General Information
President's Gallery
University Gallery

General Information

Student Art CompetitionThere are two galleries on the CSU campus:
The President's Gallery is located on the 3rd floor of the Cook Administration Building and is open-to-the public during regular office hours Monday through Friday.

The University Gallery is located on 1F, the west entrance of the Williams Science Center Building; hours vary by the event.

The galleries provide at least four to five yearly exhibitions to advance the appreciation and understanding of the visual arts within the University and the community residing in Chicago and vicinity.

The gallery program is actively dedicated to the education of its audience, displaying work by professional artists with accompanying lectures, demonstrations, workshops and catalogs. The galleries provide our students with the ability to study and enjoy original works of art firsthand, and become acquainted with working artists and their practice and ideas. There is an annual juried student competition in the President's Gallery and regular student and professional exhibitions and events in the University Gallery.

Information about the gallery and other events in Art and Design is posted on the Art and Design Facebook page.

Parking on campus is $5.00.

President's Gallery

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March 9 – April 22, 2015
Opening: March 10, 2015 - 1:00pm
Prof. Joyce Owens
Chicago State University's President's Gallery
9501 S. King Drive
Cook Administration Building., 3rd Floor • 773-995-3984

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Art and Design
Gallery hours: 8:30 A.M. to 5:50 P.M. (M - F) Free and open to the public.
Parking on campus is $5.00.

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Recent Exhibits

University Gallery

The CSU Alumni weekend bring alumni artists to the University Gallery on Saturday, Sept. 10 at 1:30pm until 3pm in the Williams Science Building. A discussion on the "Art of collecting Fine Art" led by Patric McCoy, President of Diasporal Rhythms, a collectors organization dedicated to collecting and promoting living African American artists.