The Arts & Exhibition Program will create the groundwork for enhancing teaching, intellectual curiosity, research, community engagement, and the visual quality of our university through a dynamic arts and exhibits program. The goal of this planning program includes establishing consensus and management tools for the installation, organization and documentation of visual arts on campus, as well as exhibits of exemplary archival, scholarly and research material.
Several campus-wide initiatives are underway to support the goals of this initiative, including a survey and evaluation of potential exhibit sites across all campuses, establishment of a professional registry and database of art assets currently owned by the University, a pilot exhibit installation on Jack Kerouac exhibit at the Allen House, and launching an Art in Architecture program in conjunction with the construction of the Pulichino Tong Building.
Additional working groups have been formed to address pilot projects.
Pillars of Excellence: