Department Galleries and Exhibitions

Department exhibitions include student, faculty, and class-based exhibitions.

East Sibley Exhibition Hallway

view of a white hallway with posters hung on both sides and a monitor hanging from the ceiling

Curated by the Department of Architecture, this hallway gallery, located on the first floor of East Sibley Hall, features work by the department's students and faculty.

Experimental Gallery

    young man dressed in black standing in a gallery with large windows and wooden floors

    Curated by the Department of Art, this space features a 20-foot ceiling and bird's eye views from windows on the second floor. This gallery is located in 102 Tjaden Hall. Hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m–5 p.m. Applications to exhibit in the Experimental Gallery during the fall semester are due by May 1, and applications to exhibit during the spring semester are due by November 1 of the previous year.

    Olive Tjaden Gallery

      view of a gallery with white walls and many pieces hung on the walls

      Curated by the Department of Art and named in honor of Olive Tjaden Van Sickle '25, a pioneering female architect and graduate of AAP, this gallery has a moveable wall to cover the windows. Hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m–5 p.m. Applications to exhibit in the Olive Tjaden Gallery during the fall semester are due by May 1, and applications to exhibit during the spring semester are due by November 1 of the previous year.

      West Sibley Exhibition Hallway

      students presenting materials on a wall in a hallway with many people watching them

      Curated by the Department of City and Regional Planning, this hallway gallery features work from the department and aims to support its pedagogy. Exhibitions can be mounted by faculty or students and may contain work produced in the department or elsewhere.