The LSC Arts Program manages three exhibition spaces on campus: the Hallery, Curfman, and Duhesa Galleries. These galleries showcase work from nationally and internationally recognized artists as well as CSU students, staff and alumni.
Throughout the LSC, there are over 250 artworks, all of which are managed by the Arts Program. Moreover, these pieces create a diverse visual experience for all LSC visitors. Thus, it is our mission to share this collection with the CSU Community as it continues to grow.
Exhibitions in the LSC Arts galleries highlight the art from student, emerging and established artists. Thus, these exhibits focus on creating an environment for art to thrive. From funky inflatables to local mapping, the Arts Program shares diverse work all year.
How Can I Contact LSC Arts?
Do the Galleries Display Student Work?
Yes! There are many opportunities for students to showcase their art throughout the year in several locations in the LSC. Additionally, there is an annual student exhibition for students to submit work. For more information about the student exhibition follow the LSC Arts Program on Facebook at “LSC Arts at CSU”.
Where Are The Galleries Located?
The galleries are located in the Lory Student Center. You can find the Curfman Gallery on the 200 level near the South entrance across from Morgan Library, while the Duhesa Gallery can be found on the 300 level of the LSC near the Grand Ballroom and the Native American Cultural Center. Finally, the Hallery exhibition space is located on the 100 level of the LSC near the CSU Bookstore.
How Will I Know When a New Exhibit is Coming?
Keep up with all of the Art Program happenings by following us on Facebook at “LSC Arts at CSU” and Instagram @csulscarts or check our website.
Where Can I Find Hours of Operation
As a note, the Curfman Gallery hours are subject to change. For closures and exhibition changes, check out our Galleries page.
Spring 2020 Hours:
10am – 7pm
10am – 6pm
12pm – 6pm