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Newcomb Art Museum of Tulane University
Woldenberg Art Center, Newcomb Circle, New Orleans, LA 70118, USA/1504.865.5328/ newcombartmuseum.tulane.edu
Newcomb Art Museum of Tulane University is an art museum located in the Woldenberg Art Center on the campus of Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States. It has been historically known for its significant collection of Newcomb Pottery and other crafts produced at Newcomb College, as well as administering the art collections of the university. Since 2014, the institution has increasingly focused on exhibitions and programs that explore socially engaged art, civic dialogue, and community transformation.
Alfred University-Fosdick-Nelson Gallery
NYSCC at Alfred University, 2 Pine Street, Alfred, NY 14802, USA/ 1607.871.2149/ fosdicknelson.alfred.edu
The Fosdick-Nelson Gallery housed, in the School of Art & Design at Alfred University, is a vibrant learning center for the visual arts. Rotating exhibitions highlight work by established and emerging artists working in New York, the United States and abroad. Located in rural western New York, the Gallery is the only established contemporary art venue within a sixty-mile radius for the community to experience a diverse mix of art first hand and participate in an exciting forum of contemporary art and culture. Extended programming, including gallery lectures and special projects, gives students and members of the community an opportunity to engage with artists, curators, and scholars. Open: Mon - Fri, 11 am - 4 pm; Sat & Sun 1 pm - 3 pm.
Alfred State SUNY College of Technology-Bret Llewellyn Art Gallery
10 Upper College Dr, Alfred, NY 14802, USA/ 1212.817.8220/ llewellyngallery.wordpress.com
The Bret Llewellyn Art Gallery is located in room 312 of the Engineering Technology Building on the Alfred State College campus in Alfred , NY. In addition to exhibiting student work, the gallery presents the work of emerging and established artists working at the leading edge of their mediums. Each spring, the gallery hosts the work of graduating seniors receiving their Bachelor of Science in Digital Media and Animation.Open: Mon - Fri, 10 am – 4 pm (gallery is closed during semester breaks – check exhibition schedule for specific dates).
Bard College-CCS Bard Galleries
33 Garden Road, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 12504-5000, USA/ 1845.758.7598/ www.bard.edu/ccs
The Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College (CCS Bard) was founded in 1990 as an exhibition and research center for the study of late twentieth-century and contemporary art and culture and to explore experimental approaches to the presentation of these topics and their impact on our world. Since 1994, the Center for Curatorial Studies and its graduate program have provided one of the world’s most forward thinking teaching and learning environments for the research and practice of contemporary art and curatorship. Broadly interdisciplinary, CCS Bard encourages students, faculty and researchers to question the critical and political dimension of art, its mediation and its social significance. Open: Thu - Sun, 11 am–6 pm.
Barnard College Gallery in the Diana Center
3009 Broadway, New York, NY 10027, USA/ 1212.854.5262/ barnard.edu/headlines/diana-center
Many words have been spoken and much copy has been written about The Diana Center, the first building to be constructed on campus since 1987. Faculty, staff, and students have all watched the process; even alumnae not in the immediate vicinity of Morningside Heights could see the day- to-day, nitty-gritty of construction on the Barnard website. Barnard students have embraced The Diana Center and made it their own; the architects, Weiss/Manfredi, have seen their work examined and praised in the press. Generous donors and supporters were on hand as Diana Touliatou Vagelos ’55, its namesake, cut the blue ribbon and officially opened this modern marvel. Now, we can savor its beauty and awesomeness in this photographic portfolio by Paul Warchol.
Baruch College, Sidney Mishkin Gallery
135 E 22nd St, New York, NY 10010, USA/ 1646.660.6652/ www.baruch.cuny.edu/wsas/artsculture/mishkingallery
Located on the ground floor of Baruch's Administrative Center at 135 East 22nd Street, the Sidney Mishkin Gallery has offered small, museum-quality shows for over twenty-five years. Every year, the Gallery mounts five shows, emphasizing scholarly, multicultural, one-person and group shows, and exhibitions out of the American mainstream. The Gallery's permanent collection consists of over 300 artworks from the 20th century, featuring modern and contemporary paintings, sculpture, prints, and photographs. A gallery that is regularly the site of special class sessions, the Mishkin is a linchpin in the College's drive to encourage interdisciplinary education. Gallery talks and symposia are commonly offered to the College community as well as the public as part of exhibition schedules. Open: Mon -Fri, 12 noon - 5 PM; Thu, 12 noon - 7 PM.
NYC Art Gallery at Berkeley College
Berkeley College Midtown Manhattan, 3 East 43rd Street, New York, USA/ 1212.252.2065/ berkeleycollege.edu/locations_bc/1946.htm
Located on the ground floor of Berkeley College's Midtown Manhattan Campus on 43rd Street, this gallery is directed by Berkeley College professor Robert Keiber. The gallery presents rotating exhibitions. Open: Mon - Fri, 9 am - 7:30 pm; Sat, 9:30 am - 3 pm; Sun, 9 am - 5 pm.
Czurles-Nelson Gallery at Buffalo State
1300 Elmwood Ave, Upton Hall, Buffalo, NY 14222, USA/ 1716.878.3549/ czurlesnelsongallery.buffalostate.edu
The Czurles-Nelson Gallery is an academic space dedicated to supporting the scholarly and cultural mission of the visual arts programs at SUNY Buffalo State and providing a forum for the creative and critical expression of the students and faculty of the visual arts. The gallery is an engaging learning space and a supportive environment that encourages investigation, experimentation, and critical thinking, while providing comprehensive, hands-on exhibition experience.
Su Art Galleries at Syracuse University
Shaffer Hall, Syracuse, NY 13210, USA/ 1315.443.4097/ suart.syr.edu
SUArt Galleries' mission is to enhance the cultural environment of its community and surrounding area. Its vision is to provide meaningful educational experiences and encounters with the visual arts. Open: Tue - Sun, 11 am - 4:30 pm.
Picker Art Gallery at Colgate University
13 Oak Drive, Hamilton, NY 13346, USA/ 1315.228.7634/ www.colgate.edu/campus-life/arts-on-campus/picker-art-gallery
The Picker Art Gallery is located on the Colgate University campus, off Lally Lane, on the second floor of the Dana Arts Center. The Picker is a teaching and collecting museum that engages local and global communities through innovative exhibitions, interdisciplinary research, dynamic outreach, and meaningful experiences with art across cultures, time, and media. Open: Tue – Fri, 10 am – 5 pm; Sat, Sun, noon– 5 pm.
Castle Gallery at the College of New Rochelle
29 Castle Place, New Rochelle, NY 10805, USA/ 1914.654.5423/ castlegallery.cnr.edu
Established in 1980, the Castle Gallery, housed in historic Leland Castle on the main campus of The College of New Rochelle, is an art resource for the entire community. It serves school groups and art enthusiasts from throughout Westchester County with exhibits, lectures, and programs that cut across a variety of interests. Shows have included contemporary fine art, applied design, fine craft, and material culture. The gallery presents three exhibits a year from September through June — all free and open to the public — and tours are available to schools and educational organizations. Open: Tuesday – Friday: 11 am – 5 pm; Sat - Sunday: 12 pm – 4 pm.
Esther Massry gallery at Saint Rose College
432 Western Avenue, Albany, NY 12203, USA/ 1518.485.3902/ www.strose.edu/campus-offices/massry-center-for-the-arts/esther-massry-gallery
At the Madison Avenue end of the first floor, the 2,200 square-foot art gallery provides flexible and open exhibition space. By assisting with exhibits, art students will have a special opportunity to learn gallery management. Floor-to-ceiling windows supply natural light and can be covered with custom room-darkening shades to allow for light shows and multi-media installations. Rigging apparatus near the window makes it possible to hang art weighing up to 3,000 pounds. Movable halogen track lighting with lenses adjust intensity and color of the beam. The system is manufactured by Lighting Services Inc., of Stony Point, N.Y., a leader in museum lighting with installations at the American Museum of Natural History and Yale University Art Gallery. Walls outside the gallery are backed with three-quarter-inch plywood, allowing art to be exhibited throughout the Massry Center. Open: Mon - Sat, noon – 5 pm; Wed - Thu, noon - 8 pm.
The Art Gallery at the College of Staten Island
2800 Victory Blvd., Staten Island NY 10314, USA/ 1718.982.2553/ csivc.csi.cuny.edu/artgallery/files
Center for the Arts is presenting its 21st year of live, first-rate entertainment to the people of Staten Island. Over the past two decades the CFA has worked hard to help build up our community through the performing arts. Every season we strive to deliver quality entertainment, educational opportunities, and memorable moments that engage and inspire audiences, nurture collaboration, and drive economic vitality. As always, the CFA is dedicated to enlighten and improve the cultural life here on Staten Island. Open: Mon -Thu, noon - 4 pm; Saturday, noon - 3 pm.
Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery at Columbia University
926 Schermerhorn Hall, 1190 Amsterdam Ave. MC 5502, New York, NY 10027, USA/ 1212.854.6800/ www.columbia.edu/cu/wallach
Established in 1986, The Wallach Art Gallery is the University's premier visual arts space. We are a platform for critically acclaimed exhibitions, a dynamic range of programming, and publications that contribute to scholarship. The Wallach Art Gallery also animates other university spaces as opportunity arises. We operate in close relationship to the Department of Art History and Archaeology, School of the Arts, and the university Libraries, particularly Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library. Open: Wed – Sat, 1 pm – 5 pm.
The LeRoy Neiman Gallery at Columbia University
310 Dodge Hall, 2960 Broadway (at 116th Street), New York, NY 10027, USA/ 1212.854.764/ arts.columbia.edu/leroy-neiman-gallery
The LeRoy Neiman Gallery hosts a wide array of exhibitions throughout the year, showcasing the work of invited artists, Visual Arts faculty, undergraduate and graduate students and work produced in the LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies. The exhibits give student work public exposure in a professional setting and bring outside voices to the Neiman Center, creating a rich environment of display and dialogue. Open: Mon - Fri, 9 am - 5 pm.
Osilas Gallery at Concordia College
171 White Plains Rd., Bronxville, NY 10708, USA/ 1914.395.4520/ osilasgallery.org
In September 2006, this spectacular venue for the display and study of artwork in every imaginable medium replaced the Concordia Gallery, which had been mounting exhibitions for 30 years. The Gallery offers an exciting calendar of exhibitions, lectures and programs for all ages. OSilas Gallery exhibitions are free and open to the public. Three major exhibitions of diverse style, content, and media are held each gallery season from September to May. Typically one exhibition is held in the Fall semester and two exhibitions are held in the Spring semester. Throughout the year we also encourage and support aspiring artists of all ages through our annual exhibitions of student work from Concordia College, the OSilas Art Studio, and our exceptional regional high school exhibition – StArt.
41 Cooper Art Gallery at Cooper Union
41 Cooper Square, New York, NY 10003, USA/212.353.4100/ cooper.edu/about/galleries-auditoriums/41-cooper-gallery
Located in the new academic building at 41 Cooper Square, the 41 Cooper Gallery features large, two-story windows offering views from the building’s entrance and an abundance of natural light. Along with the adjacent Herb Lubalin Gallery and Jaques & Natasha Gelman Exhibition Foyer, the 41 Cooper Gallery supports the pedagogy of the School of Art and serves as a highly visible site of artistic activity for the Cooper Union community, neighborhood and city at large.
The Lubalin Gallery at Cooper Union
41 Cooper Square, New York, NY 10003, USA/ 1212.353.4100/ cooper.edu/about/galleries-auditoriums/lubalin-gallery
The Lubalin Gallery is associated with the Herb Lubalin Study Center for Design & Typography. Two large glass-fronted display cases in the gallery provide space for design work to be seen, and flat files house a portion of the Study Center's publicly accessible collection of design ephemera. The Lubalin Gallery is often programmed with exhibitions in conjunction with the 41 Cooper Gallery, to which it is adjacent.
Arthur A. Haughton Jr. Gallery at Cooper Union
41 Cooper Square, New York, NY 10003, USA/ 1212.353.4100/ cooper.edu/architecture/facilities/houghton-gallery
Named for Arthur A. Houghton Jr., former trustee and chairman of The Cooper Union, this 1800 square foot gallery supports the pedagogy of the School of Architecture through public exhibitions and events. Over the years, the works of architects, photographers, painters, builders and faculty and students of the school have been exhibited, drawing viewers from schools of architecture and the wider professional communities as well as the public at large. The School of Architecture Archive works with collegial institutions to present jointly sponsored exhibitions, or will curate, design and install original exhibitions.
Atrium Gallery at Corning Community College
1 Academic DriveCorning, NY 14830, USA/ 1607.962.9222/ www.corning-cc.edu/galleries
The Atrium Gallery is a professional-quality art exhibition space on the top floor of the Administration Building at Corning Community College. Since its inception in 1996, it has hosted over 100 solo and group shows by nationally and regionally recognized artists in a wide variety of media. It also hosts the annual CCC Student Art Show in April. A gallery committee meets once a year to choose the slate of shows for the upcoming academic year, and welcomes submissions by qualified artists. Open: Mon - Fri, 8 am - 4:30 pm.
Anthony Giordano Gallery at Dowling College
96 Biltmore Ave, Oakdale, New York, USA/ 1631.244.3016/ www.dowling.edu
The Anthony Giordano Gallery at Dowling College is dedicated to exhibiting and promoting contemporary, innovative, and experimental work by established artists, unaffiliated artists, emerging artists, and artists primarily from the New York tri-state metropolitan area. Through exhibitions and education programs the gallery reflects, reinforces, and complements the curricular dimensions of the Visual Arts Department and addresses the cultural life and enrichment of the Dowling College community, the general public, artists, and the Oakdale community at large. Open: Wed, 11 am - 8 pm; Thu, Fri, 10 am - 4 pm; Sat, noon - 4 pm.
Central Arts Gallery at Empire State College
6333 Route 298, East Syracuse, NY, USA/ 1315.472.5730/ www.esc.edu/central-new-york/locations/east-syracuse/central-arts-gallery
Empire State College, the nontraditional, open college of the SUNY system, educates more than 20,000 students worldwide at eight international sites, more than 35 locations in the state of New York, online, as well as face to face and through a blend of both, at the associate, bachelor’s and master’s levels. The page is managed by the college's Office of Communications and Government Relations. Open: Mon - Thu, 9 am - 6 pm, Fri, 9 am - 5 pm.
Ildiko Butler at Fordham University
113 West 60th Street, Room 423, New York, USA/ 1212.636.6073/ fordhamuniversitygalleries.com
Located just steps from the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim, and the Museum of Arts and Design, our galleries at Fordham offer students the rare opportunity to exhibit their work in the heart of the arts capital of the world. Each spring semester, our spaces are exclusively dedicated to solo and two-person Senior Exhibitions, with jam-packed opening receptions that are among the University’s highlights of the year. Open: daily, 9 am - 9 pm.
James Gallery at Graduate Center
365 Fifth Avenue, First Floor, New York, NY 10016, USA/ 1212.817.2020/ centerforthehumanities.org/james-gallery
The Amie and Tony James Gallery’s mission is to bring artists and scholars into public dialogue on topics of mutual concern through exhibitions as a form of advanced research. As a window into the research work of The Graduate Center and a hub of international discussion, The James Gallery is central to The Graduate Center’s and the City University of New York’s contribution to the cultural life of New York City. Located in midtown Manhattan at the nexus of the academy, contemporary art, and the city, the gallery creates and presents artwork to the public in a variety of formats. While some exhibitions remain on view for extended contemplation, other activities such as performances, workshops, reading groups, roundtable discussions, salons, and screenings have a short duration. The gallery works with scholars, students, artists and the public to explore working methods that may lie outside usual disciplinary boundaries. Open: Tue – Thu, 12 pm – 7 pm; Fri – Sat, 12 pm – 6 pm.
Roz Steiner Gallery at Genesee Community College
One College Road, Batavia, NY 14020-9704, USA/ 1585.343.0055/ www.genesee.edu/home/campus-life/arts/gallery
The Genesee Community College Gallery’s mission is to foster community involvement in the arts while enhancing the learning experience for all Fine Arts majors, Genesee students, faculty and staff. The Gallery offers Genesee students and the community culturally enriching events and allows Fine Arts majors relevant career experience that reinforces professional skills in the field of the arts. The College is committed to be an integral part of the community arts events and work cohesively with the regional arts organizations to enhance the Western New York art community. The GCCAG will present exhibitions by a variety of regional artists, faculty and fine arts majors that will enable fine arts students to acquire gallery/arts management skills. Open: Mon - Fri: 10 am - 2 pm.
Foreman Gallery at Hartwick College
Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY 13820, USA/ 1607.431.4663/ www.hartwick.edu/campus-life/arts-culture/foreman-gallery
The Foreman Gallery of Contemporary Art is the central exhibition space located in the Anderson Center for the Arts. September through May the Foreman Gallery hosts several art exhibitions featuring student or faculty work, or the work of national and international guest artists. A gallery talk by a visiting artist will often accompany an exhibition. Contemporary art exhibits hosted by the Foreman Gallery are developed to connect a diverse audience to the visual arts, and the humanities. Many exhibitions aid the student in course study of fine art by providing clarity to the current discussions, issues and topics in art. Open: Tue - Fri, 12 am - 8 pm; Saturday - 12 am - 4 pm.
Cogar Gallery Herkimer at County Community College
100 Reservoir Road, Herkimer, NY 13350, USA/ 1315.866.0300/ www.herkimer.edu/explore/cogar-gallery
The Cogar Gallery, located at the entrance of the Hummel Corporate and Professional Education Center, offers a refreshing change of pace for participants of training programs or meetings. It can be the perfect place for quiet, individual contemplation or an elegant setting for receptions and networking/refreshment breaks. The Cogar Gallery schedules local, regional and national art exhibitions throughout the year. From Herkimer's earliest days, the Cogars were friends and active supporters of the college and its administration. Over the past three decades, the Foundation, established in their name, has contributed hundreds of thousands of dollars to Herkimer graduates in the form of scholarships, to continue their education at some of the most prestigious colleges and universities in the nation.
Davis Gallery at Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Houghton House, 1 King's Lane, Geneva, New York 14456, USA/ 1315.781.3483/ www.hws.edu/academics/davisgallery
The Davis Gallery is primarily a space to immerse Hobart and William Smith College students in visual culture by providing an environment for studying the role of art and architecture in shaping, embodying and interpreting cultures. The Davis Gallery at Houghton House is the exhibition space of the Department of Art and Architecture of Hobart and William Smith Colleges. The Davis Gallery is a gift of Clarence A. (Dave) Davis, Jr. '48. The gallery has six shows each year beginning with a faculty exhibition and ending the year with a student exhibition. In between, a variety of artists and architects are invited to show their work. Open: Mon - Fri, 9:30 am - 4:30 pm; Saturdays, 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm.
Longwood Art Gallery at Hostos Center for Arts & Culture
450 Grand Concourse, Room C-190, Bronx, NY 10451, USA/ 1718.518.6728/ www.bronxarts.org/lag.asp
Longwood Art Gallery at Hostos, one of NYC’s oldest and longest running progressive alternative spaces, presents solo and group exhibitions in various media, and interdisciplinary projects that connect artists, communities and ideas within and beyond the Bronx. Open: Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, noon - 5 pm.
Ortlip Art Gallery at Houghton College
One Willard Avenue, Houghton, New York 14744, USA/ 1800.777.2556/ www.houghton.edu/art/ortlip-gallery
The Ortlip Gallery is an all-purpose exhibition space in the Center for the Arts at Houghton College. Named for H. Willard and Aimee Ortlip and their family, some of whom were previous art faculty members, the gallery serves current students, faculty and visiting artists. The exhibit program of the Ortlip Art Gallery presents a diverse range of innovative exhibitions and educational programs offering insights into the work of established and emerging regional, national, and international artists and designers. As a cultural leader, the Ortlip Art Gallery provides a forum for exploring contemporary art and ideas enriching the artistic and intellectual climate of the college, the greater Houghton community, Allegany County, and beyond. Open: Mon - Sat, 9 am - 6 pm daily.
Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery at Hunter College
Hunter West Building, 132 East 68th Street, New York, NY 10065, USA/ 1212.772.4991/ www.leubsdorfgallery.org
The Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Gallery focuses on presenting historical and scholarly exhibitions and programming that provide new scholarship on important and often under-represented artists and art movements. Located on Hunter’s main campus, the gallery also hosts the BFA degree exhibition each semester. The Hunter College Art Galleries, under the auspices of the Department of Art and Art History, have been a vital aspect of the New York cultural landscape since their inception over a quarter of a century ago. The galleries provide a space for critical engagement with art and pedagogy, bringing together historical scholarship, contemporary artistic practice, and experimental methodology. The galleries are committed to producing exhibitions, events, and scholarship in dialogue with the intellectual discourse generated by the faculty and students at Hunter and serve as an integral extension to the department’s academic programs. Open: Wed – Sun, 1 pm – 6 pm.