The Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art is a contemporary art museum located on the campus of Kennesaw State University. The museum was founded in 2014 and is named after Bernard A. Zuckerman, a philanthropist and art collector who made a significant donation to the university to support the creation of the museum.
The Zuckerman Museum of Art houses a diverse collection of contemporary art, including paintings, sculptures, photographs, and installations. The museum’s mission is to showcase the work of emerging and established artists from the Southeastern United States, as well as to provide educational programs and resources for the university community and the wider public.
In addition to its permanent collection, the museum hosts a variety of temporary exhibitions throughout the year, featuring the work of both local and internationally recognized artists. The museum also offers a range of educational programs and events, including artist talks, workshops, and tours.
Admission to the Zuckerman Museum of Art is free, and the museum is open to the public Tuesday through Saturday. Visitors can also explore the beautiful campus of Kennesaw State University, which features a wide range of facilities and resources, including a performing arts center, sports complex, and numerous academic programs.
492 Prillaman Way, Kennesaw, GA 30144
Tuesday through Friday from 10 am to 5 pm
Saturday from Noon to 5 pm
Please note that the Zuckerman Museum of Art and their Fine Arts Satellite Gallery in the Wilson Building close during installation periods, and for Kennesaw State University breaks and holidays unless otherwise noted. Please call or check the KSU calendar for details.