The Alexandre Hogue Gallery, housed in Phillips Hall and run by the School of Art, serves as the chief focal point for the university's engagement with the visual arts. Used year-round for the exhibition of arts, crafts, performance art and special events, the gallery also offers exhibits of historical, global and multicultural significance. It is also the site of the annual Gussman Student Art Exhibition and numerous shows by prominent artists and can be comfortably used for poetry readings and chamber music performances. The Hogue Gallery serves as a public venue for visiting artists and a campus showplace for School of Art faculty, students and alumni, and a forum for discussion of traditional and emerging artistic practices, innovative ideas and provocative notions.
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