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The Todd Madigan and White Box Galleries

The Todd Madigan Gallery’s mission is to bring quality art to the CSUB campus and community. Over the last 30 years, exhibitions of exceptional historical and contemporary artists have included the Weismann collection and works by such artists as Henri Matisse, James Turrell, Ed Ruscha, Nancy Rubins, Chris Burden, Gustavo Godoy, Mary Weatherford, and Amanda Ross-Ho. The gallery also organizes the Student Thesis shows and invites a visiting artist each year to work with our students to create an exhibition. This year's artist is Miljohn Ruperto.

The University’s Madigan Gallery act as a beacon in the community, bringing established artists, curators and critics to campus to share and exchange ideas. The Art and Gallery Program complements the University’s larger mission by offering the CSUB student and the community an opportunity to engage in advanced, creative discourse.

In addition to the Madigan Gallery, the Department of Art operates a smaller, more casual exhibition space known as the White Box.  This versatile space is available for course-based and student-initiated exhibitions. 

For more info:

The Road Show
a group show driven by the CSUB Art Department
April 18th - May 11th 2013

Adrià Julià Campus
February 16th - March 9th

by 2012 Senior Thesis Show
May 17th - June 16th, 2012

The Bakersfield Project
by Mary Weatherford
February 9th - March 10th, 2012

by Cal Crawford, Drew Heitzler, Robert Levine, Amanda Ross-Ho
Oct 6th - November 5th, 2011

Senior Thesis Show
"Changing of the Guard 2011"
May 19th - June 11th 2011

George Ketterl
"The Last Paintings"
April 7th - May 7th 2011

Gustavo Godoy
"Empty Altar"
February 16th - March 12th 2011

"The Compression of Time and Space"
by Mike Heivly
October 7th 2010 - November 6th 2010

Department of Art

California State University, Bakersfield
9001 Stockdale Highway
Bakersfield, CA  93311-1022

Phone: (661) 654-3031
Fax: (661) 654-6555
Office: Performing Arts Building 102P