Fine Art Galleries


Views of the Hoehn Print Study Room


Hoehn Print Study Room Temporary Space

From the Spring 2020 semester lasting until the start of the Fall 2021 academic year, University Galleries spaces in Founders Hall—including the Hoehn Family Galleries and the Hoehn Print Study Room—will relocate across campus in order to accommodate building renovations that are a part of the university’s Renaissance Plan. As one of the first buildings on USD’s campus, Founders Hall is a part of the Renaissance Plan’s Legacy Portfolio. The scope of work on the building will be predominantly deferred maintenance; electrical, mechanical, plumbing, fire/life safety, and accessibility. Restoration is scheduled to be completed in 2021.

The Hoehn Print Study Room will relocate to the Fine Art Galleries in the Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice, starting in March 2020. From there, the university’s permanent collection of prints will remain available to students and faculty alike for research, class visits, and viewing as normal.

Exhibition programming will continue in the May and Humanities Center Galleries in Saints Tekakwitha and Serra Hall. Stay tuned for additional exciting projects during this time, including online exhibitions and additional programming outside of the galleries.

Relocation Dates:

March 2020 - Fall 2021

KIPJ 139:

University Galleries staff offices
Open 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

KIPJ 143:

Hoehn Print Study Room
Open by Appointment