Opening this fall, Kennesaw State University’s Zuckerman Art Museum, a $3 million, 9,200-square-foot facility.
The Bernard A. Zuckerman Art Museum will house the university’s permanent art collection, provide a center for interdisciplinary research, and will serve as a cultural resource for the community. It includes three rotating exhibition galleries as well as the Ruth V. Zuckerman Pavilion, a glass atrium devoted to the sculpture work of Mr. Zuckerman’s late wife, who was renowned for her work in stone and bronze.
“The art museum will become the hub of the Arts District on campus, providing a welcoming center that physically connects the corridor between the concert hall of the Bailey Performance Center and the two theaters,” said College of the Arts Dean Joseph Meeks. “Students and the community will be able to partake in multiple arts experiences on every visit to campus.”
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