Postcrypt art gallery

From WikiCU
Revision as of 19:58, 6 December 2008 by Achingautobahn (talk | contribs) (External Links)
Jump to: navigation, search

Postcrypt Art Gallery is a unique space on the Columbia University campus designed to provide student artists and curators with the opportunity to create, curate, and exhibit their work. Since its inception in 1989, when an enterprising group of Columbia undergraduate students took the initiative to transform the unused basement space of the St. Paul's Chapel into an exhibition space, Postcrypt Art Gallery has been the artistic pulse of the Columbia campus. The gallery serves as the only gallery space exclusively dedicated to the exhibition of undergraduate art, and student artists from CC, SEAS, BC, and GS are provided with the opportunity to exhibit their work, regardless of their involvement with the Visual Arts Department.

External Links

Postcrypt Art Gallery Official Website