Rowan University Art Gallery & Museum
ROWAN UNIVERSITY ART GALLERY & MUSEUM
A Museum Destination for Contemporary Art
Rowan University Art Gallery & Museum serves as a vibrant cultural destination for South Jersey, the Rowan community, and surrounding region. We are committed to cultivating an inclusive, accessible, and just environment that encourages dialogue and collaboration between exhibiting artists, students, faculty, the general public, and other cultural institutions through the presentation of interdisciplinary art exhibitions, artist talks and other public programming. We present diverse forms of contemporary art by professional artists with content that is thought provoking, relevant, and timely. Our mission is to engender curiosity and a passion for contemporary art, enrich the quality of life for area residents, create a welcoming and inclusive cultural destination at Rowan University, and function as a resource for contemporary art throughout the region.
Programming is developed in collaboration with other academic areas including: engineering, sociology, anthropology, history, education, environmental studies, social justice, performing arts, and gender studies programs. Programming has included many group and solo exhibitions by internationally recognized artists such as: Mel Chin, Willie Cole, Joyce Kozloff, Beverly Semmes, Dread Scott, Diane Burko, Ebony Patterson, Saya Woolfalk, Jeanne Silverthorne, Federico Solmi, Syd Carpenter, Genevieve Gaignard, Wendy Red Star, Tommy Kha and other notable artists.
Mary Salvante, M.S. AADM
Director, Chief Curator
Kristin Qualls, M.F.A.
Rowan University Art Gallery & Museum / 301 High ST W
Free 2 hour public parking is available at the 10 Mick Drive Parking Garage across from the gallery. Free public parking is also available on High Street. Parking in the employee lot behind the gallery is open to visitors on Saturdays.
The Center for Art & Social Engagement / Westby Hall
Please be sure to stop by The Welcome Gate, located at 1 Memorial Circle, Glassboro, NJ 08028. From here, you will be directed to a free parking location. It is a short walk from the Welcome Gate to Westby Hall.