Memorial Art Gallery
The Memorial Gallery's mission is to serve as a vital teaching instrument and visual
resource that enriches campus cultural life as well as that of the surrounding community.
This is to be accomplished through the exhibition of imagery related to the communication
arts, which represent a wide range of media, cultures, and time periods.
Admission is free and the gallery is accessible to persons with mobility impairments.
Please call in advance of your trip.
Our newest exhibit in the Memorial Gallery entitled Braceros depicts photographs of
Mexican laborers by renowned photographer Hermanos Mayo.
Have you seen the painting in the Campus Center from acclaimed Long Island artist
Chip Kidd displaying his book jackets here at the Memorial Gallery.
Internationally acclaimed award-winning illustrator and animated-film character designer
Peter de Sève exhibited in the Memorial Gallery in 2015 telling about his career which
has spanned more than three decades.
Sculptor Wendy Klemperer, who has had a lifelong fascination with animals, installed
a ram sculpture in front of the Campus Center and two elks in front of Hale Hall.
Artist Kevin O’Callaghan A large pastrami sandwich in front of Hale Hall during his