UC Davis Community
The Manetti Shrem Museum builds on the university’s long tradition of excellence in the arts to extend the transformational power of art across disciplines. We are committed to offering engaging experiences that reflect and serve the UC Davis community.
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Faculty from across the university have already begun working with museum staff to present collaborative projects ranging from exhibitions to classes exploring the intersection of the visual arts and other disciplines. Now that the museum has opened, we will be focusing on opportunities for interdisciplinary work. Your participation is essential to making the Manetti Shrem Museum a dynamic campus resource. We welcome your ideas and proposals: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whether you’re an art lover or someone who rarely visits a museum, we hope you’ll find time to check out your new university art museum. There are many opportunities for students to be involved, from joining the Student Coalition and helping to shape the museum's programs, to working in our galleries, to recharging your mind and soul with great art. Learn more about what’s going on at the Manetti Shrem Museum and share your ideas by contacting Carmel Dor, Student Coordinator, at email@example.com.
Now that the museum is open to the public, make plans to stop by on your lunch break or after work and refresh yourself with art and ideas. Bring your family to explore and share your favorite artwork. Subscribe for updates and learn more about special programs designed just for you.
Has it been a while since you’ve been back to campus? Make the Manetti Shrem Museum a destination on your next visit! You’ll be amazed and intrigued by the unique “Grand Canopy” design. We’re in the heart of the Gateway District, directly across from the Walter A. Buehler Alumni Center and the Welcome Center. While you’re here, pick up a copy of the Guide to Outdoor Sculpture on the UC Davis Campus and rekindle fond memories as you experience the university’s public art.
Photo above by Jose Luis Villegas