Four major venues present an eclectic range of exhibitions and related activities to enhance the appreciation of art and support the educational mission of Lafayette.

Williams Center Gallery

The Williams Center hosts the finest performers in classical and world music, jazz, dance, theater, student-led Arts Society programs, and more. The Williams Center Gallery presents exhibitions incorporating a wide variety of media.

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Grossman Gallery

Located in the Williams Visual Arts Building, the Richard A. and Rissa W. Grossman Gallery often hosts events with local artists as part of the WVAB's mission to serve as a resource for both the campus and the surrounding community.

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Lass Gallery and Simon Room

Housed in Skillman Library, Lass Gallery exhibits photographs and works on paper, while the Simon Special Collections Room highlights the library’s special collections and archives.

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EPI/Riley Temple Art Gallery

Located in the David C. Portlock Black Cultural Center, the Temple Art Gallery displays the work of artists from historically underrepresented groups. See the 2011-12 schedule

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Art on North Third Street

Sculptures placed on the North Third Street Arts Campus are from the Art of Urban Environments Festival, the College's Art Collection or borrowed from Easton artist Karl Stirner.

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Locations and Hours

Williams Center Gallery
Morris R. Williams Center for the Arts
317 Hamilton Street (main campus)
(610) 330-5361, or email
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Sat. & Sun. 12-5 p.m.
Performance nights 7:30-9:30 p.m.

Richard A. and Rissa W. Grossman Gallery
Williams Visual Arts Building

243 North Third Street
(610) 330-5361, or email
Hours: Tues.-Fri. 11-5 p.m. and by appointment, Sat. 12-5 p.m.

Lass Gallery and Simon Room
David Bishop Skillman Library

(610) 330-5410, or email
Hours: Library hours

All exhibitions and related lectures are free and open to the public.