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exhibiting and interpreting important contemporary art;
encouraging cross-cultural communication and collaboration through a traditional folk arts program and its interface with contemporary art;
promoting the needs and interests of our diverse Western New York constituencies; and
increasing educational value, outreach, and participation for all exhibitions
The Castellani Art Museum houses an exciting collection of 20th century and contemporary artworks as well as folk arts and educational programming.
Call us to find out about the Stations of the Underground Railroad public sculpture program, which highlights Niagara county's as an underground railroad conduit for enslaved African-Americans in the 19th century.
We have activities available for children, a reasonably-priced museum shop, and tours of any kind are available with a few days advance notice.
An interactive computer installation is centrally located for all visitors to access information about our collections and programs.
Admission is free.
Wed-Sat: 11-5, Sun: 1-5
Donations are accepted, particularly for large groups and guided tours.
From Niagara Falls, drive east on 104 until you reach Niagara University;
From Buffalo drive north on 190, take exit 24, and follow signs to Niagara University;
from New York take 90 west, exit to 290, take 290 to 190 and follow directions from Buffalo.
From Toronto, take the QEW south over the Lewiston-Queenston Bridge and take 104 west to Niagara University.
Castellani Art Museum
A permanent art collection from the 19th century to the present.
Jean-Batiste Armand Guillaumin
Trees in Blossom at Saint Cheron (c.1885-88), oil on canvas.
Joan Mitchell, 1982, oil on canvas.
Roger Brown, 1981, oil on canvas.