Located on the campus of Norwich Free Academy, the Slater Museum awakens visitors to the richness and diversity of the human experience through art and history. For more than one hundred years, the Museum has displayed and interpreted the best examples of fine and decorative art, representing a broad range of world cultures.
art from across the globe
in the permanent collection
represented in the collection
1 of 2 museums
located on a high school campus
News & Announcements
Welcome everyone to Slater Museum's new website, and thank you to all of our great supporters and friends who have helped usher in a new era to the museum's history beginning in 2023. Since being closed for over a year and a half due to our roof restoration and gallery renovations, we are excited to finally bring the museum back to NFA and the public.
Students in Norwich Free Academy's Visual and Fine Arts program showcase their work from this school year in the 133rd Annual Student Art Exhibition.
A Southerner by birth, Yankee by choice, and with an advanced degree in Art History from the University of Pennsylvania, Lynn Curlee landed in New York City in 1971 at the age of twenty-three with the ambition to become a painter. After a couple of years of finding his way, Mr.Curlee made his professional debut with a one-man show at Christopher Gallery on Madison Avenue in October 1973.
Congratulations to Public Art for Racial Justice Education (PARJE) for the successful unveiling of the Norwich Sister Mural located at the Market Street Parking Garage in Downtown Norwich
Slater Memorial Museum is thrilled to announce that we are the recipient of a $7,100 grant from Connecticut Humanities as a part of the CT Cultural Fund Operating Support Grants (CTCFOSG).