About

An integral part of the John B. Hurford '60 Center for the Arts and Humanities, the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery (CFG) is the principal venue for the Haverford College Exhibitions Program, which aims to extend cultural literacy through the display and analysis of work across visual and material media.

Envisioning exhibition spaces as active workshops for the exploration of visual culture, the Exhibitions Program partners with faculty, students, and visiting curators to design exhibitions that connect curricular interests and scholarship with contemporary artistic practice. In so doing, the Exhibitions Program encourages intellectual inquiry and artistic innovation in the Haverford community and greater Philadelphia region.

Drawing on the vibrant arts community and world-class museums and galleries of nearby Philadelphia, the Exhibitions Program showcases some of the region’s most compelling new artwork; at the same time, the program strives to bring noteworthy artistic exemplars of both national and international perspectives to the area.

  • Chris Berntsen's The Ritual of Nothingness, 2012 from the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery exhibit White Boys, curated by Hank Willis Thomas and Natasha L. Logan. Photo: Lisa Boughter.

    Visit the Exhibitions Program Archive to learn about past exhibits, artist residencies, and faculty collaborations in the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery and across campus.

    Visit the Archive