Located at the heart of the University of Pennsylvania, the Arthur Ross Gallery is an intimate exhibition space that presents thought-provoking exhibitions of art across cultures, media and time. Curators, scholars, artists, and Penn students present original research through exhibitions, symposia, and curatorial seminars. Exhibition-related programs include films, music, performances, spoken word, talks, and tours.
The Arthur Ross Gallery opened it’s doors in 1983 with the exhibition Francisco Goya y Lucientes, The Disasters of War, La Tauromaquia, Spanish Entertainment and other prints from the Collection of the Arthur Ross Foundation. And today, with its multiple exhibitions a year, monthly 12@12 lectures, weekly yoga with Anisha, plus symposia, performances, workshops (and the list goes on), there’s always something happening atthe Arthur Ross Gallery. Thirty-six years in, it continues to be a great resource for Penn students and community members alike.
220 South 34th Street
Housed in the Fisher Fine Arts Library building
Philadelphia, PA 19104
between Walnut and Spruce Streets