Drawing in the Gallery
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak and the closure of the Zuckerman Museum through the end
of the semester, all onsite programs have been canceled through May 10, 2020. We will
resume regular programs in accordance with guidelines from the University System of
Date: Thursdays, February 13th - May 7th, 2020
Time: 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Location: Zuckerman Museum of Art
Are you looking for more opportunities to practice your observational drawing skills? Or perhaps you would like to try drawing from life for the first time without enrolling in a costly course?
Please come to the Zuckerman on Thursday nights for an opportunity to draw from life!
We will rotate the drawing location each week from among our different galleries. We will also change the subject each week between a live figure model and objects from our collection. This is a bring your own materials event - pencils only! Though some drawing boards will be available on a first come, first serve basis.
Please direct any questions to Elizabeth Thomas, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Faculty Resource Guide
Every semester the Zuckerman Museum of Art issues a Faculty Resource Guide to provide in one document an overview of what is on display in the galleries. This document includes synopses of the exhibitions and an outline of the themes and learning goals they contain.Download the ZMA Spring 2020 Faculty Resource Guide
If you would like to bring a group of students to the Zuckerman Museum or would like assistance in planning a learning experience for students, please contact our Education and Outreach Coordinator, Elizabeth Thomas, at email@example.com or 470-578-6767.
P-12 Educator Resources
Youth Art Galleries
Kennesaw State University’s Bagwell College of Education, School of Art and Design and Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art established two high-profile Youth Art Galleries on the University campus in October 2016. The galleries are located in Kennesaw Hall and the Chantal and Tommy Bagwell Education Building. Each location has 30 ready-made frames and serves as inspiration for KSU students, faculty, staff, and visitors alike. The exhibitions rotate three times a year. Any Georgia art educator is eligible to display student art in the Youth Art Galleries. Inclusion in any block is competitive and will be determined by the KSU stakeholders.
How to apply:
To learn more about the galleries click to download the prospectus and application. If you have further questions, please contact Elizabeth Thomas.
September 15th for consideration of November – February displays
January 15th for consideration of March – June displays
May 15th for consideration of July – October displays