College Students & Faculty
Did you know college students with a valid ID and Wake Forest University faculty and staff—with an additional guest—have free admission? Whether you’re completing a course assignment, drafting a syllabus, or looking for a break from screen time, you can find what you need at Reynolda.
Together, the Museum’s art collection and extensive historic estate create an interdisciplinary learning lab that complements the traditional classroom experience. Rotating exhibitions and the changing seasons will keep the Museum’s content fresh and engaging for visitors.
Whether you’re a professor or student organization leader, Dr. Amber C. Albert can help you plan learning connections for the classroom or arrange a customized experience for any discipline. Contact Dr. Albert at firstname.lastname@example.org or 336.758.5457.
Before—or after—your visit, dive into the resources below to further your connection with our collection and get creative!
To learn more about collaborations with Reynolda Gardens, contact email@example.com. Reserve the Reynolda Gardens Education Wing for your next class or workshop here.
Reynolda curators and staff take a closer look at one work of art or one story from our history.
The Museum offers fall, spring, and summer academic internship opportunities through the Education Department.
Examples of recent intern projects
Guest teacher and Reynolda intern Dakin Moore shows you how to make a movement drawing inspired by Abraham Walkowitz’s “Isadora Duncan” (1916).
For the CuriousFull Calendar
Join us for a guided conversation through The Voyage of Life.
Homeschool students and teachers are invited to visit the estate for art and history-based learning.
Sep 25, 2021, 8:00am
Shop a handpicked selection of native plants and staff favorites.
Sep 28, 2021, 12:30pm
Create representations of leaves using cement and a little imagination.
Oct 3, 2021, 2:00pm
Participants will build their own animal masks from prepared templates or their imagination.
Oct 5, 2021, 12:30pm
Hoffman Nursery’s Shannon Currey will introduce you to plants that are not only aesthetically striking but terrific problem-solvers.