About the Zuckerman Museum
A unit of the School of Art and Design, the Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art serves as a vital academic resource and cultural focus for students, faculty and members of the community. The Zuckerman presents significant works from the University’s permanent art collection and regularly exhibits contemporary works of various media by local and nationally-recognized artists. The Museum's Fine Arts Satellite Gallery in the Wilson Building features faculty, student and alumni projects. The ZMA also serves as a center for education and professional development.
Mission & Values
In keeping with the University's mission of teaching, research, and service, the Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art (ZMA) serves as a vital academic resource and cultural focus for students, faculty and members of the community and seeks to exhibit, collect, preserve, and interpret significant works of art. Through dynamic programming, we encourage the exchange of ideas that inspire, educate, and foster an appreciation of the visual arts in our community and the region.
The ZMA Art Collection is a repository for original works of art held in the public trust and serves as a valuable resource for research and education.
- Provide an arts education focused on critical thinking, creative problem solving, and effective communication
- Advance our educational vision by connecting theory and praxis
- Engage in creative programming, partnerships, and dialogue with regional, national, and global communities
- Support and enhance our internal and external communities through service activities, service learning, and leadership
- Pioneer innovative approaches to evolving artistic trends in the 21st Century
- Honor historical approaches to artistic production and scholarship
- Foster a welcoming community of artists, scholars, and professionals that honors interdisciplinarity and diversity
- Promote receptivity to diverse cultural, social, and artistic values
- Commit to integration of technological innovation in teaching, research, creative activity, and scholarship