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Students snapping cell phone photos of art in the Tonkin Gallery of Studio Glass and Ceramics

Palmer at a Glance

Hours

Hours

Tuesday–Friday | 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saturday | 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Sunday | Noon to 4:00 p.m.

Closed Mondays and some holidays

FREE ADMISSION

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Location

The Palmer is located on Curtin Road near the Forum building, Pasquerilla Spiritual Center-Eisenhower Chapel, and Stuckeman Family building.

Parking

Visitor parking for the Palmer Museum of Art is available for $1 per hour at the Nittany and East Parking Decks.

Palmer Museum Parking Google Map

ADA parking is available in lots adjacent to the Palmer with a valid Penn State day permit in addition to the valid state-issued ADA placard or license plate. One-day permits may be obtained from the University Parking Office in Eisenhower Parking Deck on Shortlidge Road, from campus kiosks, or from the Happy Valley Adventure Bureau on Park Avenue next to Beaver Stadium. ADA parking is also available on each level of the Nittany and East Parking Decks. Elevators are located at the southeast and northwest corners of the Nittany Deck and southwest and northwest corners of the East Deck.

For more information about parking or permits, call the parking office at 814-865-1436.

News from A&A

Opera ‘A Marvelous Order’ to make world premiere Oct. 20 in Eisenhower Auditorium

In conjunction with the opera's debut, the Palmer Museum of Art will host an exhibit featuring a collection of the director’s “blueprint” cyanotypes created with the event.

In conjunction, Palmer Museum presents an exhibit of works by opera’s director   The Center for the Performing Arts at Penn State will present the world premiere of the contemporary


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Alumnus and New York City art dealer makes transformative gift to Palmer Museum

Will Ameringer and Kevin Byrne have committed $4 million to establish the Kevin and Will Ameringer-Byrne Museum Excellence Endowment and have given a collection of 19 works of art.
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Locke's essay published in Field Language: The Painting and Poetry of Warren and Jane Rohrer

Nancy Locke’s essay, “Work, Labor, Matter: Warren Rohrer’s Abstraction,” appears in Field Language: The Painting and Poetry of Warren and Jane Rohrer.
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Palmer Museum of Art at Penn State

814-865-7673

Curtin Road
University Park, PA
16802