The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University's collection of over 10,000 works represents a wide array of artistic production from the ancient to the present, the world over. Significant holdings include Greek and Roman antiquities; pre-Columbian sculptures and vessels; North American and European sculpture, prints, photographs, and paintings; and works in a variety of media from different African, Asian, Latin American, and Middle Eastern cultures. This living collection continues to grow and diversify, with an emphasis on collecting the art of our time.
Want to schedule a class visit to the museum to view works from our collection?
The MSU Broad is home to a wide range of works which offer students direct interactions with art to facilitate discussions that will contribute to the overall impact of your course. Access a searchable database of works in our collection above. Up to 10 objects can be brought out for view at one time, depending on their size. If you are interested in using the Museum’s collection, please contact Matt Boyd at firstname.lastname@example.org at least 2 weeks in advance for more information and to arrange your museum visit.