Exhibition Spaces

The Martha and Robert Fogelman Galleries of Contemporary Art
230 and 240 Art and Communication Building
901.678.2216
fogelmangalleries@memphis.edu
Admission is free

Mission Statement
Founded in 2013, The Martha and Robert Fogelman Galleries of Contemporary Art serves as a professional exhibition space and teaching gallery for the University of Memphis Department of Art. The Fogelman Galleries presents a rich series of temporary exhibitions and public programs produced in collaboration with artists, curators, faculty, and students. Comprised of two gallery spaces spanning 3,200 square feet, it serves as a significant venue for contemporary art in Memphis and the Mid-South region.

As a teaching gallery, the Fogelman Galleries provides students and educators with interdisciplinary experiences offering direct engagement with contemporary art and its makers. The Fogelman Galleries also hosts departmental BFA and MFA thesis exhibitions, working with students to exhibit their work in a professional gallery setting. With its focus on contemporary art, the Fogelman Galleries attracts nationally and internationally recognized artists to the U of M campus—enriching the curriculum and broadening our students' understanding of today's world through the lens of art.


The Art Museum of the University of Memphis (AMUM)
142 Communication and Fine Arts Building
901.678.2224
artmuseum@memphis.edu

Admission is free

Inaugurated in 1981, the Art Museum at the University of Memphis (AMUM) is open to the public Monday-Saturday throughout the year. In its six galleries, AMUM displays contemporary art projects, 19th and 20th century art and design, African traditional art and Egyptian antiquities from the collection of the Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology. AMUM's growing research collections, including the Samuel H. Crone drawings and archives, Andy Warhol photographs and prints, the Robert and Martha Fogelman collection of African art are regularly used by University of Memphis art and museum studies students and professors and are available by appointment to other researchers. AMUM's active social media sites, including Facebook and Twitter, provide constant project and event updates. The museum welcomes inquiries about hosting after hours private events.


Institute of Egyptian Art & Archaeology
Egyptian Exhibit
Art Museum of the University of Memphis
142 Communication & Fine Arts Building
The University of Memphis
Memphis, TN 38152
Office: 315 Art & Communication Building
Phone: (901) 678-2555

As part of its mission of outreach and community education, as well as to support the research and teaching missions of University of Memphis, the Institute of Egyptian Art & Archaeology, (hereafter IEAA), maintains a collection of over fourteen hundred ancient Egyptian antiquities. These artifacts are housed in the Art Museum of the University of Memphis. Approximately 200 of those objects, most ranging in date from 3800 B.C.E. to 700 C.E., are on permanent exhibition in the Egyptian Gallery of the Art Museum of the University of Memphis.


BOX Gallery
100 Art and Communication Building
3715 Central Ave. (across from the Holiday Inn)
901.678.2216
Admission is free

The BOX Gallery is the student-run gallery at the University of Memphis. Programming consists of three-week shows as well as artist talks and other events.