College of Wooster Art Museum

The College of Wooster Art Museum will be CLOSED through December 2020.

Please visit the College's 2020-2021 Guide for more information about campus activities.

About the CWAM

The College of Wooster Art Museum (CWAM) presents five to eight exhibitions each year that alternate between course-integrated projects, traveling exhibitions, and those curated by CWAM staff. In addition to presenting nationally and internationally recognized artists, the CWAM presents faculty and student-generated projects along with annual exhibitions drawn from the CWAM's permanent collections.

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.

Wooster faculty will want to visit the Faculty and Teaching page for information on how to use CWAM exhibitions and collections in teaching. Visit the CWAM's Student Projects page to check out their research and exhibitions in the CWAM.

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

Connect with the CWAM by subscribing to the CWAM Enews list.