The F. Paul Norton and Frederic P. Norton Family Prints and Drawings Study Center
SCHOOL GROUP AND PRIVATE SCHOLAR VISITS
The F. Paul Norton and Frederic P. Norton Family Prints and Drawings Study Center is available to scholars and school groups of fewer than fifteen people, by appointment, on Wednesdays between 2:30 and 4:30 pm. Our Resident Print Expert is also available at this time. We cannot accommodate groups of more than fifteen people.
Visits may last up to one hour and you may view up to ten works from the Center during your appointment. You may search the Albright-Knox’s Fine Art Collection to select which works you would like to view.
Schedule Your Appointment
Appointment requests should be submitted at least one month prior to the date you would like to visit. To request an appointment, please contact Senior Registrar for the Collection Laura Fleischmann at 716.270.8279, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
When you schedule your appointment, please indicate which artworks (limit ten) you would like to view. Albright-Knox staff will try to accommodate all requests; however, some works may not be available due to outgoing loans, conservation issues, or staff limitations. If a work is unavailable, you will be notified promptly.
Prepare for Your Visit
All school groups must be accompanied by a teacher or professor. School groups can enter the museum through the Elmwood Avenue entrance. Admission fees will be waived, but parking fees still apply. Only Albright-Knox staff will be allowed to handle the artwork during your visit.
Works on Tour
Please note that many of our most popular works, featured in this summer’s exhibition Sincerely Yours: Treasures of the Queen City, will be on tour through fall 2015. We hope you will come and find your new favorites while these works are out serving as ambassadors for Buffalo!
CALL AHEAD TO CONFIRM
Installation information is subject to change. If you are planning to visit the museum to see a specific work of art, please call us first to confirm that it will be on view.
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