The Cantor Arts Center fosters bold, imaginative, and experimental approaches to its robust and dynamic exhibition program. Each year, the museum mounts more than 20 new exhibitions. Ranging in size and scope, the exhibitions feature works from ancient to contemporary art, drawing on cultures from Africa to Asia, the Americas, and Europe, and showcasing sculpture, painting, photography, drawing, and printmaking.
The Cantor exhibition program is distinguished by its connection to the academic life of the university. The themes and focus of each exhibition are specifically developed to create new learning opportunities for students from a wide variety of disciplines.
All exhibitions are free and open to the public. With more than 270,000 visitors a year to the Cantor, these exhibitions are extraordinary resources on campus, in the broader community, and well beyond.