UMFA programs and tours spark curiosity and creativity for visitors of all ages. Whether you are a U of U student or faculty, family looking for hands-on art making or classes for children and adults, an adult interested in lectures or films, a K–12 educator, you will find programs at the UMFA to deepen your connection to great art. Join us today and dive into a world of art and adventure!
education and engagement
Jorge Rojas | Director of Education and Engagement | 801.585.7190
Virginia Catherall | Curator of Education | Family Programs, Visitor Experience and Community Outreach | 801.585.7163
Annie Burbidge Ream | Curator of Education | School Programs and Statewide Outreach | 801.585.5168
Iris Moulton | Campus Engagement Coordinator | 801.581.4405
Kelly Baisley | Museum in the Classroom and pARTners Coordinator | 801.585.0014
Laura Decker | Educator Programs Coordinator | 801.581.8336
Ashley Farmer | Volunteer and Tour Programs Coordinator | 801.585.7214
Christina Jones | Tour Coordinator | 801.581.3580
This fall, Creativity in Focus film screenings and ARTLandish programs return to the Katherine W. and Ezekiel R. Dumke Jr. Auditorium, while the rest of the Marcia and John Price Museum Building remains temporarily closed for remodeling. Monthly Third Saturdays for Families art making continues at the Beverley Taylor Sorenson Arts & Education Complex, located just steps away from the UMFA.
The Museum Cafe is now open and The Museum Store's annual Holiday Market returns to the UMFA Saturday, December 3. UMFA galleries will reopen to the public August 26, 2017.
U of U Students & Faculty
K-12 Teachers & Schools