The Museum is wheelchair accessible through the North and South entrances of the Bixler Art and Music Center. If you would like the Museum to provide a wheelchair for your use, contact us at 207-859-5610
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Join chef, food justice activist, artist, critically acclaimed author, and community builder Bryant Terry for a conversation with Taryn D. Jordan, professor of women’s studies at Colgate University, about food inequality, Black food, and history. ... more >
Meet the current cohort of Lunder Institute for American Art resident fellows at the Greene Block + Studios. This semester’s fellows are Tessa Greene O’Brien, a painter and curator, Dylan Hausthor, a photographer and printmaker,... more >
Join us for a Curator’s Tour with Jennifer Gross, curator of Ashley Bryan/Paula Wilson: Take the World into Your Arms. She will share insights about the development of this exhibition and stories about her work... more >
Each Thursday, join us to spend time with a work of art on view in the Colby Museum’s gallery spaces. This week, Jillian Impastato, Mirken Coordinator of Campus and Community Collaboration, will facilitate a conversation... more >
Visit the Colby Museum’s Joan Dignam Schmaltz Gallery of Art at the Paul J. Schupf Art Center in downtown Waterville to pick up a free seed packet, ready for planting in the spring and summer... more >
Join the Colby Museum and other community partners in Waterville for our annual Arts in Bloom celebration. Explore your creativity with free programs scheduled throughout the weekend of May 5–7. This seasonal event is the perfect way to... more >
Join us to celebrate the opening of our 2023 Senior Exhibition featuring works by graduating Colby studio art majors. Want to learn how museums create exhibitions and how they get people to come visit them?... more >
Join us to celebrate the opening of our 2023 Senior Exhibition featuring works by graduating Colby studio art majors. This annual exhibition offers students the opportunity to exhibit their work and participate in the museum’s... more >
Children of all ages and their caregivers are invited to stop by our Art + Cart for an exploration of the painting The Iceberg by Frederic Edwin Church. Our April activity uses the artwork to explore... more >
Join us for an evening at the museum, presented by the Colby Museum Student Board! Decorate water bottles with stickers and create friendship bracelets, inspired by imagery and themes found in current Colby Museum exhibitions.... more >