Since the first exhibition opened in 1984, the Hunter College Art Galleries have mounted over two hundred shows organized by faculty, staff, alumni of the MA and MFA programs in Art and Art History, and visiting curators often with the assistance of graduate students providing curatorial and research support. As evidenced by the wide range of subject matter, the Hunter College Art Galleries present exhibitions which represent the interests and diversity of the faculty and student body. Exploring a multitude of periods, media, themes and approaches, the shows support the intellectual pursuits of Hunter College’s academic community.
The Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery located in the west building of the main campus offers a congenial venue for intimate exhibitions within walking distance of major New York City museums. The Hunter College 205 Hudson Street Gallery, is often utilized for large survey and retrospective exhibitions as well as the end-of-semester MFA Thesis show. The galleries present eight exhibitions annually, each accompanied by a publication.
The Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery at Hunter College: 68th Street and Lexington Avenue, SW corner, New York, NY 10065
Hunter College 205 Hudson Street Gallery, on Canal between Hudson and Greenwich, New York, NY 10013
All inquires should be directed to: Hunter College Art Galleries, 695 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10065
Tel: 212-772-4991; Fax: 212-772-4554