Museum of Art
Advances knowledge and understanding through experiences with authentic works of art
When We All Stand
When We All Stand, focuses on the collective power of the arts to address complex issues in society and demonstrates the ability of art and artists to chart a path for social change.
A Look Back
Check out the exhibitions that once graced the Hofstra University Museum of Art.
Visit from Home
The Museum staff has created a number of virtual resources for you to explore from home.
Support the Arts
Your support helps sustain the Museum’s extraordinary level of programming, conservation, research, and inspiring exhibitions.
The Hofstra University Museum of Art offers programs for students, educators, families, and the community, connecting visitors with art in new and educational ways.
The collection contains more than 5,200 works of art and cultural artifacts, dating from 1500 BCE to the 21st century, representing six continents, plus 70 sculptures that can be found displayed across Hofstra’s campus.
Through dynamic educational programs and services, visitors to the Museum are invited to make meaningful connections with art that enrich their understanding of themselves and the diverse world community in which they live.
The Museum welcomes visitors to its galleries Tuesday through Sunday during the school year. Galleries are closed on major holidays, during Hofstra University recesses and is closed on weekends in the summer.
About the Museum
Accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, the Hofstra University Museum of Art initiates and facilitates rich and varied cultural and artistic explorations in an atmosphere that promotes the open exchange of ideas.
Contact the Museum
Hofstra University Museum of Art
112 Hofstra University
Hempstead, New York 11549
Contact the Director
Karen T. Albert
Office: Room 040 Memorial Hall
The Hofstra University Museum of Art gratefully acknowledges the support of the following: