UCL Art Museum
We host three exhibitions a year in the UCL Art Museum main space, an Autumn, Winter and Summer programme open Mon-Fri, 1pm-5pm during UCL term time.
Along with our exhibitions programme we also run a series of Pop-Up displays on the last Friday of every month and on additional days to tie in with special events and to celebrate partnership working both internal and external to UCL.
For more information about our public programme please go to our What's On page.
Our autumn exhibition, Roderick Tye: The Human Presence is now open from 28 September - 18 December, Mon-Fri, 1pm-5pm. The exhibition focuses on the work of Slade sculptor Roderick Tye. For more information please go to the exhibition page.
Our Winter exhibition, Revolution under a King: French Prints 1789-92 will run from 11 January - 10 June 2016, Mon-Fri, 1pm-5pm. The exhibition will show a unique collection of prints from the first three years of the French Revolution. For more information please go to the exhibition page.
host a Pop-Up display on the last Friday of every month where UCL Art
Museum colleagues as well as UCL academic staff, students and volunteers
curate displays of work on a theme chosen by them, using our collection
of over 8,000 prints and drawings.
For more information or to get involved please visit Pop-Up displays
- Second Person Looking Out: 6th Annual Slade/UCL Art Museum Collaboration
- Time-based Media at UCL Art Museum
- Black Bloomsbury
To search the archive of previous exhibitions please go to Exhibitions archive.