School tours are an important part of the educational programming at the Pizzuti Collection. We offer guided visits to students of all levels, from preschool to graduate students, which are adapted to meet the needs of each group and speak to specific areas of study overlapping with our current exhibitions. Teachers of young students are encouraged to use our downloadable “Guide for Teachers and Parents” which features information about the artworks and artists on view and how to prepare students for a visit. The Pizzuti Collection also offers sketchbooks, pencils, and a scavenger hunt activity. These simple materials encourage slow and thoughtful viewing in the galleries.
To help lower barriers to access, the Pizzuti Collection offers school visits and student admission free of charge.
February begins Educator Appreciation at the Pizzuti Collection, an outreach program, during which educators of all kinds are offered complimentary admission and encouraged to learn more about class visits and incorporating our exhibitions into their curricula.
Download the Visions From India Educator’s Packet.
To schedule a School Tour please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 614.300.3585
Docents at Pizzuti Collection tour visitors and school groups and roam through our galleries during weekend visiting hours. Docents undergo a training period each year to prepare for each season’s multiple exhibitions. Docents agree to monthly meetings and must give one tour a month. They also enjoy social events and access to insider art events. New docent classes are formed each year in June. Pizzuti Collection docents should be eager to learn, comfortable speaking publicly, and open to interacting with all visitors. For information about the docent program, please email Mark Zuzik, Program Coordinator, at email@example.com.
Pizzuti Collection offers internships for undergraduate, graduate, and recently graduated students. An internship at the Pizzuti Collection promotes hands on and practical experience in a nonprofit contemporary art space. Interns work closely with Pizzuti Collection staff members and participate in educational, curatorial, development, marketing, and event programming. We ask that interns commit one full day a week (10:00AM-5:00PM) to the Pizzuti Collection over the course of a semester. Internships are unpaid.
Please send your resume, class and/or work schedule, references and a statement of interest and intent (no more than 500 words) to Mark Zuzik, Programs Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Pizzuti Collection is always in need of great volunteers! We have year-round opportunities to get involved in events such as artist talks, family days, school tours, exhibition openings, and more.
Volunteering with the Pizzuti Collection offers many benefits including access to the galleries and special events, socializing and networking, insider access, and experience working in a nonprofit museum setting. There are many ways to become involved:
Reception Desk Volunteer
Join the front lines of the Pizzuti Collection! This important volunteer position is critical to making a positive first impression with visitors. Help us connect with visitors by welcoming them to the Pizzuti Collection, introducing them to our mission and exhibitions. Opportunities are available 11:00AM-5:00PM Tuesday-Saturday. Flexible scheduling is available between these times. Other duties include making simple transactions and other small volunteer based projects as needed.
Special Events Volunteer
Special events volunteers help the Pizzuti Collection with a wide variety of social and educational activities to make successful events happen smoothly. Opportunities are available during evenings and weekends. Example duties include checking in guests, set up/tear down, monitoring galleries, selling tickets, and other duties.
Donating time is a tremendous support to our mission. For further information contact Mark Zuzik at email@example.com or call 614-280-4004.
The Pizzuti Collection Library is home to a unique collection of exhibition catalogues and monographs, along with art books that reflect the contemporary mission of the Collection. Also available are art magazines, auction catalogues, and articles, reviews and press releases for a wide-range of contemporary artists.
The library augments the larger collection of art with books and magazines that are available to the public by appointment only. The library is a reading library, available for research, to enrich your experience of the exhibitions, and for browsing our materials.
To make an appointment to visit the library, call 614-300-3567.
Visiting hours are scheduled Tuesday – Friday, 10 am – 5 pm, as available. Reading materials may not leave the library.