BYU Museum of Art
The Museum of Art was designed by Los Angeles architect James Langenheim. Former directors of lighting and design at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Backstory and Context
The museum boasts the largest annual attendance of any university art museum in the Mountain West. The museum's mission is to bring heart, mind, and knowledge together through programs and exhibits that allow people to search for deeper meaning and clarity. With annual events and rotating exhibits, this museum has become a favorite for art connoisseurs, faculty, students and families.
The BYU Art Museum is one of the largest museums in the Mountain West, and displays its permanent collection, world-class traveling shows, and thought-provoking exhibitions organized by museum curators. There is also a rotating student collection for art students at BYU. Famous exhibitions include Andy Warhol, Origami, Cinema Costumes, and Norman Rockwell. The museum also offers educational programs for young adults, children, and adults.