Visit UCL Art Museum
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com or Tel. 02076792540.
Groups of more than ten should make a prior appointment.
For more details, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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.