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      The Museum maintains extensive individualized educational programs for college classes, internships and area schools, K-12. Special gallery talks and tours by appointment for local and visiting groups on both the permanent collection and changing exhibitions can be arranged. Tours are generally scheduled for 60 - 90 minute visits. Please limit group size to 50. Groups will be divided into smaller groups on arrival.

To arrange a tour, contact the Docent Coordinator, Marguerite Eisinger:
      marguerite.eisinger@plattsburgh.edu
or call (518) 564-2813

Want to make a day of it?
To extend your visit on campus, call the Admissions office at (518) 564-2040 or e-mail them at:
      admissions@plattsburgh.edu.
They can assist you with other tours of the Planetarium or Chemistry and Theater Department, etc. Lunch facilities are available.
Museum Without Walls
Walking Tour Brochure Cover
      The Museum Without Walls program continues throughout the campus. Works can be viewed in buildings throughout our campus including the Myers Fine Arts Building, George W. Angell College Center, Feinberg Library, Champlain Valley Commons, Kehoe Administration Building, Yokum Hall, Hawkins Hall, Ward Hall, Hudson Hall, Redcay Hall, Sibley Hall, and the Center for the Study of Canada. For a more detailed description of the location of works, restricted hours, and designated parking information for visitors, please request our Walking Tour Brochure.

A guided tour may be arranged specifically for the walking tour. Contact Marguerite Eisinger:
      marguerite.eisinger@plattsburgh.edu

To request a brochure, contact Marjorie Coughlin:
      coughlmf@plattsburgh.edu
“Expand the World”
Photo of artifacts in the Slatkin Study Room Our “Expand the World” program uses art and artifacts from our museum collection and covers the ancient cultures of Egypt, Greece, Rome, India, and China. Teachers find that this program, with its ability to let students study actual artifacts from the cultures they have covered in the classroom, together with the specialized knowledge that each docent brings to their presentation, is a valued experience for all concerned. This tour is recommended for the Sixth Grade.

Contact Marguerite Eisinger:
      marguerite.eisinger@plattsburgh.edu
Sculpture Park
Photo of sculpture, Churn by Andrew Dunnill
Churn, 1998, Andrew Dunnill
The Sculpture Park is a permanent and changing exhibition of monumental sculpture located throughout the campus.

A specific tour of the Sculpture Park may be arranged. This tour may be combined with the Walking Tour.

Contact Marguerite Eisinger:
      marguerite.eisinger@plattsburgh.edu
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