Learning and Study Centers
Three academic spaces embedded in our galleries provide students and general visitors up-close access to works from our collection that aren’t currently displayed in exhibitions.
The Jack & Lavon Brosseau Center for Learning is a flexible space for sharing art and ideas. It features short-term installations that are collaboratively curated with KU partners and community organizations to integrate works from our collection into teaching, learning, and research across the University. This space is open during gallery hours for all visitors.
The Stephen H. Goddard Study Center offers an intimate environment for scheduled visits from university classes or community organizations interested in exploring works of art that address a specific topic or curricular theme.
Anyone can visit the Study Center during Open Fridays—no appointment necessary! Drop in between 10AM–12PM and 1PM–4PM to request works on paper from our collection.
The Ingrid & J.K. Lee Study Center is a hybrid space for class and research visits, community programs, as well as temporary installations. It is situated among our fourth-floor galleries and designed for sharing our rich collection of larger and three-dimensional objects, specifically such as folding screens, hanging scrolls, and textiles. This space is open to all visitors during gallery hours when not in use for a class visit or program.