U of U Faculty
The UMFA is a great starting point for integrating visual art into your courses or illuminating your own research. Please download our 2019-2020 Faculty Resources Packet here for information about upcoming exhibitions, programs, and other opportunities for you and your students.
Group Tours and Visits
Click here for tour details—guided, self-guided, and sketching—for groups (10–60 visitors).
Schedule a Collections Visit
We welcome scheduled visits for students, teachers, and researchers to view objects in the permanent collection for educational and research purposes. Submit your request at least three weeks in advance; four weeks' notice is required for groups of 10 or more. Visits are currently limited to 15 people to view a maximum of 5 objects.
Click here to submit the Collections Visit Request form; you will be contacted by the collections manager to schedule your visit.
The UMFA is your destination for a wide variety of campus- and community-focused programs including the chamber music series, Writing in the Galleries, ACME Sessions, Creativity in Focus film screenings, and Art + Wellness. Click here to view the event calendar.
The entire permanent collection is at your fingertips. In addition to browsing the collection, you can log in and create your own slide shows of objects for personal research or the classroom. Prepare for Museum visits by searching for objects tagged "on exhibition," or encourage your students to find gems from the collection not on view. Click here to browse the collection.
The UMFA education collection includes more than 2,000 authentic art objects from around the world representing creativity from diverse cultures and time periods. Objects from this special collection can be loaned to educators for up to 2 weeks. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 801.585.5168 to reserve your classroom object loan.
The UMFA offers reproduction images of objects from the permanent collection for research, publication, and personal use. Fees may apply for image use in publications.
The Museum is committed to protecting the copyright of artworks which may be held by individuals and entities other than the UMFA. You are responsible for obtaining reproduction permission from the copyright holder if the object is copyright protected. Click here to review the UMFA reproductions and copyright policy.
Private Event Rentals
University of Utah departments receive reduced rates for event rental at the UMFA. Contact email@example.com or call 801.581.5643 for details.
Educators may receive discounted memberships. To learn more about the perks of becoming a member, please visit our membership page or call 801.585.0464 for more information.
Contact our campus engagement coordinator or call 801.581.4405 for more information about collaborating with the UMFA, utilizing the collection in your curriculum, and student internships and engagement.