University Students & Faculty
As a part of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, the Weatherspoon plays a unique role in engaging learners across disciplines and research fields. Visual Literacy, or how we recognize and understand ideas conveyed through visible images, is at the core of our learning philosophy.
We invite discussion and collaboration with students and faculty through gallery classes, guided tours, or community engagement activities tailored to your curriculum objectives. Contact the Education department at firstname.lastname@example.org or 336-334-5770.
Foundations for Learning at UNCG
Foundations for Learning is a course designed to help first-year students make a successful transition to UNCG. The Weatherspoon offers an interactive tour for FFL classes aimed looking at art, discussing different points of view, and feeling comfortable within the museum. Schedule FFL visits by contacting Terri Dowell-Dennis at email@example.com.
Ways to get involved
Falk Visiting Artist Program
Each semester, a guest artist is invited by the Falk Visiting Artist committee to present a solo exhibition at the Weatherspoon and participate in a three-day residency comprised of graduate critiques and public talks. The program gives students at UNCG and members of the community an opportunity to meet and learn from artists who are active in the field. The program has been produced collaboratively with the Art Department since 1982. Past Falk Visiting Artists include Lynda Benglis, Dario Robleto, Julie Heffernan, and Dike Blair.
Faculty & Student Exhibitions
The UNCG Faculty Biennial features recent work by Department of Art studio art faculty in a group exhibition organized at the Weatherspoon Art Museum. Each Spring, graduate students in studio art present their thesis work in a group exhibition also at the Weatherspon.
- See more Faculty and Student work at:
- UNCG Department of Art
- Gatewood Studio Art Center Gallery
- Elliot Center Gallery
7th Sustainability Film Series • 2012-13
Since 2005, the Weatherspoon and the UNCG Sustainability Committee have come together to present a monthly film on current issues affecting the environment. This year's 7th Sustainability Film series kicks off on Thursday, September 6 and continues the first Thursday of each month through April 2013 (no screening January 3). The series features the latest documentary films along with post-screening discussions led by faculty and local experts. Film screenings begin at 6:30pm in the museum auditorium. Free.