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Picker Art Gallery, Colgate University
13 Oak Drive
Hamilton, New York
Phone: (315) 824-7634 --
Statement of Purpose:
Be it resolved that the Picker Art Gallery, founded in 1966 and housed in the Charles A. Dana Center for the Creative Arts on the Colgate campus in Hamilton, New York, is a permanent department of Colgate University. The Picker Art Gallery shall not
exist under seperate Articles of Incorporation from Colgate University as a result of its university affiliation and ownership. The University recognizes its obligation to maintain a suitable facility and the permanent collections, as well as to retain
a Director who will serve as Chief Executive and general administrative head of the Gallery.
Highlights & Collections:
The Picker Art Gallery, located in the Charles A. Dana Arts Center of Colgate
University, has enriched the educational and cultural life of a broad community
since 1966. It is the place on campus for all people to develop and pursue their
interests in the visual arts. As the only public fine arts facility in Madison
and Chenango Counties, The Picker Art Gallery encourages all interested persons
in the Mid-York area to take full advantage of its permanent collection, free
exhibitions, and special events.
Exhibits & Special Events:
The Gallery is open
10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily. Special times for groups - includeing students
kindergarten - college and senior citizens - with guided tours may be easily
Admission & Directions:
The gallery is accessible by wheelchair and admission is free of
chared. For additional information telephone (315) 824-7634.
The Picker Art Gallery is located in the Charles A. Dana Center for the Creative Arts on the Colgate University campus. It is near the traffic light at College
and Broad Streets (NY Route 46 to 12B and Route 12 to 12B).
"Phenomena Blue Condensation Ritual"
Paul Jenkins (american, b. in 1923) 1977, Acrylic on canvas, Deferred gift of Dr. Luther W. Brady, DFA '88, Acc. No. L1996.18.
"A Game of Dice"
Joseph Parrocel (French, 1646-1704). Oil on canvas, Purchase, Robert J. Gerberg '59, p'85 Fund, Acc. No. 1984.146
Key Personnel:Dr. Dewey F. Mosby, Director
Jennifer Olson - Rudenko, Registrar / Asst. Curator;
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