Because of the COVID protocols, the Gallery and Office are closed until further notice
Research, scholarship, and creative activities (RSCA) continue to be an essential component of CSUN’s mission. In support of that, CSUN is re-opening research labs and design space as health and safety allow. The first priority is opening the research labs supporting instructional activity, followed by opening labs supporting funded research and activities, and as public health guidance allows, opening research labs and creative activity studios that enable our faculty to continue their work in support of the campus’ primary instructional, research and artistic mission.
Research labs and essential field research projects are continuing to be reviewed and approved according to our phased approach to RSCA adaptation and restart. Although most classes at CSUN are virtual for Fall 2020, some exceptions have been made for a limited number of in-person courses and labs that require on-campus experiences. All supported research activities have been reviewed and approved as consistent with state, local, and CSU health and safety guidance, and CSUN has worked aggressively to address public health guidelines in preparing facilities for the fall semester.
The CSUN Art Galleries are closed for the spring semester
With the conclusion of the show GRAPHIC SUBVERSION on March 14, the CSUN Art Galleries made the difficult decision of cancelling all events and exhibitions, including the Annual Juried Art Student Exhibition. Our department and college are dedicated to conserving a safe and healthy environment for our students, staff, faculty and community members. As circumstances change, we will revisit the situation in consultation with CSUN leadership.