artworks in a museum gallery
A group of people outside the Weitz Center for Creativity

Visit the Museum

The Perlman Teaching Museum is currently open to members of the Carleton community. For all others, it is available to tour virtually!

Chronologia exhibition in the Braucher Gallery

Current Exhibition: Chronologia

Chronologia: Celebrating the Careers of Art Department Faculty Daniel Bruggeman, Fred Hagstrom, and Linda River Rossi” is on display through April 25, 2021. The exhibition brings together works by all three professors as a final tribute to their time at Carleton.

Screenshot of Chronologia virtual tour

Virtual Tour of Chronologia

Experience a virtual walkthrough of the exhibition and its artworks on the Chronologia website.

painting by Ambrin Ling

Online Exhibition: Art Alumni Showcase

As a companion to the Chronologia exhibition, we are pleased to present an online exhibition highlighting recent artwork by alumni of the Art and Art History Department who studied with the three retiring faculty members.

Japanese woodblock print from 1903

Collection Highlight

The Carleton College Art Collection includes over 150 Japanese woodblock prints, acquired through generous donations and purchase. Highlights include ukiyo-e landscapes and scenes from kabuki theater.

Baido Hosai, The Actor Ichikawa Danjuro IX in the double role of Fudo and Mongaku (1903)

Only one day left to apply to work at Perlman Teaching Museum next year! Be sure to submit your application by midnight this Sunday April 11 in order to join our energetic team of student workers. We can’t wait to work with you!
The following positions are available for the 2021-22 academic year: Curatorial Assistant, Collection Assistant, Museum Attendant, Events Associate, Media Production and Promotion Specialist, Art Collection Media Specialist. To read the position descriptions and fill out the application form, follow the link in our bio or visit:
@carletoncollege @artsatcarleton #studentworkers #apply #teachingmuseum #mentorship #careergoals #visuallearning

If you’ve not seen it yet, then check out today’s museum student worker takeover of @carletoncollege’s Instagram stories!🔥
Follow along throughout the day as
Lea Winston ’22, Esme Graham ’22, Greg Licholai ’23 and Sophie Rogers ’21 share what it’s like to work and learn at the Perlman Teaching Museum, as well as the variety of student positions available at the museum next year!
Deadline for interested Carleton students to apply is this Sunday, April 11th at midnight. For more information click the link in our bio or visit🖱💻💫