The interior of the museum is not open due to COVID-19. Visitors are welcome to tour the exhibition, Let Us March On, about the Black Lives Matter movement in Arkansas in our Window Gallery, which is accessible to all from the exterior of the building.
Please note that the museum will be closed on the following days:
For easiest access to the Windgate Museum of Art (building #3 on the campus map), we recommend parking in the lot at the Dawkins Welcome Center (building #1 on the campus map) at the northeast corner of campus just off the Harkrider-Winfield roundabout where there is plenty of visitor designated parking.
From the Dawkins Welcome Center, take the paved walkways diagonally to the southwest onto campus toward the three-story Miller Creative Quad in which the Windgate Museum is housed. The museum is on the ground floor of the north wing of the building. You will enter through the doors on the right as you approach the building walking west.
For those wishing to be dropped off closer to the building, there is a paved driveway from the Dawkins Welcome Center to a small loading area along the north side of the museum building. There are also two Windgate Museum designated parking spaces which may be used by those needing parking nearest to the museum. From this small loading and parking area, the museum can be accessed via the paved path on the west side of the building to the main entrance on the left between the two wings of the building.
Accessible parking is located on the North side of the building. Wheelchair ramps are located at the northeast and northwest sides of the building.
The Windgate Museum of Art is located on the ground floor of the Miller Creative Quad. The floors in the lobby and galleries are polished concrete; other public spaces are covered in low-pile carpet or composite tile. Museum stools are available upon request. Ask at the Information Desk for assistance in locating them.
All public areas of the museum are wheelchair accessible. WMA is a barrier‐free location, with doorways, hallways, galleries, program spaces, water fountains, restroom stalls, sinks, and faucets accessible to wheelchairs and assistive walking devices.
Upon request, the museum can provide American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation for specific programs and for guided tours. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org at least one week in advance of the program or tour date.
Education staff will work with individuals and groups who disclose accessibility needs in advance to accommodate them to the best of our ability.
Mothers may breastfeed their children anywhere in the museum. If you prefer a private space to nurse, one of our private restrooms is equipped with seating for such purpose. There is a diaper changing table located in one of the restrooms as well. Space for stroller parking is available just inside the front door (see Bag Policy). The museum does not provide strollers.
All our restrooms are gender-neutral and are located in the Lobby and Gallery A.
Certified service animals are welcome. Please notify an Information Desk attendant of the presence of your service animal. You will need to provide a copy of your certificate for verification.
A first aid kit is available at the Information Desk. Please inform the Information Desk attendant in case of a health emergency.
Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the museum. Ask for the network name and password at the Information Desk.
The average temperature in the museum is 68–72 degrees Fahrenheit, which some visitors find chilly; you may wish to bring a sweater or light jacket.
The museum’s fire alarms operate with both visual and audible signals, and museum staff will assist visitors with disabilities in the event of emergency evacuation of the building.
Welcome to the Windgate Museum of Art—we are so glad you are here! During your visit:
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