***NOTE: The Raida Adon video Strangeness will stop playing at 2:45 on Saturday, Sep 30 (only), to make way for the following poetry event. Arrive early to see the video! 

Join us to celebrate three new exhibitions of spectacular work by artists from around the world and from our local community — on Thursday, September 21, 5-7 p.m.
See the art at the UMCA and enjoy refreshments upstairs in the lobby of the Randolph W. Bromery Center for the Arts.
Welcoming Remarks at 5:30.

Regular museum hours resume Friday, September 22

UMass Faculty: Schedule a field trip for your classes to the UMCA!  More info here.



Support the Museum

Please consider a gift to support UMCA’s work and permanent

Our University Museum of Contemporary Art and its permanent
collection play a vital role in educating our students. UMass (and Five College) students from
across various disciplines of study use the collection as a resource for building analytical skills in
their fields, a catalyst for conversation around current social issues, and building community. 
As we celebrate the 60th anniversary of this vital visual arts resource, we ask that
you make a gift in support of the UMCA’s permanent collection. 

With your investment, you help UMCA build and diversify its collection with more works by
artists of color and women artists; ensure UMCA continues as our teaching museum; and help it
become even more fully integrated into the fabric of our entire academic and local artistic
Thank you!

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The UMCA thanks the UMassFive College Federal Credit Union for their ongoing support of our exhibitions.



OPEN: Tue–Fri, 11:00–4:30; Sat & Sun, noon–4:00; and first Thursdays until 8:00.

CLOSED: Mondays, holidays, and academic breaks.

Check for snow days here: www.umass.edu/closing/


Admission is always FREE.



PVTA and Five College buses stop in front of the Randolph W. Bromery Center for the Arts.

Our street address is 151 Presidents Drive.

From Northampton:
On MA-9 E/State Route 9 E, cross the Coolidge Bridge toward Hadley.
Continue for on Route 9 E for about 4 miles.
In Hadley, take a left onto 116 North / UMass
Take exit off 116 N for UMass. Bear right, and you’ll be on Massachusetts Avenue.
You’ll see signs for Mullins Center and Campus Garage.
Take a left on Commonwealth Avenue and a right into Parking Garage.
Look for signs for Hotel parking. $1.75/hour.

Or continue on Massachusetts Ave. and park in Visitor Parking or at meters in front of the Randolph W. Bromery Center for the Arts.

Parking lots are free after 5:00 on weekdays.
Parking meters are free after 7:00 p.m.  

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Parking is available in the Robsham Visitors Center, around Presidents Drive, or in the Lincoln Campus Center Parking Garage.
For patrons with disabilities, the Museum is wheelchair accessible from our north entrance, next to the Campus Pond, where handicapped parking is available. An access-parking permit must be visible.
The North Gallery of the Museum has five steps, with handrails.
If you need help getting into the museum, we recommend that you call ahead so we can assist you: 413 545-3672 or bhwolfson@acad.umass.edu.

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University Museum of Contemporary Art
Fine Arts Center / UMass Amherst
151 Presidents Drive / Amherst, MA  01003-9931
413 545-3672