Visual Art Experience
- Provides faculty with image-based, liberal arts support of key course themes and concepts.
- Uses works of art to build a visual vocabulary and focus on detail that can be applied across disciplines.
- Exposes students to the university's permanent collection and exhibitions that can continue to be a part of their Wright State experience outside of class.
By way of:
- Guided visits to the Robert & Elaine Stein Galleries
- Handouts/teaching aids for faculty
- Out-of-class teaching assignments using the Stein Galleries' collection and temporary exhibitions
To schedule a class visit or to find out how you can incorporate the Visual Art Experience into your curriculum, contact:
Department of Art & Art History
The Wright CANVAS (Creating A New Visual Art Student)
Hands-on art lessons based on works from our permanent collection, aimed to provide arts education and cultural experiences to the community's youth.
Children must be at least middle school-age (6th-12th).
Contact Department of Art & Art History for more information or lesson plan samples.
Free Guided Tours
Informative tours are available during weekday gallery hours to all groups who request them at least one week in advance.
Tours are arranged according to the needs and interests of the group when possible.
Children must be at least school-age (K-12th).