Hampshire College Art Gallery

A Space for Creative Experimentation

The Hampshire College Art Gallery has been in operation since the College opened in 1970. The gallery functions primarily as an exhibition space concentrating on, but not limited to, the visual arts. First and foremost, the mission of the gallery is to support the teaching functions of the College.

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Explore with Us

Installation view of the artist Madeleine Altman at the Hampshire College Art Gallery. A group of visitors watch a multimedia work on a composition of six flatscreens in a darkened gallery.

Current and Upcoming Exhibitions

We present exhibitions and installations that explore a variety of creative practices. In our gallery, artists engage relevant topics and experimental forms of making.

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Interior view of the Hampshire College Art Gallery’s atrium and empty gallery.

Division III Student Resources

A core component of our exhibition program are Division III student exhibitions. The Gallery supports students as they develop and plan these installations.

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Opening weekend artist's talk by Pablo Delano for the exhibition The Museum of the Old Colony, 2018. A group of seated visitors face a projector screen presentation and the Artist.

Plan Your Visit

We are located on the ground floor of the Harold F. Johnson Library Center, at the center of the campus, with convenient parking and an accessible entrance.

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