View of Nichols Gallery from upper floor

About the Galleries

The Pitzer College Art Galleries’ mandate is Education and Advocacy through the Pitzer College core values—social responsibility, intercultural understanding, interdisciplinary learning, student engagement, and environmental sustainability. By following these precepts, Pitzer College Art Galleries engage and interrogate contemporary and historical issues of importance to expand our audiences’ understanding and contribution to our artistic, intellectual, and social culture. Through curatorial creativity and innovative programming, the Galleries seek to provide context, support, and a critical framework for artists and curators working today and, by doing so, inspire meaningful dialogue that fascinates, excites, and invigorates.

Galleries Staff

Ciara Ennis
Director and Curator

Christopher Michno
Exhibitions and Communications Manager

Preparator
(to be filled)

Curatorial Intern
Jessica Sass ’22

Social Media Intern
Grace Russell ’20

Galleries Interns
Fiona Baler ’23
Shelby Ottengheime ’22

 

Contact

909.607.8797
pitzer_galleries@pitzer.edu
www.pitzer.edu/galleries

Galleries Hours
Tuesday-Friday, Noon – 5 p.m.
or by appointment. The Galleries are currently closed for installation and will resume regular hours Tuesday, September 17, 2019.

Location
Our exhibitions are in two locations on the Pitzer College campus:

Nichols Gallery
Broad Center
1060 N Mills Avenue
Nichols Gallery map

The Lenzner Family Art Gallery
Atherton Hall
1050 N Mills Avenue (North on the campus service road West of Claremont Blvd and 9th Street)
Lenzner Family Gallery map

Parking
Parking at the Claremont Colleges is regulated by Campus Safety. All vehicles parking in visitor spaces on campus lots on weekdays must display a temporary parking permit, which can be obtained from Campus Safety at no cost. If you are attending our opening reception or a symposium on the weekend, a permit is not required to park in visitor spaces.

Street parking on Claremont Boulevard does not require a permit and is less than a five minute walk from the Lenzner Family Art Gallery.