The Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery is located on the first floor of the Albin O. Kuhn Library. The Gallery serves as one of the principal art spaces in the region. Items from the Library’s Special Collections Department, as well as art and artifacts from all over the world, are displayed in challenging and informative exhibitions. Traveling exhibitions are occasionally presented, and the Gallery also sends some of its exhibits throughout the state and nation. In addition to exhibitions, the Library Gallery often hosts panel discussions, guest lectures and private gatherings. The Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery is ADA accessible.
Exhibitions and events held in the Albin O. Kuhn Library are free unless otherwise indicated.
UMBC is located along I-95 near the Baltimore Beltway, I-695.
From I-95 south of Baltimore, take Exit 47B and follow signs to Route 166 and then signs to the campus, which is just off the highway. At the second traffic circle, proceed 3/4 the way around to join the inner loop of Hilltop Circle. Proceed through the traffic light, and then turn right onto Walker Avenue. Watch for the Walker Avenue Garage on your right, and pull into the top level.
From I-695, take Exit 12C, Wilkens Avenue West. At the roundabout, go 3/4 the way around to join Hilltop Road. Turn left at the traffic light onto the inner loop of Hilltop Circle. Take a right at the stop sign onto Walker Avenue. Watch for the Walker Avenue Garage on your right, and pull into the top level.
For additional information, including mass transit options and maps, please visit the campus visit site.
Paid parking is available on the top floor of the Walker Avenue Garage for $2.00 per hour, payable by MasterCard, Visa or exact currency (no change provided). Visitor parking is enforced Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 4 p.m. Pay stations are ADA compliant.
On campus dining options may be found here. The nearby communities of Arbutus and Catonsville provide many other options, listed here, and we also encourage visitors to explore the Catonsville Arts District.
Photo by Marlayna Demond ’11 for UMBC.