University Museums

University museums with their scientific and cultural collections have a long established place in public education, inspiring curiosity over generations. With new tools to analyze artifacts and to make their collections available digitally, university museums are finding new ways to assist researchers and the public alike. University art museums are also connecting their collections with the philosophical and scientific contexts of their origins and contemporary quests for meaning amidst social and environmental challenges.

University Museums News

Contemporary History Painting and Social Engagement in Hong Kong

Contemporary History Painting and Social Engagement in Hong Kong

By Florian Knothe, Director of the University Museum and Art Gallery (UMAG), The University of Hong Kong In New ...
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Can looking at art make for better doctors?

Can looking at art make for better doctors?

Can looking at art make for better doctors By Heather Gaunt, Curator of Academic Programs at the Ian Potter Museum of ...
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