Gallery Guides create and facilitate tours and greet the public.
Tour works that are influenced by various art forms such as poetry and theater with Molly Murphy ’19.
Student Choice: Shock Value
Be psychologically thrilled with Alexandra Melishkevich ’19.
Student Choice: The Narrator and the Observer
Take a crash course in the literary and psychological aspects of WCMA works with Shaheen Currimjee ’20 and Christine Nyce.
Student Choice: The Body in Context
Join Payton Spencer ’18 and Jacques Guyot ’18 for a tour exploring the ways bodies and body parts operate within their contexts – social, political, spatial.
Student Choice: The Thrill of Intrusion
Explore works of art in WCMA’s collection that deal with concerns of privacy and psychological thrill in a tour of the museum led by Alexandra Melishkevich ’19 and Isabelle Devereaux ’20.
Student Choice: Swipe Right or Left
Gallery Guide leader Rachel Heisler explores the complicated game of love and portrayal in works on view.
Student Choice: The Art of Narrative
Sophomore art lover Christine Nyce examines how narrative functions in art by discussing the context, style, and intended audience of some fascinating works in WCMA’s collection.
Student Choice: Fragments and Restistance
Explore works that have been worn down and fragmented by trauma, from Jim Crow to the inexorable passage of time with senior biology and comp lit major Jacques Guyot.
Student Choice: Wanna Know a Secret
From government conspiracies to illicit affairs, secrets permeate every level of society. Here at WCMA we have a few secrets of our own. Come and discover treasures from the 17th and 20th century with Shaheen Currimjee ’20.
Student Choice: Text as Image
How does art remake text? Join Isabelle Devereaux ’20 for a tour of works of art in WCMA’s collection that draw upon, incorporate or reinvent the written word.
Student Choice: Senses and Sensibility
Go beyond sight with Alexandra Melishkevich ’19. Tour the WCMA galleries using various senses.
Student Choice: City Lights
Travel through the galleries with Whiney Sandford ’20 and explore how cityscapes communicate about places, people, and society.