Galleries and Museums

    An exhibit opens in the Perspective Gallery.

Armory Gallery: The Armory, 540-231-5547
Operated as an educational and outreach service of the university, the gallery exhibits work by students, faculty, and artists of regional and national importance.

Holtzman Alumni Center: Second floor gallery, 540-231-6285
The center showcases alumni and local artists throughout the year.

Museum of Geosciences: 2062 Derring Hall, 540-231-6894
This public museum features more than 13,000 minerals and geologic information from around the world, as well as a full-scale model of an Allosaurus dinosaur skeleton. 

Norris Hall Art Gallery: Norris Hall, 540-231-2345
The Department of Engineering, Science, and Mechanics and the Center for Peace Studies and Violence Prevention jointly host a series of art exhibits throughout the year.

Perspective Gallery: Squires Student Center, 540-231-4053
The gallery on the second floor of the student center hosts rotating exhibits.

Moss Arts Center: 540-231-5300
The arts center contains three visual arts galleries capable of exhibiting a range of traditional and trans-media works: The Ruth C. Horton Gallery, The Miles C. Horton Jr. Gallery, and The Sherwood Payne Quillen '71 Reception Gallery. It also contains the four-story experimental Cube for performance, immersive environments, and installations.

Cowgill Hall lobby
During the academic year, exhibits showcase a range of design work from students in the School of Architecture + Design.

Wooden Kopjafa memorial: Cheatham Hall, front entrance
Patterned after traditional Hungarian memorials, the 14.5-foot high, 600-pound wooden sculpture honors those who lost their lives in the April 16, 2007, tragedy.

World on a Pallet sculpture: Brooks Forest Products Center, 1650 Ramble Road
The stainless steel sculpture of a world globe on a pallet commemorates the leaders who created Virginia Tech's William H. Sardo Jr. Pallet and Container Research Laboratory, the world's only pallet lab.