Carnegie Mellon University has announced plans to create an exhibition space for artists, a space that would house art by a “specialist gallery,” a space where the collection of works by prominent artists can be displayed in an intimate setting.
The “Art Center at Carnegie Hall” will feature works by a wide range of contemporary and contemporary artists, including David Sedaris, Paul Thomas Anderson, Richard Serra, Daniel Johnston, and David Hockney.
The space will be part of the College of Art and Design, which will open in spring 2019, according to a news release.
The news of the “art center” was first reported by The Associated Press on Monday.
The university’s campus-based gallery, known as the Art Center, has a total capacity of about 4,000 square feet, and the gallery’s location is the site of a former theater, according the news release, which noted that the Art Building at the Carnegie Mellon campus will be “fully occupied by the gallery.”
In October, Carnegie Mellon officials announced that they had purchased the building that housed the “Art Building” for $4.2 million, which they are using to create a new building with a larger and more extensive space.
The Art Center is a building that houses the largest art collection in the world.
The building was originally built in the early 1800s and opened in 1903, but has since been renovated several times.
The gallery will be located in the center of the campus and is expected to open in mid-April 2019, with a new location for the new gallery set to be announced later this year.