Wright Museum staff are available to assist faculty with integrating museum objects and learning strategies into their course curriculum. Some of the resources that the Wright can provide include:
- Guided tours of galleries and collections storage areas.
- Assistance with identifying objects useful to a faculty member's teaching needs. This includes the creation of finding aids such as binders, CDs, and/or CONTENTdm web pages.
- Access to a small acquisition fund to purchase teaching tools for the Wright's hands-on education collection. Click here to download more information about acquiring objects for teaching and for reimbursement instructions.
- Supervision of student special projects in collections research, museum education, or exhibition development/curation.
Parker Faculty Curator: Biennially, the Wright Museum selects one faculty to become the Parker Faculty Curator.
2015 Parker Faculty Curator, Rachel Ellett. Proposal.
2013 Parker Faculty Curator, Francesca Abbate. Exhibit.
Access to Collections
Please contact James Pearson to make an appointment to view or access collections. Several rooms are available at the museum for classes to meet and view requested objects. To reserve objects from the collections, please fill out the online form here.
Above: CLS summer language students studying Chinese visit the Wright to view objects to supplement their study of Chinese religious traditions.