Exhibition Spaces

Stanford Art Gallery, Terry Berlier installation

Stanford Art Gallery

Stanford Art Gallery, a 1,900-square-feet exhibition space, is an integral part of the programs, research, and curricula of the Department of Art & Art History. High-quality exhibitions are presented by the department to engage the university and wider community in stimulating dialogue facilitated by historical and contemporary visual language and culture. 

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Coulter Art Gallery, McMurtry Building

Coulter Art Gallery

The Penny & Jim Coulter Art Gallery is a dynamic teaching and learning resource for faculty and students, where best practices for exhibition and curatorial development, experimentation, and innovation take place.

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Mohr Student Gallery, McMurtry Building

Mohr Student Gallery

The Nancy & Larry Mohr Student Exhibition Gallery is devoted to providing hands-on student experience in exhibition planning, installation, and promotion for undergraduate students in the Department of Art & Art History. 

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Vitrine and foyer at night, McMurtry Building

Gunn Foyer & Vitrine Gallery

Located on the ground floor of the McMurtry Building, the Gunn Foyer and Moghadam Family Gallery Arcade (Vitrine Gallery) house a rotating schedule of work by students and faculty of the Department of Art & Art History.

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