We invite students and faculty to co-create, invent, and collaborate with us on seminars and events relevant to course material that might coincide with works from our collection; or to co-design a speaker series for your course that include visiting artists, practitioners, writers, poets, filmmakers that bridge the links between curriculum and the content production that Agnes’s exhibition and programs offer.
In addition to self-guided tours, we offer custom in-gallery curatorial tours for groups of up to 30 students. Larger classes can be accommodated by subdividing the group across several shifts.
Groups of up to 20 students can access a selection of works of art from our superb collections—17,000+ works—for examination in the David McTavish Art Study Room. Such sessions are flexible, intimate and particularly enriching. The seminar-style room, complete with AV system, allows students to view the works closely, examine their material character and engage in discussion.
We can assist you in developing engaging assignments that draw upon exhibitions or collections.
Individual faculty or graduate students may book research sessions with works of art or with other on-site resources, including gallery records.