Curator: Lisa Cooperman

The Reynolds Gallery is one of the university’s important public faces. Our premier exhibition space, located in the Jeannette Powell Art Center, welcomes visitors from the university, region, and beyond. The Reynolds is a key member of Central Valley art community and joins the Haggin Museum, Stockton Art League, DH Horton Gallery and the Grand Galleries in Tracy, in promoting the value of the arts.

The Reynolds Gallery encourages the exchange of artistic and cultural ideas by providing a forum for Pacific students and the larger region to explore traditional and contemporary art and design. Visitors are enabled to develop perceptual skills, visual literacy, knowledge of diverse media, and an understanding of the historical and cultural context of the visual arts by direct engagement with visual culture.

The gallery supports professional development with two annual exhibitions of student artwork. It hosts artists and scholars in a series of shows, tours, activities, lectures, and workshops linking students to curricular programs across the university. It also provides professional development undergraduate research and internships.

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Browse the Reynolds Gallery Collections:

Gone Viral : Museum Studies Online Exhibition

Reynolds Gallery Exhibits Archive