Plattsburgh State Art Museum
A year-round schedule of changing exhibitions is offered to the college and the public, presenting a variety of contemporary artists, collections, traveling exhibitions, and faculty and student artwork.
Venues include the Rockwell Kent Gallery located in the Feinberg Library, and the Burke Gallery and the Myers Lobby Gallery located in the Myers Fine Arts building. Additional special exhibitions, sponsored by various sectors of the college, are presented at locations around campus. An extensive visiting artist program is maintained by the academic Art Department.
Building on the philosopher André Malraux’s concept of the musée imaginaire, the installation program “Museum Without Walls” forms an aesthetic network across the campus that makes the arts part of the fabric of the college and community.
The museum is additionally the repository of one of the most complete collections in the country of the works of Rockwell Kent and is the home of the Rockwell Kent Gallery and Collection.
The museum sponsors a variety of programs, both public and academic, as well as publications, membership and our Museum Shop. The museum facilitates the graduating B.F.A. candidates’ “Senior Exhibition,” and offers internships in Museum Operations and Research.
Summer Studio Selections
Exhibition of works from 2017–18 in a variety of media by Art studio students.
- June – August 2018
- Lobby Gallery (open during building hours and Sat.–Sun. 12 noon–4 p.m.), Myers Fine Arts Building
CLOSED FOR RENOVATION: Rockwell Kent Gallery, Burke Gallery, Winkel Sculpture Court, Slatkin Study Room
At present, the Rockwell Kent Gallery in Feinberg Library and the Burke Gallery, the Winkel Sculpture Court, and the Slatkin Study Room in the Myers Fine Arts Building are closed. They will re-open in September 2018.
Please visit the Hyde Collection in Glens Falls, NY, to see a large number of Rockwell Kent's paintings owned by the Plattsburgh State Art Museum exhibited in "Rockwell Kent: Prints from the Ralf C. Nemec Collection & Paintings from North Country Collections" (Through July 22, 2018).
The Museum Shop
The Rockwell Kent Gallery houses a small museum shop with a selection of greeting cards showing Kent's illustrations as well as several scholarly and popular books about him and his work. During current campus renovations, the shop is located in the Regina Slatkin Study Room in the Myers Fine Arts Building.
- Burke Gallery
- Myers Lobby Gallery
- Rockwell Kent Collection
- Slatkin Study Room Gallery
- Winkel Sculpture Courtyard
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