Virtual Trip: Miami University Art Museum

Pack your bags and get ready for a new adventure. Join us as we explore new places, cultures, and experiences from the comfort of your own home.

This week we will be visiting the Miami University Art Museum.

The Miami University Art Museum, now known as the Richard and Carole Cocks Art Museum, is a vibrant cultural institution located at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Established in 1978, the museum was designed by Walter Netsch of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill and is situated on a scenic three-acre sculpture park. It houses five galleries with changing exhibitions and a growing permanent collection of over 17,500 artworks. The museum is dedicated to serving as a teaching museum, engaging in dialogue about visual culture, and celebrating global artistic diversity through various programs and exhibitions.

For more information about the Miami University Art Museum and its offerings, you can visit their website: Miami University Art Museum.

Please register below or by email: Alyssa@WeThriveTogether.org.