The JSMA is open for collaboration, creativity, and education. We are ready to work with you on your remote teaching needs! Please check back often for updated digital and virtual resources.

On request, we can provide or create:

  • Filmed tours of exhibitions and objects with or without audio
  • Live, real-time video conversations with your class and museum staff
  • High-resolution images (when available) from the collection, current exhibitions, and the Shared Visions program

 

Available Online Resources:

 

Resources for Current Exhibitions:

Tiempo suspendido | Suspended Time: Myrna Báez and Norma Vila Rivero

  • Virtual Tour forthcoming

Fit to Print: The Dawn of Journalism in Japanese Woodblock Prints from the Lavenberg and Michels Collections

  • Virtual Tour forthcoming

Nkame: A Retrospective of Cuban Printmaker Belkis Ayón

56 Black Men

JSMA Black Lives Matter Artist Grant Program Exhibition: A Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation Project

New Views of Mount Geumgang 

 

Resources for Past Exhibitions:

Northwest Ambience: Frank Okada from the Permanent Collection

A Woman's Worth

Pierre Daura's Enchanted Universe

Creativity Counts: Possibilities Shaped by Constraints of Arithmetic

Rhapsody in Blue and Red: Ukiyo-e Prints of the Utagawa School

Myriad Treasures: The Reinstallation of the Soreng Gallery of Chinese Art

Metamorphosis: Visualizing the Music of Paul Hindemith

LOOK. Listen. Learn. Act.

Early Ceramics from Southeast Asia: Specimens from Thailand and the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

Steve Rowell: Uncanny Sensing, Remote Valleys

Art of the Athlete: All Stars

Laura Fritz/Rick Silva: Encounters

Nuestra imagen actual | Our Present Image: Mexico and the Graphic Arts 1929-1956 (2/14)

Hallie Ford Fellows in the Visual Arts 2017-19

Every Word was once an Animal

The Satirical Eye

The Graceful Table

Mildred Bryant Brooks: The Art of Etching

Evocative Shadows: Art of the Japanese Mezzotint

Roger Shimomura: By Looking Back, We Look Forward

Kwang Young Chun: Aggregations

STILL Photography: Selections from the Permanent Collection

Carrie Mae Weems: The Usual Suspects

Claire Burbridge: Pathways to the Invisible

 

Didn’t find what you need, or do you have an idea for a new form of online, museum-based or object-based pedagogy? Please contact us at jsmaacademic@uoregon.edu.