PAFA's world-class facilities and spaces provide students with the opportunity to curate, exhibit, and learn about all aspects of mounting and promoting exhibitions.
Students have many opportunities to exhibit their work on- and off-campus. On-campus spaces include:
- Anne Bryan Gallery: open to the public and within the museum, sales of work encouraged, 1,930 square feet
- Broad Street Studio: open to the public and visible from outdoors on the corner of Broad St. and Cherry St., 313 square feet
- Hamilton Building Lobby Galleries: internal galleries managed by the Student Exhibitions Committee and the Studio Floor Leaders, 690 square feet.
● The Student Exhibitions Committee - Assistants to the School Exhibitions Coordinator and the Director of Student Services, members of this committee will learn practical skills for preparing works for exhibition and designing thematic content.
● Exhibitions courses at the graduate and undergraduate levels.
● Internships — Some PAFA students get related professional experience working as interns with areas such as PAFA’s Museum Curatorial Department, the School Exhibitions Coordinator, and the PAFA Conservator.