We look forward to your visit!
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Please Note: The Art Museum will be closed June 5-15 for installation of the new exhibition. Regular hours will resume on Friday, June 16.
Admission is free of charge.
We welcome visitors. Learn more.
Visitors may park in the Chapel Parking Lot located behind Bruyette Athenaeum. Handicap parking is available directly adjacent to Bruyette Athenaeum. Download our Campus Map.
The Art Museum is located in Bruyette Athenaeum, the first building on your right when entering through the Kathleen Driscoll Amatangelo Gates on Teulings Lane. Get directions to the University of Saint Joseph.
The Art Museum is wheelchair accessible. With sufficient notice, we can supply an assistive-listening device, provide a wheelchair, or arrange for a sign-language interpreter (fees may apply).
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