The Juniata College Museum of Art (JCMA) contributes to the social and intellectual
well-being of its campus and local communities by providing access
to works of distinctive aesthetic quality in ways that inspire, provoke creative and critical thought, and refresh the spirit.
The JCMA is located in Carnegie Hall, a Beaux-Arts structure built in 1907 as the college library through funds provided by Andrew Carnegie and the citizens of Huntingdon. The building was renovated with the founding of the museum in 1998, yet retains the original elegance of its rotunda and Tiffany-styled dome. This architectural gem hosts exhibitions drawn from the museum's collection, loaned or traveling exhibitions, and annual presentations of student work. Programs for a broad range of ages and interests encourage connections between the college and local community and demonstrate the benefits of regular engagement with the visual arts.
Hours of Operation
September - May
Monday & Thursday: 2 - 8 pm
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 10 am - 4 pm
Saturday: Noon - 4 pm
June - August
Wednesday - Thursday: 2:30 - 8 pm
Friday: 11 am - 4 pm