Rosenberg Gallery and The Commons
Located on the first floor, Rosenberg Gallery and The Commons present group and solo exhibitions by graduate and undergraduate students. Exhibitions are selected on a competitive basis via committee review. A Call for Proposals is distributed to students and faculty in January of every year with an application deadline of early-April.
The third floor hallway presents exhibitions proposed by students and faculty. Contact Tammy Brown.
Photo Hall Gallery
Located on the second floor photo darkroom, the Hall presents photography exhibitions by faculty, graduate and undergraduate students. Contact Jen, or sign-up in the Photo Lab.
The Meeting Place
Located on the second floor balcony, the Meeting Place presents one-person wall installations of graduate and undergraduate students. Contact Tammy Brown.
Peter Campus, the Director of Steinhardt's M.F.A. Program in Studio Art, has been an influential force in contemporary art for more than 30 years, creating work with an exacting concern for formal composition. Working alongside artists like Robert Smithson, Bruce Nauman, and Joan Jonas, Campus shifted art's focus away from the production of art objects and towards an investigation of personal identity, physical space, and social systems. His vision for the NYU Steinhardt Galleries will bring an equally challenging agenda to these three spaces in the heart of Greenwich Village. The galleries will function as a home for artists testing new ideas, and a space where both the art world and the downtown community are invited to engage with some of the university's most innovative projects.
In addition to the annual M.F.A. and M.A. Thesis exhibitions, the 80 Washington Square East Galleries will display exhibitions curated by faculty, students, and alumni, as well as experimental projects by noted curators. The two Steinhardt Windows Galleries: Broadway Windows at Broadway and East 10th Street, and Washington Square Windows, on the east side of Washington Square Park will involve the Steinhardt Art Department's new curatorial class in creating exhibitions on view 24 hours a day.