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Art Museum Faculty Resource Guide


This is a faculty resource guide composed of faculty testimonials, online resources, and ideas for integrating the La Salle University Art Museum into classroom instruction.

La Salle University Art Museum


La Salle University Art Museum is a place of community engagement, educational inquiry, and interdisciplinary exploration - offering visitors of all ages and from all walks of life, opportunities to learn about original artworks, their historical contexts, and their continuing relevance.


The mission of the La Salle University Art Museum is to further the University’s Lasallian educational objectives by helping students, other members of the University community and the general public to experience significant, original works of art in an intimate setting and to place them in meaningful contexts. In addition to acquiring, preserving and exhibiting its collections, the Museum offers viewers an opportunity to sharpen their aesthetic perception and to investigate the interrelationships which emerge between art and other disciplines.

How to Visit

Self-Tour the Museum

You teach your students in the galleries.

Staff Guided Lesson

Art Museum staff can assist or lead gallery visits.

Student Assignments

Send your students on their own time or during class time to complete assignments or handouts. Art Museum staff can collect assignments and monitor galleries for attendance.


For All Visits

All groups must be scheduled in advance.

Please contact Miranda Clark-Binder, Curator of Education and Public Programs, to schedule your visit. or 215-991-1680.

Artwork not currently on view can be pulled specifically for your class.

An Invitation to Explore

Visits to the Art Museum can
  • Provide interdisciplinary perspectives on course material
  • Improve visual literacy and critical thinking skills
  • Engage students in practical learning opportunities

The La Salle University Art Museum displays

  • European Art from the 14th century to the present
  • American Art from the 18th century to the present
  • Special Collections of Asian, Pre-Columbian, Ancient Greek, and African Art
  • Rotating special exhibitions

Visit our Online Collections Database to see what's Currently On View

Did you know?

You can also make special arrangements to have artwork that is not on view shown to your students. Artwork on view in the galleries is just the tip of the iceberg for what we can offer to enhance student learning experiences. With the recent completion of a 2-year IMLS-funded grant project, the Art Museum’s permanent collection of over 5,000 objects is now available to search and explore online. See the Online Collections Database here:

Press Release

La Salle University Art Museum's Database Migration and Digital Access Project was made possible by a 2014 Museums for America grant awarded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).

Read the Press Release: