9001 Stockdale Highway (adjacent to the Dore Theatre), Bakersfield. CA 93301 Tel: (805) 664-2338 Fax: (S06) 665-6901
Internet Address: academic.csubak.edu/home/acadpro/departments.art/Toad.htm Director: Ms. Margaret Now ling Admission: free.
Established: 1981 ADA Compliant: Y Parking: limited.
Open: mid-September to mid-June, Tuesday to Thursday, noon-4pm; Saturday, lpm-4pm. Closed: mid-June to mid-September, University Holidays.
Activities: Temporary Exhibitions.
California State University, Bakersfield Todd Madigan Gallery Photo Gallery
The Madigan Gallery presents temporary exhibitions of works of professional artists, the CSUB faculty, and students. Previous exhibits have featured the works of Henri Matisse, John Altoon, Cezanne, Goya, Rembrandt. Titian, and Mary Kelley, as well as many others. A listing of Gallery events and exhibits is published quarterly and may be obtained by contacting the Fine Arts Office at (805) 664-3093.
College of Notre Dame – The Wiegand Gallery
College of Notre Dame. Madison Art Center, 1500 Ralston Ave, Belmont, CA 94002-1997
Tel: (650) 508-3595
Fax: (650) 508-3488
Internet Address: www.cnd.edu
Director: Mr. Charles Strong
Admission: voluntary contribution.
Attendance: 3,600 Established: 1970 Membership: Y ADA Compliant: Y Parking: free on site.
Open: Tuesday to Saturday. noor.-4pm.
Closed: Between Exhibitions, Major Holidays.
Facilities: Gallery; Theatre (40 seats).
Activities: Gallery Talks; Lectures (artist talks); Traveling Exhibitions (4/year).
Publications: exhibition catalogues.
The Gallery is housed in the Madison Art Center, a stone building that was originally built as a carriage house on the site of the country estate of 19th-century financier William Chapman Ralston. The exhibition space, with its porthole windows and skylights, is an unusually warm, inviting environment in which to experi- Exterior, Wiegand Gallery – Madison Art Center. Photograph ence art. The Gallery is dedicated to changing courtesy of Wiegand Gallery, Belmont, California, exhibitions that exemplify a broad range of artistic expression. As a venue for California and Bay Area 20th-century art. the Gallery has promoted the work of emerging younger artists, mid-career artists, and unusual or rarely seen work hv such established artists as Elmer Bischoff, .Joan Brown, Richard Diebenkorn, Paul Kos, James Melchert, Manuel Neri, Katherine Porter, Hassel Smith, and Wayne Thiebaud.