Current undergraduate and graduate students are invited to join this virtual conversation series and meet staff representing various departments at the Morgan. Participants can ask questions, get career inspiration, and discover behind-the-scenes insights.
Virtual Talks and Tours
From the Morgan’s three Gutenberg Bibles to the intricately carved cylinder seals of Ancient Mesopotamia, join our Morgan docents as they guide you on an up-close virtual exploration and discussion of one of the many works in the institution’s treasured permanent collection.
Join Morgan Educators for an interactive virtual tour of the exhibition Betye Saar: Call and Response. Participants will view highlights from the show and discuss the relationship between Betye Saar's found objects, sketchbooks, and finished works.
On select Sunday afternoons, families travel the world from their living rooms with the Morgan Library & Museum. A Morgan educator will share a live tour of highlights from the collection. Participants will explore artworks through inquiry-based conversation, make simple crafts, and discover, as a family, something new to inspire for the week ahead.
Explore the museum from home with a live interactive tour. Each program will take a closer look at objects in the Morgan’s Collection Online, ranging from ancient to modern. Participants will receive a creative prompt with each experience, for inspiration to write, read, or craft at home.
Join this virtual docent highlights tour of the Morgan Library and Museum for an overview of the Morgan's history, ranging from the beginning of the collection and the creation of the historic Library to the Museum's expansion of the Morgan campus and ongoing acquisitions.
Join Isabelle Dervaux, Acquavella Curator of Modern & Contemporary Drawings, for a virtual guided tour of the exhibition David Hockney: Drawing from Life.
Susan Stillman, artist and Parsons School of Design faculty member
Join novelist, poet, and MacArthur Fellowship recipient Ishmael Reed for a conversation on the empowering role of art as a vehicle for reclaiming elements of African spirituality and culture.
Please call (212) 685-0008 ext. 560 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for information.