Curatorial labs art work by students on display.
Kimmel Galleries Director with Art History Professor Leila Amineddoleh
Curatorial works on display at Global Center 2nd floor.
Student exchanging thoughts on their work.
Curatorial Labs is a cross-disciplinary program that partners with NYU departments, courses and organizations to facilitate exhibitions executed by students. Kimmel Galleries provides curatorial support and gallery space for this program with the goal of producing exhibitions from academic coursework. Curatorial Labs are open to all NYU schools, departments, courses and student organizations.
Kimmel Windows is a unique cultural destination at the heart of New York University. The Windows provide a space for exemplary public exhibits in 13 sizable vitrines located on LaGuardia Place and West 3rd street. Exhibits are organized and professionally curated by The Windows Steering Committee, consisting of notable NYU faculty representing various art departments and programs.
Windows Ads provide high visibility advertising space for enterprise and promotion. The 13 large scale Windows vitrines are located at the core of New York University and intersect SoHo, Greenwich Village and Washington Square Park. Advertisers have the option to promote in all 13 Windows to target consumers 24/7.
The Co-Ops program provides opportunities for NYU affiliates and non-NYU organizations or artists to exhibit in one of the Kimmel Galleries spaces.
Videogram on KDSN & NYU-TV exhibits new media/video/digital art produced by NYU students, alumni, faculty and staff. Artists submit entries via the online submission form located on the Kimmel Galleries website. Submissions are reviewed, selected and uploaded to run on the Kimmel Digital Signage Network (KDSN) in the Kimmel Center and on the NYU-TV University Channel.