Thacher Gallery at University of San Francisco
(above: Thacher Gallery at University of San Francisco, November 2018. Photo: © 2018, John Hazeltine)
The Thacher Gallery, donated by Mary and Carter Thacher in 1997, mounted its first exhibit in the winter of 1997. The Gallery serves as a bridge between the new Geschke Learning Resource Center and the University's Gleeson Library, leading visitors past the richness of diverse ideas, cultures and aesthetics along the way. The Thacher Gallery is dedicated primarily to presenting art exhibitions from visiting artists, USF's art and rare books collections, and student and faculty work. It is also a venue for educational exhibits that compliment ongoing campus discussions of themes relating to the University's mission. The Thacher Gallery at USF is located in the Gleeson Library/Geschke Center at 2130 Fulton Street, San Francisco, CA 94117.
For hours and admission fees please see the Gallery's website.
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