Campus Art Tour
Art on the PSU campus ranges from small watercolor paintings to large murals and sculptures. There are several ways to view art on campus:
Take the Tour
Our self-guided campus tour allows you to explore 18 pieces of our outstanding art collection. Click here to view and download the art tour (pdf). If you would like a little more information on the pieces, you can view the accompanying art tour narrative (pdf).
View the Art Online
Our flickr site has a number of images of campus art for people to enjoy.
Conduit. Emily Ginsberg, 2009.
Steel mural depicts the act of traveling as a metaphor for the transmission of ideas. Located on the side of University Services Building, SW 6th Ave. Click here for a campus map.
Oregon Country. Thomas Hardy, 1962.
Hardy’s biggest piece, this bronze sculpture on the exterior of Neuberger Hall took a year to complete. It depicts the landscape of Oregon from west to east with sea life, the coast ranges, the Willamette Valley, Cascades, and John Day Fossil Beds. Located on the Park Blocks side of Neuberger Hall, 724 SW Harrison St. Click here for a campus map.
Banner Image: The Knowledge. Harrell Fletcher and Avalon Kalin, 2010. A mural depicting books from PSU's Millar Library. The book titles reflect education and sustainability efforts and were chosen by a poll of students, faculty and staff. Located along SW 5th Ave. between SW Hall and SW College St. Click here for a campus map.