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The Walsh Gallery will be closed starting Monday, March 16, 2020 until further notice due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, known as COVID-19. For updates on the situation from the university, please click here

News

"Ceramics Exhibit Launched on Google Arts and Culture" in Special Collections and The Gallery Blog - January 22, 2021

"Seton Hall Digital Mapping Project Launched" in Special Collections and The Gallery Blog - September 22, 2020

"University Libraries Launch Special Projects to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month" in Latino Institute News - September 12, 2020

Check out our collections online on our new Google Arts and Culture page!

Try out our app-based "Historic Seton Hall" walking tour on the Actionbound app.


Our Mission

The Walsh Gallery enhances the intellectual life of Seton Hall University and the greater community through dynamic, interdisciplinary exhibitions of exemplary artistic and cultural value. Essentially a place of learning, the Walsh Gallery promotes Seton Hall’s Catholic mission by fostering the development of students into servant leaders through diverse programming in a collaborative environment.

Adopted 10/13/2009

Object of the Week: "Far Away and Long Ago" by William Henry Hudson

William Henry Hudson
“Far Away and Long Ago”
Printed for members of the Limited Editions Club by Guillermo Kraft ltda., Buenos Aires: 1943.

For more information about this copy of "Far Away and Long Ago" and author William Henry Hudson, check out our blog!

William Henry Hudson, “Far Away and Long Ago,” Printed for members of the Limited Editions Club by Guillermo Kraft ltda., Buenos Aires: 1943.

Object of the Week: Mangbetu Effigy Jug

Mangbetu Effigy Jug (reproduction)
Teaching Collection – Seton Hall University Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology Collection
T2017.01.0009
Courtesy of the Walsh Gallery

For more information about the Mangbetu Effigy Jug, check out our blog!


 

Mangbetu Effigy Jug (reproduction), Teaching Collection – Seton Hall University Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology Collection, T2017.01.0009, Courtesy of the Walsh Gallery

Object of the Week: Akabeko (Ox or Cow Toy)

Akabeko (Ox or Cow toy)
Painted and lacquered papier-mâché
3 ¾” H x 5 ְ⅝” W x 1 ⅞” D
Fukushima, Japan
2828
Seton Hall University Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology Collection


For more information about the akabeko (ox or cow toy) and the Lunar New Year, check out our blog!

Akabeko (Ox or Cow toy), Painted and lacquered papier-mâché, 3 ¾” H x 5 ְ⅝” W x 1 ⅞” D, Fukushima, Japan, 2828, Seton Hall University Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology Collection

Object of the Week: Guro Mask

Guro Mask (reproduction)
Teaching Collection – Seton Hall University Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology Collection
T2017.01.0001
Courtesy of the Walsh Gallery


For more information about this Guro Mask, check out our blog!

Object of the Week: Seton Hall College School Bell

Seton Hall College School Bell
1856
Meneely Bell Foundry
bronze
Gift of the Seton Hall University Alumni Association
2019.14.0001
Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall University


For more information about the Seton Hall College School Bell, check out our blog!

Seton Hall College School Bell,1856, Meneely Bell Foundry, bronze, Gift of the Seton Hall University Alumni Association, 2019.14.0001, Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall University

Gallery Hours

Monday

10:30am – 4:30pm

Tuesday

10:30am – 4:30pm

Wednesday

10:30am – 4:30pm

Thursday

10:30am – 4:30pm

Friday

10:30am – 4:30pm 


               Plan Your Visit

* It is recommended that off-campus visitors

call (973) 275-2033 to confirm gallery hours

prior to visiting.

* Parties of 8 or more must register in advance.                                       


Walsh Gallery | Seton Hall University | 400 S. Orange Avenue | South Orange, NJ 07079 | 973-275-2033

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