Museum of Art
Museum of Art
Museum of Art
The Colby College Museum of Art is one of the largest exhibition spaces for art in Maine. Part of the Bixler Art and Music Center, the museum comprises the Jetté and Davis galleries, the Lunder Wing, the Paul J. Schupf Wing for the Art of Alex Katz, and the Schupf Sculpture Court (featuring Richard Serra’s 4-5-6), as well as the museum lobby and offices. 
Follow directions to Colby’s campus. As you come onto campus on Mayflower Hill Drive, turn left onto Bixler Drive, the first road after passing Miller Library and the main academic quad.
Parking Information:
There is limited visitors’ parking on Bixler Drive near the museum entrance. For more parking, follow Bixler Drive around to the right to the Roberts Lot, which is located between the Bixler Art and Music Center and the football field.
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Colby-3-2013-gallery211250Founded in 1959 and now comprising five wings, nearly 8,000 works and more than 38,000 square feet of exhibition space, the Colby College Museum of Art has built an important collection that specializes in American and contemporary art with additional, select collections of Chinese antiquities and European paintings and works on paper. The Museum serves as a teaching resource for Colby College and is a major cultural destination for the residents of Maine and visitors to the state.


In July 2013, the Colby Museum inaugurated the Alfond-Lunder Family Pavilion. Refined and minimalist in design, the glass pavilion completes a circuit with the four existing wings of the Museum. The pavilion provides a spacious lobby that includes a sculpture gallery and terrace, as well as new exhibition galleries, classrooms, expanded collection storage, and staff offices. A three-story wall drawing by conceptual artist IMG_0015Sol LeWitt occupies the glass-enclosed stairwell. The pavilion's upper floor is dedicated to the College's art department, providing new studios for photography and fine art foundation classes.


The Museum is wheelchair accessible through the North and South entrances of the Bixler Art and Music Center. Parking is available in Roberts Lot.