#KemperConnect

While the Museum is temporarily closed to the public, we invite you to connect with us and with each other through the Museum's digital initiatives, known as #KemperConnect. We're excited to bring you a virtual museum experience, and we look forward to hearing from you about the meaningful connections you have with art, especially during this time.

Connect on Social Media

Join us throughout the week on InstagramFacebook, or Twitter for posts designed to spark creative and intellectual conversation, art activities for all ages, and live programs as we explore new ways to ​engage with the Museum's collection and exhibitions.

#LookLearnCreate

Participatory art projects and discussion prompts by the education department bring the art to you almost like a real museum tour! 

#ThinkArtToday

Look closely with the Museum's curators, registrars, and editors as they share interesting context and unique insights about artworks, exhibitions, and publications.

#FridayFavorite

Members of the Museum and Sam Fox School community discuss their favorite Museum experiences, from works of art to performances and lectures. What are some of your favorite Museum moments?

E-newsletter

We compile the weekly #KemperConnect posts and share them via email as well. Not on our email mailing list? Sign up here >>

StoryMap Tours

Delve deeper into the Museum's collection through thematic virtual tours here >>

Online Exhibitions

Although non-campus visitors are currently unable to see the 2020 exhibitions in person, digital versions of selected exhibitions are now available online. View online exhibitions here >>

Virtual Programs

Find out about upcoming live online programs here >>

View videos of recent online panel discussions, as well as a variety of past lectures, tours, and featured stories on the Museum's YouTube channel here >>

We Want to Hear from You!

Are there particular artworks or past exhibitions you'd like to learn more about? Let us know! Share your thoughts via email to kemperartmuseum@wustl.edu

 

Image credit

Tomás Saraceno (Argentine, b. 1973), Cosmic Filaments, 2019. Dichroic filters, polyacrylic panels, stainless steel, and polyester rope, 17’6” x 53’ x 27’8”. University purchase with funds from the William T. Kemper Foundation and Art on Campus fund, 2019. Photo by Joshua White / JWPictures.com.