The Gregory Allicar Museum of Art (formerly known as University Art Museum) invites individuals to engage with art and each other to inspire fresh perspectives and wonder.  The museum is a catalyst for visual literacy and critical thinking that instills a passion for learning.

The Museum is located in the University Center for the Arts at 1400 Remington Street, is open Tuesday – Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and is always free and open to the public. For more information call 970-491-1989 or www.artmuseum.colostate.edu

The Hatton Gallery is located in the Visual Arts Building and provides an important venue for exhibiting contemporary and historical art that is, in many cases, directed to specific studio explorations in our numerous concentrations. The gallery strives to engage with the global arts community through local, national, and international exhibitions showcasing the work of emerging and established artists alike. At the same time, the Hatton seeks to foster the creative development of students in the Department of Art and provide an exhibition space for experimental works by undergraduate and graduate students alike. The gallery is also committed to creating an educational environment, allowing faculty to draw on exhibitions as teaching tools on topics in the history of art, museum studies, and curatorial practices. It is the home to CIIPE, the Colorado International Invitational Poster Exhibit as well as the BFA Thesis Exhibition.

The Directions Gallery allows faculty and guests to exhibit throughout the calendar year. This is an important venue for students to interact with the creative efforts of their faculty.

The Mini Gallery provides exhibition space for both undergraduate and graduate students on a weekly basis through the year.