Enjoy thought-provoking artwork. Explore historical artifacts. Expand your mind with exhibits in the CMU art collection that represent a variety of artistic approaches and contribute to our educational and cultural mission.

All are welcome to visit these exhibits free of charge.

Baber Room Gallery

Third Floor Exhibition Space

Fourth Floor Exhibition Space

Clarke Historical Library Exhibition Space

Baber Room Gallery

Current exhibition

Danielle Eliska - Capitalize the B in Black

February 9, 2022 - March 26, 2023
Baber Room Gallery

Charles V. Park Library

Photography and collage works amplifying Black life and lineage by photographer and filmmaker Danielle Eliska.

Third-floor exhibition space

LGBT Progress Pride Flag on a flag pole blowing in the breeze with blue sky.

Coming Out CMU: An investigation on coming out and its effects on undergraduate students

Nov, 7 - Dec. 9, 2022
Third-Floor Exhibition Space
Charles V. Park Library

This exhibition is a capstone project by a student, Lucas Sherman, and encapsulates what the coming out experience may have been like for some members of the campus LGBT community based on quotes and ideas from various interviews that were conducted.

Join us for a Student Artist Reception:

Saturday, December 3, 2022
2:00 - 4:00 pm
Garden View Room (3rd Floor)
Charles V. Park Library

Fourth floor exhibition space

The Olga Denison Collection of Anishinabe Art

The Olga Denison Collection of Native American art and craft, consisting of hundreds of works, is part of the Clarke Historical Library’s holdings. A selection of the works is exhibited on the fourth floor. Learn more about the collection on the Clarke Historical Library website