FALL RECESS: Gregory Allicar Museum of Art will close to the public on Saturday, November 19 and reopen Wednesday, November 30.
WINTER HOLIDAY: GAMA will also close on Saturday, December 17 and reopen Wednesday, January 18.
Wednesday: 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
Thursday: 10 a.m.–7:30 p.m.
Friday: 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
Sunday: 1–5 p.m.
Monday and Tuesday: Closed to the public and reserved for CSU class visits
Also closed for university holidays, and fall, winter and spring breaks
No reservations required
OPEN TO ALL AND ALWAYS FREE
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
Colorado State University and the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art no longer require masks to be worn in the galleries.
We are still committed to keeping our guests and staff safe and healthy. Here’s what we are doing to make sure that happens:
- Social distancing between staff members and visitors and between separate visitor groups is encouraged.
- No touch options are available throughout the museum: doors can be opened by attendants via switch; shop items can be handled by attendants upon request.
- Increased sanitation schedule.
- No touch hand sanitizer stations are available throughout the museum.
If you are CSU Art and Art History (AAH) faculty and would like to bring a class, please email Theresa.McLaren@colostate.edu.
If you are a non-AAH instructor who would like to bring students to the museum, an art historian can be available to meet the class to address the art on view and in the museum collections. Please email Theresa.McLaren@colostate.edu to arrange a visit.
LOCATION AND ACCESSIBILITY
Gregory Allicar Museum of Art is located on the first floor of the University Center for the Arts at 1400 Remington Street on the southeast end of the Colorado State University campus in Fort Collins, Colorado.
1400 Remington Street, Fort Collins, CO 80524
Phone (970) 491-1989 | email@example.com
The museum is fully wheelchair accessible and a wheelchair is available for visitors while visiting the museum on a first-come, first-served basis. Large-print and Spanish translations are available for exhibition texts. Assisted listening device are available for tours. Please call (970) 491-1989 in advance for special assistance.
Accessible entrances can be found at the Griffin Lobby Entrance near the giant Warhol Soup Can sculpture, with wheelchair accessible parking spaces on Remington Street, or by entering through the museum's sculpture garden from the alley to the east of the building.
Free parking is available on the streets surrounding the University Center for the Arts and paid parking is available in the CSU parking lot on the west side of College Avenue, which can be reached by entrances on Pitkin or Lake Streets.
A short stroll through the College Avenue underpass brings you through the Annual Trial Gardens to the University Center for the Arts.
The Hartford-Tandstad Collection came to the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art in 2014, approximately 200 works of art, including drawings, paintings, sculpture, and decorative arts, primarily dating from the late Renaissance through the 19th century. A selection of works is housed in three permanent galleries focused on themes of Global Encounters, Approaching Nature, and Dialogues with Power. Additional works from the collection are featured in rotating exhibitions.
THE GRIFFIN FOUNDATION GALLERY
In addition to our permanent collection installations, the Gregory Allicar Museum installs 7-10 temporary rotating exhibitions each year. The Griffin Foundation, our largest gallery, is reserved to continue this important aspect of our programming.
WORKS ON PAPER GALLERY
The Works on Paper Gallery features changing exhibitions, primarily drawn from our permanent collection of drawings, prints and photographs.
Building on Survivance, a semi-permanent exhibition curated by students in Dr. Emily Moore’s ART317: Native North American Art class, rotating displays of additional works add modern and contemporary art from the United States and from Latin America.
With creative diversity spanning over 50 countries and thousands of cultures, the arts of the African continent offer a window into unique local contexts and stylistic conventions. Such works of art promote the identity of the artists and cultures from which they originate, and highlight the visual differences found from one region to the next.
ROBERT W. HOFFERT LEARNING CENTER
Come enjoy the new Museum Living Room, the Robert W. Hoffert Learning Center, open from Tuesday to Saturday 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. A space for workshops, conferences, but also for your quiet reading and studying.