Hofstra University Museum of Art

Outdoor Sculpture Collection

Hofstra University Museum of Art, a nationally accredited museum, along with Hofstra University maintains one of the largest private collections of public art in the New York metropolitan region.  With the University’s 244-acre campus, including its nationally recognized arboretum and gardens serving as an exhibition space, the Museum showcases more than 70 works of sculpture including those by major 20th century artists such as Seymour Lipton, Paul Manship, Henry Moore, and Tony Rosenthal.  In 2008, the University commissioned its first work to recognize the major contributions of people of color, and the artist Vinnie Bagwell’s sculpture Frederick Douglass Circle is now permanently exhibited on the University’s south campus immediately in front of Monroe Hall.

Click here for a map of highlights of the Hofstra University Museum of Art Outdoor Sculpture Collection on the SOUTHWEST Campus.

Click here for a map of highlights of the Hofstra University Museum of Art Outdoor Sculpture Collection on the SOUTHEAST Campus.

Click here for a map of highlights of the Hofstra University Museum of Art Outdoor Sculpture Collection on the NORTH Campus.

Click here for a PDF of The Great Art Caper – The Case of the Mystery Sculpture

Click on the link below to see pictures from the Outdoor Sculpture Collection. Scroll to the right of the images to find out more information.