NIU Art Museum

Part of the College of Visual and Performing Arts' vibrant and active arts community on campus, the NIU Art Museum is a resource for the NIU campus, local community and beyond.

Altgeld Hall First Floor, 595 College Ave. DeKalb, IL 60115

Place Type

On Campus

Phone

815-753-1936

Hours

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Thursday Noon - 7 p.m.; Sunday Noon - 4 p.m

Website

niu.edu

Twitter

@NIUArtmuseum

Upcoming Events

Luciana Abait, Black Sky, 2018. Photograph on cotton rag paper, from the Displacement Series. (30” x 40”). Courtesy the artist.

The work of ten artists including one from the Museum’s permanent collection are presented in an examination of the global humanitarian crises as displaced...

10/26, 10 AM
Photograph of Karen Refugee Camp at the Thai Border by Darby Findley.

This exhibition is based on work done by NIU PhD and MA students who either lived within the refugee camps along the Burma-Thai border or who worked with...

10/26, 10 AM
Luciana Abait, Black Sky, 2018. Photograph on cotton rag paper, from the Displacement Series. (30” x 40”). Courtesy the artist.

The work of ten artists including one from the Museum’s permanent collection are presented in an examination of the global humanitarian crises as displaced...

10/27, 10 AM
Photograph of Karen Refugee Camp at the Thai Border by Darby Findley.

This exhibition is based on work done by NIU PhD and MA students who either lived within the refugee camps along the Burma-Thai border or who worked with...

10/27, 10 AM
Luciana Abait, Black Sky, 2018. Photograph on cotton rag paper, from the Displacement Series. (30” x 40”). Courtesy the artist.

The work of ten artists including one from the Museum’s permanent collection are presented in an examination of the global humanitarian crises as displaced...

10/28, 12 PM

Recent Events

Refuge and Refugee

10/23/2021

Refuge and Refugee

10/22/2021

Refuge and Refugee

10/21/2021

Recent Activity

Paul

Paul left a positive review 11/9/2019

Fantastic meld of dance and visual arts. The work was arresting, inventive, and used the space beautifully. Well done!