The Plattsburgh Art Museum holds more than 4,600 works of art and artifacts in several permanent collections, ranging from antiquities to contemporary art. The collections are displayed within our main galleries, a developing sculpture park, and exhibition areas throughout campus.
The Museum's Rockwell Kent Gallery holds one of the most complete collections in the country of the work of Rockwell Kent. The gallery, located in the Feinberg Library, hosts a permanent exhibition of Kent's paintings, prints, drawings, dinnerware, books, design art, photographs, bookplates, archives and personal items.
A year round schedule of changing exhibitions is offered, presenting a variety of contemporary artists, collections, traveling exhibitions, as well as faculty and student works. These temporary exhibitions are mounted in the Rockwell Kent Gallery (in the Feinberg Library), and in the Burke Gallery and the Myers Lobby Gallery (both in the Myers Fine Arts building).