Louis and Hilda Greenbaum Gallery

Louis and Hilda Greenbaum Gallery

The gallery hosts student-curated exhibitions throughout the year. 

 


Location and Hours 

The Louis and Hilda Greenbaum Gallery is located in 302 Elm House in the Commonwealth Honors College Residential Community (CHCRC) and is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. when classes are in session.   

 


Gallery Exhibitions 

Exhibition information may be found on the Events page.  

 


About the Greenbaums 

The gallery, which opened in October 2013, was dedicated as the Louis and Hilda Greenbaum Gallery in June 2014. Inspired by the progress that honors education on campus has made in the past fifty years, Louis Greenbaum, the founding director of the university’s former Honors Program, and his wife, Hilda, donated $250,000 to support the Commonwealth Honors College Residential Community (CHCRC). 

Greenbaum, a UMass Amherst professor of history for more than thirty years and a recipient of the Distinguished Teacher Award, championed undergraduate education for more than 60 years.  

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