Get Involved

Students can explore the Museum as learners, teachers, advocates, members, and more

Posted by Kimberly Singer August 31, 2011

The Kemper Art Museum provides a number of opportunities for Washington University students to explore the role of art in contemporary society and university life.

VISIT TODAY! The Kemper Art Museum is always free for students and the public, and it’s a short walk from student residential areas. View the Calendar to see upcoming gallery talks, tours, concerts, film screenings and more.

Become a Docent through the Teaching in the Galleries program. Participants earn academic credit while learning about the exhibitions and providing engaging tours to visiting K-12 school groups and adult audiences. more details

Join the Student Advisory Committee. This group gives students a voice in planning events for their peers; members seek to raise awareness of the resources and programs available to students while gaining museum experience. more details

Current Washington University students can become a member of the Museum for FREE and take advantage of invitations to members-only events and exclusive exhibition previews! more details

Follow the Museum on Facebook and Twitter, or sign-up for our eNews, to be the first to find out about news, events, and more.

If you would like more information or have ideas about how students can be more involved, contact Stephanie Ruse, School & Community Programs Assistant at