- Appointments are for individuals or groups of 5 people or fewer – only 5 visitors total are permitted in the museum per time slot
- Appointments must be made at least 24 hours in advance; no day-of visits can be scheduled
- All visitors are required to wear personal protective masks or face coverings while at the Jundt Art Museum
- Visitors are required to sign in and provide contact information per county, state, and Gonzaga University required contact tracing efforts
- Visitors must complete the GU Guest Check-In Form within 24 hours of their scheduled visit
Appointments are available Mondays through Fridays, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
- Please call the Jundt Art Museum at 509-313-6611 to schedule an appointment.
- Appointments will be officially approved ONLY with a confirmation e-mail from a museum staff member.
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Seven Years of Acquisitions, 2013-2020
Jundt Galleries and Arcade Gallery, January 16 through May 8, 2021
Extended, Jundt Galleries, through August 13, 2021
In celebration of its 25th anniversary, the Jundt Art Museum has organized a special permanent collection display. Thanks to the benevolence of many donors, the vigilance of the museum staff members, and the museum’s relationship with collectors and galleries, the collections of the Jundt Art Museum remain constantly growing, improving, and expanding in support of Gonzaga’s Jesuit and Humanistic mission. The function of collecting represents one essential attribute of a healthy, active, academic museum. This summer extended version of Seven Years of Acquisitions, 2013-2020 features a sampling of more than 65 works from the wide range of objects the museum has obtained since the appointment of Dr. Paul Manoguerra as director/curator in 2013. The ongoing exhibition celebrates the donors who have been generous to the art museum over the last seven years, and includes works by Ansel Adams, Harold Balazs, George Bellows, Alexander Calder, Corita Kent, Dorothea Lange, Andy Warhol, and many others.
Ansel Adams (American, 1902–1984)
Tree, Stump and Mist, Northern Cascades, Washington, 1976 Gelatin silver print
Jundt Art Museum, Gonzaga University; Museum purchase with funds provided by the Jundt Art Museum Annual Campaign