The George Segal Gallery remains closed
In response to the ongoing pandemic, the Segal Gallery will remain closed throughout the Spring 2021 semester. We are planning to reopen to the public with a brand new exhibition in September 2021.
While the Segal Gallery may be closed to the public this semester, our educational programming will continue with options such as Zoom-based presentations and interactions, and on-campus tours for small groups following CDC guidelines. Such tours can incorporate outdoor sculpture and other artwork installed around campus. Please contact Education Coordinator Adam Swart to explore these options and determine which approach will work best for you and your group or class.
Gallery staff can be reached via email and/or phone. We thank you for your support and interest.