The Tufts University Art Gallery animates the intellectual life of the greater university community through exhibitions and programs exploring new, global perspectives on art and on art discourse.
The Gallery fosters critical dialogue through exhibitions and programs that explore fresh interpretations and scholarship on art, that provide a forum for art produced internationally by emerging and mid-career artists, and that feature new work of established artists.
The Tufts University Art Gallery's exhibition space consists of the Tisch and Koppelman Galleries, the Remis Sculpture Court, a projection wall for short video and film works, and the Slater Concourse Gallery (Tufts' community gallery). The total square footage of exhibition space is approximately 7,000 square feet. Four curated exhibitions and one juried summer exhibition take place in the Tisch and Koppelman Galleries each year, in addition to four MFA Thesis exhibitions and one Museum Studies Program exhibition; three exhibitions take place in the Remis Sculpture Court each year; and four to five continuous screenings of short (6 min. or less) video and film are featured on the plasma wall each year.
All curated exhibitions in the Tisch and Koppelman Galleries and the Remis Sculpture Court are open by invitation only.