The gallery provides a simple yet elegant environment for the display of works in any medium. The room is furnished with natural materials throughout: slate floors, exposed concrete ceilings, and movable wall partitions. This state-of-the-art facility enhances Haverford College's ability to present outstanding art in an academic venue to the College community and to the public.
The gallery was established in March 1994 and was named in recognition of a gift to the College from the late B. Gerald Cantor, founder of Cantor Fitzgerald Incorporated, a financial holding company. The gift was made in honor of the president of Cantor Fitzgerald, Howard W. Lutnick '83.
John B. Hurford '60 Center for the Arts and Humanities Gallery
Located in Stokes Hall room 102, the John B. Hurford '60 Center for the Arts and Humanities' Seminar Room is a technology-equipped classroom and gallery space. The room's multi-purpose usage and technological adaptability make it particularly adept at presenting artwork that connects directly to the curriculum. The room's carpeted floors, drop ceiling, and fabric-covered walls make for an intimate and inviting space for the contemplation of exhibits.