UCL Art Museum research
We are closed to the public exceptionally until April 2015 for refurbishment works. UCL Art Museum was awarded a DCMS/Wolfson Museums and Galleries Improvement Fund grant, a major grant from the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), as well as other matching funds.
With this support, we will be able to improve our multi-functional space for teaching, research and
public engagement. At UCL Art
Museum, we have been experimenting with the transformation of the traditional
print room to a multi-use museum environment for some years. The award will
enable us to balance the competing demands of access and conservation while
providing a unique visitor experience and educational environment.
Booking is now open for our ongoing public programmes off-site: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/museums/uclart/whats-on
While we are closed, please send any request for information to firstname.lastname@example.org
UCL Art Museum contains many unique groups of material of international importance.
The collection of Flaxman plaster models and drawings is the largest group of work by this important sculptor in any collection. Equally, the Slade was the only English art school to systematically collect student work, and this collection provides a unique insight into developments in art education in Britain as well as containing individual works of considerable importance. In keeping with the importance of these collections scholars from the UK and abroad regularly visit the collection as part of their research. Works in the reserve collection are also available for viewing by the general public by appointment.
Ongoing research on the collection by the curators is presented through the temporary exhibition programme which provides a means of regularly showcasing groups of material in the collection and publishing more detailed information about the works.