Faculty and Staff Learning Resources
The GVSU art gallery presents events, activities, and resources related to exhibitions, art on public view, and the permanent collection each semester to support faculty and engage students and community members. We also collaborate with departments and individual faculty to develop additional opportunities. And we host tours and visit classes throughout the year. Art Gallery User Experience and Learning Manager, Amanda Rainey, is available to support and collaborate with faculty and staff across the University. Each semester we create learning resources and experiential opportunities related to exhibitions and the collection.
A list of exhibition-related books, articles, and other media available from the GVSU Libraries in a variety of formats including print and digital.
Art Collection Resources
Browse by Medium
The collection includes a wide range of mediums. We've highlighted artwork in the collection from four major categories: photography, works on paper, sculpture, and paintings. These categories are then broken down even further by both the the raw materials with which the artwork was made and the history of the art form.
Lessons and Activities
A series of lesson plans and hands-on activities created for K-12 students inspired by artwork in the collection. The topic of lessons range from 19th century French prints to paintings created by local artists.
Classroom Visits and Collaborations
Each semester we create learning resources and experiential opportunities related to exhibitions and the collection; view past collaborations. Art Gallery User Experience and Learning Manager, Amanda Rainey, is available to support and collaborate with faculty and staff across the University.
GVSU Art Gallery staff bring original works of art to the classroom.
GVSU Art Gallery staff visit classrooms with original works of art, host groups of students in our art storage facility, provide customized tours of exhibitions, and collaborate on a variety of visual art and learning initiatives. Use this form to start a conversation about a visit, tour, or collaboration, an Art Gallery staff person will follow-up to make arrangements or continue the dialogue.
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For questions or collaboration inquiries contact UX/Learning Manager,
Amanda Rainey, email@example.com.