Galleries and Museum Exhibits

Gateway Science Museum

Attack of the Bloodsuckers!
Explore the science of what’s biting you in this skin-crawling exhibit! This kid-friendly exhibit examines the what, why, when and how of mosquitoes, fleas, ticks, leeches and other parasites.
Gateway Science Museum Wednesday–Saturday
12–5 p.m.

Modern Farming – Land, Water, People, and Science
This interactive exhibit of north state agriculture highlights regional production and practices, agricultural science and the agricultural community. 

Gateway Science Museum Wednesday–Saturday
12 p.m.–5 p.m.
SEEDS - The Engineering & Ecology of Seed Dispersal Mechanisms
This exhibit by Jennifer Jewell and John Whittlesey vividly portrays the incredible diversity, ingenuity and beauty of seed dispersal mechanism of plants native to California.
Gateway Science Museum Wednesday–Saturday
12 p.m.–5 p.m.

Kendall Hall


7th Annual Diversity Art Exhibit
This exhibit features a variety of works by students and the campus community.

Kendall Hall Monday–Friday
8 a.m.–5 p.m.

Turner Print Museum

Through April 11, 2015


Lions, Tigers and Bears, Oh My!
Animals: Fun, Fantastic, Fierce
Animals as subjects crop up repeatedly in the Turner Collection. Janet Turner herself was known for her prints of birds of our region, but she was not averse to sketching a house cat or even monkeys at the zoo! This exhibition includes works with a variety of interpretations, from the culturally significant to the truly kitschy.

Turner Print Museum Monday–Saturday
11 a.m.–4 p.m.

University Art Gallery

Through April 10, 2015


Chaz Martinsen: Master's of Fine Arts Culminating Exhibition (April 6–10)

University Art Gallery (100 Trinity Hall) Monday–Friday
9 a.m.–5 p.m.

Valene L. Smith Museum of Anthropology


Leaping Lemurs & Mysterioous Crimes: On The Trail of Phyiscal Anthropology
This exhibit explores the human journey from our African roots to modern humans through the eyes of physical anthropology. From ancient fossil remains and changes seen in the human skeleton over millennia, plus recent developments in DNA research, and the evolutionary developments in human and on-human primates, the painstaking work of anthropologists comes to life, helping us better understand our human past. Additionally, see how forensic anthropologists really work as our exhibit showcases a mock crime scene investigation, all part of the life of physical anthropologists working in the 21st century.

Museum of Anthropology

11 a.m.–3 p.m.