University Art Museum docents provide tours for CSULB students, K-12 school classes, college classes, and community groups interested in visiting the UAM. Tours are conducted by the UAM Docents, who provide a variety of meaningful experiences to accommodate the diverse needs of our visitors.
The CSULB Monumental Sculpture Collection is situated throughout the 320-acre beautiful, tree-shaded campus. A complete walking tour of the sculpture collection can be made independently or with the help of a UAM Docent. A walking tour will cover approximately two miles of pleasantly landscaped pathways with an elevation change of 70 feet. Allow at least one hour–longer if you intend to bring a picnic lunch. Food and beverages can be purchased from vending machines installed throughout the campus. Regular food services are available in the Student Union building Monday through Fridays. Maps are available at the museum. A virtual sculpture tour is available on the Collections Sculpture page.
SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY GROUPS
Many CSULB instructors schedule tours of UAM exhibitions that relate to the content of their individual classes; such as, Art, Education, English, Critical Thinking, German, University 100, Comparative World Literature, Senior University, and many more. The UAM also offers tours to classes from other colleges and universities; as well as K-12 public schools from Long Beach and other southern California school districts.
Community groups, organizations, and clubs are encouraged to contact the UAM to schedule a tour. For information on current and upcoming exhibitions please visit the Exhibition pages.
To schedule a docent-led tour or a self-guided group tour please contact:
Brian Trimble, Curator of Education, email@example.com, 562-985-7601 or
Christina Alegria, Assistant Curator of Education, firstname.lastname@example.org