The Ackland’s second-floor Study Gallery enables UNC-Chapel Hill faculty to have art installed specifically for the in-person use of their classes.
The public is invited to view the art in the Study Gallery during the Museum’s open hours. During the fall and spring semesters, the Study Gallery is open to the general public whenever the Museum is open; it is closed during the summer.
Spring Semester 2017
Installation II: 22 February – 2 April 2017
- Mysticism – Patrick D’Silva, Religious Studies 165
- Manga as Japanese Art and Culture – Fumi Iwashita, Japanese 414
- Public Anthropology – Michele Rivkin-Fish, Anthropology 248
- Jahrhundertwende (Turn of the Century), 1888-1914 – Richard Langston, German 349
- European History to 1650 – Melissa Bullard, History 151 / History 177H
- Horror – Ani Govjian, English 148
Installation III: 5 April – 14 May 2017
- Women in Visual Arts – Katherine Calvin, Art History 254
- Curiosity and the Birth of the Imagination – Marsha Collins, Comparative Literature 89 (FYS)
- Chinese Culture through Narrative – Uffe Bergeton, Chinese 252
- Literary Approaches to American Studies – Michelle Robinson, American Studies 201
- Global Food Films – Inger Brodey, GLBL 492H
Installation I: 11 January – 19 February 2017
- For Philip Glass: Joshi / LeWitt / Close
- Evidence & Expertise
- Technology and Democracy Research – Scott Kirsch, Geography 650
- Prehistory Art – Silvia Tomaskova, Anthropology 222 / Women’s Studies 222
- American Literature 1860- 1900 – Jane Thrailkill, English 344
- Approaches to Southern Studies – Bernard Herman, American Studies 211
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UNC FACULTY: In a typical Study Gallery display, eight to ten works of art are on view for a six-week period, during which time faculty members arrange to hold class sessions in front of the works and/or ask students to visit on their own time to complete assignments.
There are only a few spaces available in the Spring Semester 2017. If you are interested in learning more please fill out the form below.
To see examples of how faculty members have used the Study Gallery, please click here.