Visit UCL Art Museum
"A wonderful space, full of suprises. Friendly and personable which makes the experience all the more enjoyable" Art History student, Ireland
The UCL Art Museum is open to the public during our exhibition programme, Mon-Fri, 1pm-5pm, UCL term time. At other times we're closed to the public but available for research visit by appointment through Research Services.
- Summer exhibition, Re-Launch 27 April-12 June 2015, Mon-Fri, 1pm-5pm
- Autumn exhibition, Roderick Tye, 28 September-18 December 2015, Mon-Fri, 1pm-5pm
- Winter exhibition, TBC, 11 January-23 March 2016, Mon-Fri, 1pm-5pm
UCL Art Museum summer programme 2015
Our summer exhibition Re-Launch is now closed. We are still offering the opportunity for visits to the exhibition by appointment in July so if you'd like to come and visit email email@example.com or Tel. 02076792540.
We will also be hosting a number of Pop-Up displays in July on the following dates:
- Friday 3 July, 1pm-5pm, Pop-Up display: Old Masters collection
- Wednesday 8 July, 1pm-5pm, Pop-Up display: Flaxman collection
- Wednesday 22 July, 1pm-5pm, Pop-Up display: Slade artists' collection
The Pop-Up displays are FREE and drop-in. All welcome. To find out more go to our What's On pages.
UCL Art Museum is open for pre-arranged research appointments throughout the year. For more information about booking an appointment please go to our Research Services page or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel. 02076792540.
Groups of more than ten should make a prior appointment.
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The Flaxman Gallery showcases John Flaxman's plaster models in a unique architectural setting in the Main Library. The Gallery is free and open to all - for visiting information please see the Library's pages.
Refurbishment of the Art Museum
UCL Art Museum has recently undergone a period of refurbishment works. With the support of a DCMS/Wolfson Museums and Galleries Improvement Fund grant, we were 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 has enabled us to balance the competing demands of access and conservation while providing a unique visitor experience and educational environment. As part of the works, we improved our lighting and developed innovative display strategies allowing for greater access to our collection of prize-winning artworks from the Slade School of Fine Art, as well as our unique collection of plaster models by acclaimed neo-classical artist John Flaxman.