Colleges & Universities
The IMA regularly hosts programs and tours for university and college faculty and staff. The goal of these programs is to better serve regional, national and international campuses, to foster connections with campus communities and to increase student and faculty engagement with the Museum. People from all majors and backgrounds are invited to explore the IMA's collections and exhibitions.
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The galleries and grounds of the IMA provide a wealth of opportunities for higher educational groups and educators to engage with art and nature. When visiting the IMA, college and university groups can choose from several docent-led tours, or self-guided tours. All tours need to be booked at least three weeks in advance using the online tour form at the bottom of this page.
The fee for scheduled guided or self-guided tours of Face to Face: The Neo-Impressionist Portrait is $3 per student, teacher, and chaperone.
Guided College & University Tours
The IMA offers a variety of group tours of the galleries, the gardens, Oldfields and the Art & Nature Park led by a trained guide. We also offer guided audio descriptions and touchable tours for blind-low vision visitors, as well as garden tours for people with limited mobility.
For a detailed description of all expert-led group tours, download the PDF below.
Self-Guided College & University Tours
Visitors interested in structuring their own exploration of the IMA can schedule a self-guided tour of the galleries, grounds and/or special exhibitions.