Come spend an afternoon with us at Kean University’s Burger Gallery, see our unforgettable gallery spaces, and engage your group in art at the Burger Gallery. We invite you to explore our exhibitions free of charge. These public programs are designed to educate and engage our visitors with the visual arts. Students participate through dialogue and discussion that encourages them to think, share, question, and collaborate.
We welcome groups of all ages and sizes. In the past, we have hosted a wide range of groups in our gallery space, including students from the Elizabeth Coalition for the Homeless, thirty 4th graders from a local Girl Scout Group, ninety middle school students from the Irvington Summer Enrichment Program, and eighty middle school students from the Oakland Avenue School in Orange, NJ.
For information on programs available for organized groups, please call us at 908-737-0392. Plan to schedule group visits at least two weeks in advance.
Kean University Human Rights Gallery invites you to bring your group to discover the history of Human Rights and to explore our featured exhibits free of charge. These shows are designed to educate visitors about their individual rights and to improve social responsibility, while exploring our interconnections as human beings. In the past, we have hosted Kean University classes, as well as local Elementary and High School groups. For information on programs available for organized groups, please contact Hank Kaplowitz at 908-737-4673. Please plan to schedule group visits at least two weeks in advance. Thank you.