. The expanded program schedule is enriched by gallery talks, lectures and workshops.
These exhibitions are currently on view at LUAG.