About the Hofstra University Museum of Art:
- Founded in 1963
- Nationally accredited by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM)
- Includes a permanent collection of approximately 5,000 works of art in varied media dating from the ancient to the contemporary, and includes American artists of the 18th through 21st centuries
- Open to the public year-round with free admission
- Offers educational and public programs (i.e., lectures, performances, workshops, tours)
A Message from the Museum Director
After 35 years of service to the Hofstra University Museum of Art (HUMA), Director Karen T. Albert is retiring. Karen was appointed Director in 2020 and was previously Deputy Director and Chief Curator. Her expertise and dedication to the Museum will be missed. We thank her and wish her well in her retirement and future adventures.
Integral to the academic mission of Hofstra University, the Hofstra University Museum of Art advances knowledge and understanding through experiences with authentic works of art from the world’s diverse cultures. The Museum’s mission is achieved through collection acquisition and preservation, exhibitions, and interpretive resources.
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.
Accredited by the American Alliance of Museums
The Hofstra University Museum of Art has been awarded the highest honor a museum can receive with continued accreditation by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM). Approximately 3-4% of museums nationwide have earned this distinguished recognition. Accreditation certifies that the Hofstra University Museum of Art operates according to professional standards, manages its collections responsibly, and provides quality service to the public.
Office location: Room 040 Memorial Hall