THE CASTELLANI ART MUSEUM IS CLOSED ON LABOR DAY. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2014. We will be open over the weekend: 11-5 Saturday, August 30 and 1-5, Sunday, August 31.

The Castellani Art Museum serves as a cultural resource for Niagara University and its surrounding community and an attraction for regional and international tourists. Exhibitions of nationally known and emerging contemporary artists and traditional folk arts are presented each year. Artist talks, workshops and educational programming accompany each exhibition. Niagara County's only collecting art museum, the Castellani has a permanent collection of over 5700 works of art, including well known artists such as Picasso, Miro, Dali, Calder, Nevelson, Warhol and many others. Admission is always free. Donations welcome!

THE CASTELLANI ART MUSEUM'S 12th ANNUAL GALA: "ILLUMINATION!" CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS

HOURS OF OPERATION:

Tuesday - Saturday 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Sunday 1:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Closed Mondays

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Current Exhibits

Byron Rich: Protista Imperialis

August 3, 2014 - February 8, 2015

Artist Byron Rich[http://www.byronrich.com] describes his work as “multi-disciplinary, embracing scientific amateurism and critical analysis of societal trends. I attempt to integrate biological science, computing, interactivity, digital media, photography (digital and wet) and sculptural elements to convey my conceptual motivations.” The Castellani... Read More »

 

Between Two Worlds: Pour Paperworks by Sarah Brayer

July 20, 2014 - December 21, 2014

Sarah Brayer, a Rochester-born artist living in Kyoto since the 1980s, makes large-scale, handmade paperworks as the only Westerner working in the 800 year old papermaking village of Echizen. The wall panels, screens, and scrolls that she produces using... Read More »

 

Between Two Worlds: Poured Paperworks by Sarah Brayer

July 20, 2014 - December 21, 2014

Sarah Brayer, a Rochester-born artist living in Kyoto since the 1980s, makes large-scale, handmade paperworks as the only Westerner working in the 800 year old papermaking village of Echizen. The wall panels, screens, and scrolls that she produces using... Read More »