the renowned architect Marcel Breuer houses an important center for
the visual arts. Amid the lawns and trees of a spacious urban campus,
the Lehman College Art Gallery presents exhibitions and special programs,
readily accessible to the community and free of charge.
been bringing important contemporary art to our Bronx audience since
1984. The artists whose work has been featured in our exhibitions are linked here. Lehman College Art
Gallery strives to make significant opportunities available to emerging
artists to advance their work and their level of recognition. At the
same time the Gallery makes contemporary art accessible to our Bronx
audience as well as the greater New York City area.
College Art Gallery
Lehman College Art Gallery has been a pioneer in the use of interactive media. Projects range from the production of the Public Art in the Bronx Web site, a teacher's guide to over 100 public art projects in the borough, to interactive works of art and new media artist's residencies. And Bronx Architecture, a new online education project featuring eighty sites that date from the 17th century to the present.
Arts Learning Center
Lehman College Art Gallery has been a cultural and educational resource
for the Bronx community since 1985. Programs are offered to school groups
between kindergarten and twelfth grade, college classes, teachers, and
community members. Arts Learning Center programs
encourage students to develop critical thinking and communication skills
while expanding their understanding of art in the gallery. In the studio,
students learn to collaborate on installation projects, develop basic
arts skills, and make connections between art and their other classes.
Our unique location on the Lehman College Campus allows students the
opportunity to visualize college life and imagine a possible career
in the arts beyond school. The Arts Learning Center internship program
completes the circle by teaching college students to become educators
in the arts. By introducing significant visual arts close to home in
the Bronx, these programs can lay the foundation for a lifelong interest
in the arts.
the Lehman College Art Gallery is a wonderful way to support the arts
and at the same time help strengthen arts programming in the Bronx.
If you are interested in becoming a member, please call Mary Ann Siano
at (718) 960-8731 or click here for more
information and a printable membership form.
Supporters of Lehman College Art Gallery
Lily Auchincloss Foundation, Inc.;
Booth Ferris Foundation;
Cabot Creamery Cooperative;
Jarvis and Constance Doctorow Family Foundation;
Fund for Public Schools / The Armani Arts Elementary School Program;
Agnes Gund and Daniel Shapiro;
Institute of Museum and Library Services / Museums for America;
Ronald McDonald Children’s Foundation;
Joyce Mertz-Gilmore Foundation;
JPMorgan Chase Foundation;
National Endowment for the Arts;
National Endowment for the Humanities;
New York City Department of Cultural Affairs;
New York City Council through G. Oliver Koppell, Joel Rivera,
and the Bronx Delegation;
New York Council for the Humanities;
New York State Council on the Arts with the support of
Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature;
Ponce de Leon Federal Bank;
United Way of New York City;
H.W. Wilson Foundation;
The Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation;
The Cowles Charitable Trust;
The Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation;
The Edith and Herbert Lehman Foundation;
The Robert Lehman Foundation;
The Henry Luce Foundation;
The New York Community Trust;
The Beth Uffner Arts Fund;
The New York Times Company Foundation;
The New Yankee Stadium Community Benefits Fund;
The Reed Foundation;
The Rockefeller Foundation;
Trust for Mutual Understanding;
and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.
College Art Gallery
250 Bedford Park Boulevard West
Bronx, NY 10468-1589
Tel: 718-960-8731 Fax: 718-960-6991
Take the "4"or the "D" line to the Bedford Park
Walk west to the campus.
information call (718) 330-1234
The following NYC buses stop near the Lehman campus:
Nos. 1, 2,
3, 9, 10, 22, 26, 28, 12, and 34.
For information call (718) 330-1234.
Take the Major Deegan Expressway (1-87) to the Van Cortlandt
and turn left following Van Cortlandt Park up the hill. Make
right onto Goulden Avenue.
Go three blocks to collegethe gallery
is on the left in the Fine Arts Building at Gate 4.
Parking is available.
Take the Saw Mill/Henry Hudson Parkway to the Mosholu Parkway
Take the right turn lane just before the traffic light and go
one block to Sedgwick Avenue.
Make a quick left then a right onto Goulden
Avenue. Go three blocks to college
the gallery is on the left
the Fine Arts Building at Gate 4. Parking is available.