All in-person campus events and programs will be suspended through the end of the semester. In light of the recent CDC guidance to reduce community spread of the novel coronavirus, all in-person UArts events and programs will be postponed, canceled or moved to a virtual format.
We're proud to offer unique displays of work throughout our Center City campus. Read about our various venues for art on display.
Located in Hamilton Hall, Gallery One is Philadelphia's only student-run gallery and only one of a handful in the country.
Gallery 224 is used primarily for graduate students in the Museum Exhibition Planning + Design program.
Gallery 817 is one of three galleries curated by the Interdisciplinary Fine Arts program.
Gallery 1201 is the official gallery of the Game Art program.
The Photography Program Gallery features contemporary photography exhibitions.
Hamilton & Arronson Galleries, Solmssen Court
Exhibits are displayed in the main lobby, in Arronson Gallery and in Solmssen Court.
Hamilton Hall Platforms
The mission of the Hamilton Hall Public Art Initiative is to increase awareness and appreciation of the visual arts.
Philadelphia Art Alliance at UArts
UArts is developing the next chapter of the Art Alliance as a multidisciplinary, contemporary arts forum in the heart of Philadelphia.
President's Office Gallery
The President's Office features work made and curated by current students, alumni, faculty and staff.
The Printmaking Gallery is one of three galleries curated by the Interdisciplinary Fine Arts program.
Richard C. von Hess Illustration Gallery
The von Hess Gallery is the Illustration department's primary exhibit space.
The award-winning Rosenwald-Wolf is the University's main gallery.
The Sculpture Gallery is one of three galleries curated by the Interdisciplinary Fine Arts program.
Sol Mednick Gallery
Named in honor of the famed photographer and UArts alumnus, Sol Mednick is the University's primary photography gallery.