Reinberger Gallery

June 21–August 9, 2024

2024 Alumni Exhibition

CIA's 2024 Alumni Exhibition, guest curated by Magda Moskalewicz, will explore issues related to artistic evolution, attempting to answer the question: What is it to become a mature artist? CIA alums from different graduating years and artistic practices will reflect on their artistic trajectory since graduation; on how their creative work progressed/transformed over the years. The 2024 Alumni Exhibition will be on view from June 21 through August 9 in CIA's Reinberger Gallery. An opening reception will be held from 6 to 8pm Friday, June 21.

August 29–October 6, 2024

2024 Faculty Exhibition

A tradition that spans more than 100 years, the Faculty Exhibition is a celebration of art, design and their makers. It provides an opportunity for the public to view new, original and innovative works by CIA’s world-renowned art and design faculty.

 

Reinberger Gallery

CIA's Reinberger Gallery supports the creative work of professional artists by providing quality exhibition opportunities. It also serves CIA students, faculty and the community as an educational resource, and particularly to encourage artistic growth and experimentation through well-presented exhibitions, events and lectures.

Visiting the gallery

May 13 to August 11
Summer 2024 Session
Monday–Thursday: 10am to 4pm
Friday: 10am to 2pm
Saturday–Sunday: Closed

The gallery will be closed during summer session on the following days:
June 3–21: Exhibition installation (Alumni Exhibition opens at 6pm Friday, June 21)
June 19: Juneteenth
July 4: Independence Day

Review nearby parking options. Access CIA parking lots via East 117th Street. 

Reinberger Gallery is free and open to the public during the above listed hours; appointments are not necessary. Email the gallery for additional information: reinbergergallery@cia.edu

Ann and Norman Roulet Student + Alumni Gallery

The Ann and Norman Roulet Student + Alumni Gallery opened in 2015 as part of CIA’s campus unification project. It opened thanks to a generous gift of Ann Roulet, former CIA Dean of Students, and her husband, Dr. Norman Roulet, who felt strongly it was important for students to have a space to show their work.