As an integral part of The College of Wooster, the primary mission of The College of Wooster Art Museum (CWAM) is to support and enhance the College’s goals of teaching, research, service, and global engagement through exhibitions, scholarship, and collection preservation. Above, Kara Morrow, Assistant Professor of Art History, and Sarah Van Oss '16, Art History and Archaeology Double Major, edit Sarah's text in preparation for the course-embedded exhibition, "The Performative in African Art," selected from the CWAM's permanent collection. This exhibition project was was curated by students in Morrow's African Art course, and was part of the 2013 Wooster Forum: Facing Race. 


College of Wooster Art Museum (CWAM)

The College of Wooster Art Museum (CWAM) organizes and presents four to eight exhibitions each year that alternate between course-integrated projects, traveling exhibitions and CWAM organized exhibitions of nationally and internationally recognized contemporary artists, collection shows, and faculty and student-generated exhibitions.

View current exhibitions to see what is going on right now in the galleries, upcoming exhibitions to see what will be happening in the CWAM this year and next, and past exhibitions for information about previous projects. Be sure to check out the CWAM's student projects page to see what Wooster students have been up to in the collections and galleries. Wooster faculty will want to visit the Faculty and Teaching page for information on how to use CWAM exhibitions and collections in teaching.

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Admission to the museum is always FREE, and all exhibitions and events are free and open to the public. 

PLEASE NOTE: The CWAM will be CLOSED from November 23, 2015 - February 1, 2016. HAPPY HOLIDAYS!