Galleries & Exhibition Spaces

Helen Lindhurst Fine Arts Gallery

Exhibition “Epigraph” featuring work by Lily Hader

The Helen Lindhurst Fine Arts Gallery is located on the ground floor of Watt Hall on the USC University Park Campus. The 1,500-square-foot gallery, established in 1979, is primarily for solo and group exhibitions by Roski undergraduate students, as well as for occasional special programming such as faculty exhibitions and video screenings. 

The gallery is open to the public Monday through Friday, and undergraduate students can apply annually to present exhibitions of their artwork in the space.

Watt Hall (ground floor) | map

Gayle and Ed Roski Gallery

BFA Art Thesis Exhibition (2022)

The Gayle Ed Roski Gallery is a 2,000-square-foot space primarily used for exhibitions by undergraduate students, as well as for occasional special programming including alumni and community exhibitions and events.

Roski Studios Building, 3001 S. Flower Street, LA 90007 (enter on 30th Street)

Roski Graduate Gallery

Kim Sweet MFA Art Thesis Exhibition, “The Small Things In Between” (2023)

The graduate building in the L.A. Arts District features this stunning 2,000-square-foot gallery dedicated to exhibitions by the school’s MFA candidates. The building was inspired by the District’s manufacturing and industrial past, coupled with a vision for a modern yet timeless future. Repurposed brick, concrete and wood were chosen as primary materials, representative of the heart and history of the neighborhood.

Roski Graduate Building (Los Angeles Arts District)
 1262 Palmetto St, Los Angeles, CA 90013