A gathering of people in the Student Art Gallery.

Our Spaces

The LMU Art History program is based in the Burns Fine Arts Center on LMU’s beautiful main upper campus, and boasts a specially-designed lecture room, dedicated seminar room, and access to a fully equipped image bank with more than one million images.

Burns is the artistic center on campus, home not just to art history, but to the studio arts, dance and music departments as well. It contains a variety of studios, lecture halls and lab spaces to support the various focuses within our program. It also houses the campuses two art galleries – the Laband Art Gallery and the Thomas P. Kelly Jr. Student Art Gallery, where we host countless professional and student exhibitions.

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A student rides a bike near the Student Art Gallery.

Burns Fine Arts

People gathered in Dunning Courtyard for a Salt Works performance.

Dunning Courtyard

A picture of Burns 211.

Fully-Equipped Spaces

A Laband Gallery visitor looks at an exhibit.

On-Campus Art Galleries