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The Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art presents significant works from the University’s permanent art collection and regularly exhibits contemporary works of various media by local and nationally-recognized artists. The ZMA will also serve as a center for education and professional development, and the Museum's Fine Arts Satellite Gallery in the Wilson Building features faculty, student and alumni projects. More
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In keeping with the University's mission of teaching, research, and service, the Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art (ZMA) seeks to exhibit, collect, preserve, and interpret significant works of art. Through dynamic programming, we encourage the exchange of ideas that inspire, educate, and foster an appreciation of the visual arts in our community and the region.
The ZMA Art Collection, under the care of the Museum, is a repository for original works of art held in the public trust and serves as a valuable resource for research and education.
The Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art unites the University's permanent collection and galleries program, founded in 1984 by Roberta Griffin, professor emerita at Kennesaw State University. Bernard A. Zuckerman, an industry leader and supporter of the arts in Atlanta, began the initiative to build an art museum at the University with a pledge of $2 million in 2010. The pledge has since been matched with an additional $1 million from community donors and is supported by the KSU Foundation.
On an as-needed basis, the Zuckerman Museum of Art will send out a call for student assistantships. These paid positions are a great way to gain experience in public service, administration, and the museum field as you earn your degree. Kennesaw State University students from any academic concentration are welcome to apply. More
The ZMA offers competitive internships for course credit to students who are currently enrolled as undergraduate or graduate students. As an intern, students gain practical, real world experience with the inner workings of a dynamic, contemporary art museum and collecting institution. More
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