Our newest museum will open in the 2016-17 academic year, replacing the Nelson Gallery. It began with a $2 million gift from Margrit Mondavi and a naming gift of $10 million from Jan Shrem and his wife, Maria Manetti Shrem.
The Carl N. Gorman Museum, housed in Hart Hall, exhibits contemporary Native American and other indigenous art.
Located in Cruess Hall, the Design Museum has changing exhibitions of architecture, costumes, graphics, textiles, new media and popular culture that reflect the multifaceted and global aspects of design.
The Richard L. Nelson Gallery and Fine Arts Collection features quarterly exhibitions of contemporary art, visual culture and selections from the university's permanent collection of some 5,000 works.