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The University Art Gallery had its origins in the 1930s when it occupied a space in the University’s Cathedral of Learning. It was initially supported by Helen Clay Frick, who donated funds for the construction of the Frick Fine Arts Building to be a permanent home for the University of Pittsburgh’s art gallery and art library. Installed in the new building in 1965, the University Art Gallery now has a permanent collection of about 3,000 objects including the Gimbel Pennsylvania collection, a major collection of prints by 17th-century printmaker Jacques Callot, and miscellaneous works from ancient to contemporary, Asia to the U.S. The University Art Gallery is open to the general public for special exhibitions, and admission is always free.

Opening hours:
Mon - Fri  10 am - 4 pm   closed on Sat, Sun & Holidays

 

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