The Bowdoin College Museum of Art actively contributes to the curriculum in departments across campus. We invite faculty and students to explore the permanent collection in the Museum's galleries and in the Zuckert Seminar Room. We welcome proposals from faculty and students for exhibitions in the Becker Gallery, a faculty- and student-curated exhibition space that is specifically dedicated to the presentation of works on paper. We consider the Museum a laboratory for teaching, where students develop analytic and communication skills essential to many career paths. In the Museum, historical, cultural, and scientific fields of study are brought to life through a direct engagement with original art objects. These experiences foster dynamic inter-disciplinary dialogues that are essential to a Bowdoin education.
The Museum's liaison for curriculum development and academic
Sarah Montross, Andrew W. Mellon Post-doctoral Curatorial Fellow
To study art objects in the Zuckert Seminar Room contact:
Andrea Rosen, Curatorial Assistant
To work with the Museum's comprehensive electronic database contact:
Jennifer Edwards, Curator of Visual Resources, Department of Art