Kadema Hall Galleries

The mission of the Kadema Hall Galleries is to serve teaching and learning at Sacramento State by providing a public venue for exhibitions related to all aspects of art and visual culture.  The Kadema Hall Galleries include the Robert Else Gallery and the R.W. & Joyce Witt Gallery.


The Robert Else Gallery

Installation by Ellen Van Fleet for Lumpen art exhibit

The Robert Else Gallery is located at Kadema Hall on the Sacramento State campus. Gallery hours are 12 to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, subject to change per the event calendar. The Else gallery serves as a space for professional art exhibits and for the work of Art Department graduate students. Exhibitions hosted in the Else Gallery include the Annual Student Awards Show, the Annual Senior Show and the Advancement to Candidacy exhibits by graduate Art students. The gallery is named after emeritus Art professor Robert Else. Else Gallery proposals are accepted by the Gallery Committee each spring for consideration for the following academic year.  


 

 

 


The R.W. & Joyce Witt Gallery

Greetings from America Painting by Mustafa ShaheenThe R.W. & Joyce Witt Gallery is located at Kadema Hall on the Sacramento State campus. Gallery hours are 12 to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, subject to change per exhibitor.  The Witt Gallery is entirely student-run

The gallery takes its name from Professor Raymond W. Witt, an emeritus art faculty, and his wife Joyce, who also endowed the Raymond and Joyce Witt Scholarship. Raymond died in 1973 and Joyce died the following year. Joyce donated their estate to Sacramento State art students, endowing scholarships that are presented every year at the Student Award exhibition presentations.  The Witt Gallery has operated since the "Art Building" - now Kadema Hall - was built in 1962.

The Witt gallery serves as a showcase for student-run exhibits based on applications submitted in response to the call for exhibition proposals each spring semester. Solo, group and curated exhibitions are welcome from students and faculty. Witt Gallery exhibitors are responsible for funding, publicizing, and installing their shows. 

Witt Gallery proposals are accepted by the Gallery Committee each spring for consideration for the following academic year. Refer to the Witt Gallery Exhibition Guide and to the Witt Gallery Application for details and deadlines. 

  


Sacramento State Art Spaces

Sacramento State has many other designated spaces to view works of art.  

The University Library Gallery

Art by Sun Sang Hwan from The Land and the PeopleThe University Library Gallery is located in the Sacramento State University Library. The Library Gallery brings museum quality displays to campus benefiting university students, faculty and the greater Sacramento community. Visit the University Library Gallery during its regular hours of operation, Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 


Anthropology Museum

Basket_Anthropology-Museum.jpgThe Anthropology Museum is a program of the Department of Anthropology. The facilities include a small exhibition gallery, ethnographic research and teaching collections, a climate-controlled repository, and a lab for curatorial and exhibit-design work. The Anthropology Department offers a number of courses in Museum Anthropology, including course-credit internships designed to provide hands-on opportunities for Anthropology majors. The Museum is dedicated to serving both the campus community and the Sacramento metropolitan area. 

 

 

 


University Union Gallery

196 student curated exhibit Spring 2018The University Union Gallery presents exhibits throughout the year. Offering tremendous diversity in both style and medium the Union Gallery seeks to consistently present new artists and new visions to the campus community. A typical semester calendar will represent a mix of local, professional and alumni artists as well as traveling exhibitions.


 

 

 


Special Collections and University Archives

SCUAJapaneseAmericanArchivalCollection.jpgThe University Library's Department of Special Collections and University Archives (SCUA) serves as the principal location for the historical research collections at California State University, Sacramento. The primary strengths of the collection are post-World War II political, social, and environmental history of the Sacramento region and the history of the California State University, Sacramento. The Department's holdings include printed books, literary and historical manuscripts, photographs, and university archives. Subject collections include the Japanese American Archival Collection (JAAC), the Tsakopoulos Hellenic Collection, the Mexican American community in the Sacramento region, the northern California Native American communities, and the Sexual and Gender Identity Collection. For more information about how to access our collections, please call 916-278-6144 or send an email to lib-scua@csus.edu.