The Binghamton University Art Museum offers a dynamic schedule of exhibitions that are free and open to the public. The Main Gallery hosts four changing exhibitions per year. Overlooking the Main Gallery is the Susan M. Reifer '65 and Stanley J. Reifer '64 Mezzanine Gallery, which may be used for temporary exhibitions or displays of objects from the museum's permanent collection. Other temporary exhibitions are on view downstairs in the Nancy J. Powell Gallery. Here, small gallery spaces are given over to student-curated exhibitions during the academic year. These draw from the permanent collection and are curated either by a group of students in the context of a class or by individual students undertaking independent study.

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