Sacramento State Art Galleries, Museums and Collections
The Anthropology Museum
Location: Mendocino Hall, First Floor, Southeast Side
Features: Changing exhibits researched and designed by anthropology students and faculty, often in collaboration with one of the many community groups who reflect the rich and varied cultural diversity of the Sacramento region.

Hours: Varied throughout the year
Cost: Free
Museum Director: Terri Castaneda (916) 278-6067
The Design Gallery
Location: Mariposa Hall 4000, Fourth Floor
Features: A variety of exhibitions, relating to graphic design, photography, and interior design, by regional, professional and alumni artists, as well as faculty and students.

Hours: Varied throughout the year
Cost: Free
Gallery Director: Andrew Anker (916) 278-3962
The Robert Else Gallery
Location: Kadema Hall, First Floor, Breezeway Area
Features: Named for esteemed Sacramento artist and Sacramento State Professor of Art Emeritus Robert Else, the gallery primarily features student art, and in particular, showcases the work of graduate students. Exhibits include the Student Award Show, M.A. student group shows, and one-person shows by graduating M.A. students.

Hours: Monday–Friday Noon–4:30pm (and varied throughout the year)
Cost: Free
Gallery Director: Department of Art (916) 278-6166
The Raymond Witt Gallery
Location: Kadema Hall, First Floor, North Side
Features: Named for the late Professor of Art Emeritus Raymond Witt, the Gallery primarily features works by undergraduate students. It also contains a project space for art installations, performances and other special exhibition projects.

Hours: Varied throughout the year
Cost: Free
Gallery Director: Department of Art (916) 278-6166
The University Library Gallery
Location: University Library, First Floor, North Side
Features: Founded in 2002, the Gallery features work by nationally and internationally significant artists, including alumni and faculty. It is also a venue for recitals, readings, and many other activities of School of the Arts departments and other University programs.

Hours: Tuesday–Saturday 10am–5pm
Cost: Free
Gallery Director: Phil Hitchcock (916) 278-4189
The University Union Gallery
Location: University Union, Second Floor
Features: Featuring 9-10 shows each year, the University Union Gallery presents a mix of local, professional and alumni artists as well as traveling exhibitions.

Hours: Monday–Friday 10:30am–3:30pm / Wednesday & Thursday 5–8pm
Cost: Free
Gallery Director: Bill Olmsted (916) 278-6744
The Tsakopoulos Hellenic Collection
Location: University Library, Third Floor (3025)
Features: Opened in 2003, the Collection is one of the largest of its kind in the nation. Named after its benefactor, philanthropist Angelo Tsakopoulos, the collection includes some 70,00 volumes–including rare books, archives and media materials–and a small collection of art and artifacts relating to Greece, Turkey, the Balkans and the Near and Middle East, spanning the ancient world to the present day.

Hours: Mon–Thur 7:15am–11pm/Fri 7:15am–7pm/Sat 7:30am–5:30pm/Sun 11am–11pm
Cost: Free
Curator: George I. Paganelis (916) 278-4361 (website in spring 2004)