University Art Museum

California State University, Long Beach (Cal State Long Beach) | Long Beach, CA

Visit University Art Museum!

Address: 1250 Bellflower Boulevard, Long Beach, CA 90840 | Website: web.csulb.edu/org/uam | Phone: (562) 985-5761 | Email: uam@csulb.edu

Hours:

  • Main Gallery: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Sunday: 12pm - 5pm | Wednesday: 12pm - 8pm | Friday & Saturday: Closed.
  • Permanent Collection Gallery: Monday - Thursday: 8am-7pm | Friday: 8am - 5pm | Saturday: Closed | Sunday: 12pm - 5pm

Please note hours are subject to change. The UAM is closed all University holidays.

Admission: Free

Parking:

Please note campus parking rules have changed. The daily permit rate is $7 and you will need your license plate number for the new permit kiosks. University Art Museum and disabled parking spaces are available in Lot 15. UAM Permits are available at the yellow dispenser for $7. Additional and short term parking is available in Lot 17.

Maps, updated campus parking information, and construction schedules are available via the CSULB Maps, Traffic, and Parking Information page.

Schedule a Tour!

All museum exhibition tours are free of charge. To request a docent led gallery tour, please submit your request at least two weeks prior to your preferred visit date. Please click here for the Gallery Tour Request form.

Community groups, organizations, and clubs are encouraged to contact the UAM to schedule a tour. To schedule a docent−led tour or a self−guided group tour please contact: Christina Alegria, Curator of Education at christina.alegria@csulb.edu or 562-985-7601.

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About University Art Museum

The University Art Museum, located on the campus of California State University, Long Beach, is a unique cultural institution that champions new and often challenging ideas through wide−ranging exhibitions and provocative programs. Begun as a significant campus gallery in 1973 and accredited by the American Alliance of Museums in 1984, the UAM remains an important resource in the field of visual arts for the largest comprehensive university system in the nation.

The UAM curatorial vision focuses on tension and interplay at the nexus of contemporary art and society. The UAM program of dynamic solo exhibitions and landmark group presentations define key moments in contemporary art, reflect the global nature of art today, and span a vast array of cultural activities and media. Through dedication to scholarly and artistic excellence, the UAM has earned a reputation for its high−quality exhibitions and award−winning publications. The museum also plays a vital role in training future museum professionals, art educators, arts administrators, and artists.

Ranking among the top ten−percent of the nation’s 16,000 plus museums, and praised as one of the top museums in the state by the California Arts Council, the UAM maintains a permanent collection of site−specific outdoor sculpture, works of art on paper, and the Gordon Hampton Collection of American painting and prints, that have brought recognition to the university and the city of Long Beach.