Save the date: February 11, 2013 – Opening “Spring in Arlington”
About Founders Art Gallery
The Founders Art Gallery in Founders Hall is intended to engage the arts, the artists and the diverse audience of professional students, graduate level faculty and professional society in an exchange of ideas and practice.
Founders Art Gallery at George Mason University Arlington campus is intended to engage the arts, the artists and the diverse audience of professional students, graduate level faculty and professional society in an exchange of ideas and practice.
This gallery space is dedicated to the visual expression of truth/beauty and is to serve as a laboratory for the professional exercise of arts management by graduate students of the College of Visual & Performing Arts' Arts Management Program.
During 2012-2013, five individual exhibitions are scheduled. Each exhibit will have its own unique opening that will attract audiences for a variety of reasons. We welcome an opportunity to share the exhibit (usually of a 6 week duration) with a sponsor who will help in defraying the cost of an opening event and for promotingthe experience with others.
Any party interested in sponsoring an exhibit is invited to contact Richard Kamenitzer, Program Director of Arts Management at 703-993-9194 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Map and Directions
Metro and BusFounders Hall is easily accessible via the VA Square-GMU stop. Click here for walking map VA Square metro stop to Founders Hall. Use Trip Planner for door-to-door Bus/Metro itineraries.
Visitor parking is available at the Founders Hall garage.
To access the Founders Hall garage, use the alley behind Founders Hall, turning off either Kirkwood Drive (between Hazel Hall and Truland Building) or Washington Boulevard at the traffic signal between Giant and GMU Foundation Building (come down the hill and go past the GMUF garage and the Original Building loading dock).
Metered parking is available on the surrounding streets. There is also a parking lot down the street (on Herndon St), which is quite reasonable at $5 and open until 11PM and just a few minutes walk to Truland and Founders Hall.