Princeton University Teaching and Research

The Art Museum is committed to supporting research and teaching on campus and virtually.

Digital Materials

The Museum’s online collections are always available, and images of objects selected for courses are available in three ways—through PowerPoint, .zip download, or the online high-resolution viewer Mirador. Each of these viewing methods can be shared on Zoom or another remote course platform.

Mirador allows users to zoom in to see details of thousands of works of art from across the collections. You can use this feature directly through the Museum’s online collections database by clicking on the object image. The Museum can also assist in preparing a selection of objects for view in Mirador.

Additionally, groups of objects from the Museum’s collections that explore specific themes from previous gallery installations and courses are available on the Museum’s website.

Schedule a Consultation

To schedule a consultation about teaching with the Museum’s collections, please contact Veronica White, curator of teaching and learning, at

Class Visits and In-Person Appointments

Princeton University faculty and students may schedule course visits and individual appointments to view works on paper and photographs from the Museum’s collections in a classroom at Firestone Library (A-1-C). The selection of works on paper and photographs is updated each semester. Faculty also may schedule course visits to the Museum’s off-site classroom to view objects from across the Museum’s curatorial departments. Additionally, courses may visit Art@Bainbridge, a gallery project located at 158 Nassau Street. For more information or to schedule a class visit or appointment, please contact the Museum’s visitor logistics coordinator at

Upcoming Programs

Check the Museum’s calendar for the latest information on upcoming programs, including live online lectures and conversations.