When the Freedman Galley was founded, namesake and patron Doris Freedman, a 1950 graduate of Albright College, infused the gallery with a mission to create, expand and engage passion for personal expression, individual creativity and intellectual curiosity though exposure to the highest quality contemporary artwork by primarily living American artists, a philosophy that still prevails today. Following on the tradition began with the inaugural exhibit featuring works by Jim Dine, Louise Nevelson, Frank Stella and more, the gallery continues to deliver exhibits that feature the very best and cutting edge in contemporary creativity.
Hours of Operation
Tuesday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sunday, 1-4 p.m.
Closed Monday & Saturday, and for College breaks/holidays and summer