The two-story, 2000-square-foot Teaching Gallery presents work in all media by professional artists and is open to the public as well as the campus community.

The Teaching Gallery hosts annual student exhibitions, visiting artist talks and performances throughout the year.

Digital Photograph by Jean O'Malley
Now Available
Web-based, virtual exhibitions – the biennial Fine Arts and Digital Media Faculty Exhibit and an exhibit featuring work by Fine Arts and Digital Media alumni – will be offered for the Fall 2020 semester. The consecutive exhibits are titled “Home Alone 1” and “Home Alone 2,” a reference to the COVID-19 pandemic that’s kept many people mostly at home for several months, and will include work created during this period of mandated isolation.


Gallery exhibitions are supported by the Fine Arts, Theatre Arts and Digital Media Department, with assistance from the Cultural Affairs program. All exhibitions are installed and assisted by students in Gallery Management classes. Students learn the theories and practices of gallery management, exhibition development and artist relations.

The mission of the Teaching Gallery is to stimulate the creation and understanding of contemporary art for the benefit of Hudson Valley Community College and the larger community.

Get in Touch

Teaching Gallery
Administration Building, Room 013
Teaching Gallery Hours
Sunday & Monday: Closed
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Wednesday: 1 - 7 p.m.
Saturday: Noon - 4 p.m.