Public Programs/ Events Overview Public Programs/ Events
Each year, the Colby College Museum of Art offers an array of public programs including lectures, performances, classes, and workshops. All of these events are free and open to the public. The Museum's regular public programs include:
Docents for 2013-14

This year's team of volunteer docents enjoy a day of training.

Guided Tours of the Museum

Learn how to become a Volunteer Docent.

Community Day, 2013

Community Day art-making workshops, Summer 2013

Hands-on Workshops for Children and Families

The Museum offers four free community days a year, in which both children and adults can participate in tours of the Museum, discussions around the collection, and have opportunities to make their own works of art. As well as the community days, the Museum offers multiple workshops a year in conjunction with Common Street Arts in Waterville and Waterville Main Street. Each workshop begins with a focused tour of works in the museum collection and concludes with a hands-on art activity.

Colby Professor Lydia Moland delivers a Noontime Art Talk in the Lower Jette Gallery

Colby Professor of Philosophy Lydia Moland delivers a Noontime Art Talk in the Lower Jette Gallery.

Noontime Art Talks

On most Thursdays or Wednesdays, museum staff members, Colby faculty members, and guest speakers will discuss current exhibitions or works in the museum collection in Noontime Art Talks. Light refreshments to follow; talks begin at 12:00 p.m.

Check the Events Calendar for upcoming talks.