Looking forward to 2024
The Palmer Museum of Art at Penn State is temporarily closed to the public as it transitions to the new Palmer Museum at the Arboretum, which is slated to open June 1, 2024.
Temporarily closed until the new museum opens at the Arboretum June 1, 2024.
Opening ExhibitionsCheck out the special exhibitions that will be on view when the new Palmer Museum opens on June 1, 2024!
MADE in PA
June 1-December 1, 2024
Michael J. and Aimee Rusinko Kakos Galleries, Level 1, and Jason D. Kogan Gallery, Level 2
Made in PA on Paper
June 1-September 8, 2024
Works on Paper Gallery, Level 2
The Art of Teaching: Medical Education and the Integrated Curriculum
June 1-September 1, 2024
Lee and Barbara Maimon Teaching Gallery, Level 2
NEW Palmer Museum
The Palmer Museum of Art is constructing a new museum within the Arboretum at Penn State to replace the current building on Curtin Road. The innovative new Palmer will be a larger facility that features education spaces, including a teaching gallery, flexible event spaces, and nearly twice the exhibition space of the current museum, allowing for expanded student, faculty, and public access to Penn State’s growing collection of 10,500 works of art.
To access information about the new Palmer Museum of Art and the Arboretum at Penn State, please click to view the new fly-through animation of the new museum or visit our online media room below.
Online Media Room