About Tyler Art Gallery

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Tyler Art Gallery, presents approximately twelve art exhibitions each year in two gallery spaces, including outstanding traveling exhibitions, locally-produced loan exhibitions and the best work of the students and faculty. Exhibitions are usually interdisciplinary in nature so that the gallery's programs will be of relevance to a wide range of campus interests, as well as that of the public at large.

Tyler Art Gallery is a teaching gallery, regularly used by art classes as a means of providing an essential opportunity for students to have a direct encounter with original works of art of professional quality. The gallery also serves as a training base for the Museum Studies Program, giving students the opportunity to see and participate in the day-to-day workings of an art gallery

The Gallery also has a permanent collection of European, African, and American drawings, prints, paintings, ceramics, and sculpture from the 18th century to the present. The Grant Arnold Collection of Fine Prints contains over 500 prints by prominent American printmakers of the first half of the twentieth century.

The Gallery exhibition program is made possible through the support of the college; Auxiliary Services, SUNY College at Oswego, Inc.; Student Association; Artswego: The Arts Programming Board; and outside grants.

Members of the Student Art Exhibition Committee, which receives funding from the Student Association, are responsible for the annual student exhibition.

Office: (315) 312-2112
Michael Flanagan,  Director, michael.flanagan @ oswego.edu