Fisher Gallery

Interior of the Fisher Gallery
The interior displays of the Fisher Gallery.
Photo credit: John Seyfried

When originally built, this was a 200-seat auditorium in the center of the Clarence Ward ’37 Art Building. It had a ‘‘multitude of modern conveniences,’’ including dimmable lights, automatic curtains, and a public address system. With generous support of benefactor Milton L. Fisher in 1994, the auditorium was transformed into Fisher Hall, a multipurpose gallery and lecture hall.

Department of Art uses Fisher Gallery for a range of art installations and performances, including exhibitions in the department’s capstone Senior Studio Art program.