The Lewis Walpole Library makes its collections and history available more broadly through exhibitions, loans, tours, and public programs throughout the year. Programs like the Lewis Walpole Library Lecture held in New Haven, as well as a range of classes, exhibitions, and tours offered in Farmington, support and encourage inquiry into eighteenth-century ideas and culture.
- Lectures – details about library-sponsored lectures including the Lewis Walpole Lecture, presented by a leading scholar and held in New Haven, as well as links to past lectures.
- Seminars & Workshops – information about the library’s instructional offerings–Study Days, Seminars, Workshops, etc. as well as information about bringing classes to the library and arranging for library staff to present in classes on campus.
- Concerts & Performances–listing of upcoming and past performances the library has sponsored.
- Exhibitions – the current and upcoming exhibitions drawn from the permanent collections and on view at the library, changing twice yearly.
- Publications, Podcasts, and Blogs– Acquisitions blog and social media
- Master Classes – information about upcoming Master Classes
- Instructional Services– information about bringing classes to the library and arranging for library staff to present in classes on campus.
For questions about program development contact Cynthia Roman, Curator of Prints, Drawings, and Paintings