Named after Sidney Mishkin (Baruch, '34) the Mishkin Gallery presents exhibitions and public programs dedicated to education and advancing the understanding of modern and contemporary art, interdisciplinary cultural activity and innovative artistic practice from around the world. Extending Baruch beyond its campus, the Mishkin Gallery promotes projects by artists and intellectuals who demonstrate how and why creative practice is a crucial force in nurturing diversity, tolerance and shaping culture.
Student Drawing Session at the Mishkin Gallery, 2019. Photograph by Shoval Tshuva.
Monday - Friday
11AM - 6PM
11AM - 7PM
The Gallery's schedule reflects the College calendar.
The Mishkin Gallery is accessible for wheelchair users. We welcome service animals. Audio guides are available for current exhibitions. Public restrooms are located on the same ground floor as the gallery and visitors have the right to use the bathroom consistent with their gender identity. The nearest wheelchair accessible subway train is the 6 train at 23rd Street, 0.1 miles from the Gallery. Union Square Station, also wheelchair acessible, is 0.4 miles from the Gallery. For additional accessibility questions please call or email us, we are happy to help.
Alaina Claire Feldman
Director / Curator
Dino Dincer Sirin
2019-2020 Nagelberg Fellow