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Where do I park?
Please visit the directions and parking page to learn more.
Are the Galleries open in the summer?
The Galleries are typically closed late May until late August for the installation of our fall season. Please visit our upcoming exhibition page to learn more about specific exhibition opening dates.
Can I work or draw in the Galleries?
Yes, there are many quiet spaces to sit and work in the Gallery. Please use pencil.
I’d like to visit the Galleries with my class or group, where do I start?

Contact Liz Canter, Manager of Academic Programs, to discuss your learning objectives for a class session or to arrange a tour.

Do the Galleries accept exhibition proposals or inquiries?

The Galleries do not typically accept unsolicited exhibition proposals as our seasons are booked years in advance. Contact Kaelynn Maloney, Dept and Curatorial Assistant, for more information.

How do I use the collection for research or teaching?

Visit our faculty page or the online collection (coming soon). For additional ideas about learning and teaching with objects contact Liz Canter.

I have a work of art I’d like to have appraised or conserved, can you recommend someone?

The Galleries do not offer appraisal or conservation services, nor can we recommend individuals. Please visit the American Society of Appraisers to find appraisal services.

I have some art I’d like to give the collection, what do I do?

Please contact Laura McDonald for for information about donating a piece of art.

Can I borrow artwork to hang in my dorm, office, or other public space?

The Galleries can occasionally accommodate requests for artworks in private office spaces with controlled lighting — please allow 6 months of lead time for such requests. Contact Laura McDonald for more information.

Do you lend exhibition fixtures and furniture?
Typically the Galleries custom build fixtures and furniture for individual exhibitions so we're unable to lend materials.