The College of ۿ۴ý Art Museum acts as a catalyst for connection, creation, and discovery by promoting innovation, collaboration, and interdisciplinary dialogue. The CWAM supports and enhances the College’s goals of teaching, research, service, and global engagement through exhibitions, scholarship, and collection preservation. Visual literacy and critical thinking are fostered through experiential, object-based learning with guided visits, collection use in the classroom, course-embedded exhibitions, and independent study.

All exhibitions and events are free and open to the public.

Museum Hours

The College of ۿ۴ý Art Museum is closed for the summer. We will reopen at the start of the Fall 2024 semester.

Museum Location

The College of ۿ۴ý Art Museum

1220 Beall Ave.
ۿ۴ý, Ohio 44691

Directions to Museum   ۿ۴ý Campus Map

The College of ۿ۴ý Art Museum is located on the north side of the Ebert Art Center (Labeled #3 on the map below) with a handicap accessible path.

Visitor parking is available in the Ebert Center lot off Beall Avenue or next to Galpin Hall, off Bever Street. Visitor parking permits are available at the front desks of the Art Museum and Andrews Library.

image of campus map showing visitor parking areas for the College of ۿ۴ý Art Museum

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Contact Info

The College of ۿ۴ý Art Museum
Ebert Art Center
1220 Beall Avenue
ۿ۴ý, OH 44691
@wooartmuseum on and

Upcoming Events

Events at CWAM
Campus Sculpture Tour

Discover the artistry of The College of ۿ۴ý campus with a self-guided sculpture tour. Featuring eight unique works of art around campus, this tour offers a glimpse into the college’s rich history and commitment to the arts.

Download your tour guide below.

Campus Sculpture Tour (pdf)

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