California State University, Long Beach, University Art Museum

Contact Information

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Hours
Museums: Avila Adobe, Monday–Sunday, 10 am–4 pm; Fire House, Tuesday–Sunday, 10 am–3 pm; Masonic Hall, Tuesday–Friday, 10 am–3 pm; Sepulveda House, Monday–Saturday, 10 am–3 pm Archives: Monday–Friday, 9 am–5 pm; advance reservations required; limited acce
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Access and Management

Access

Available to the public?
Yes
Available to outside researchers?
Yes
Reservations required?
No
Onsite technology available
No
Catalog System
For cataloged records, Library of Congress is used. Uncatalogued holdings are identified and stored in acid free containers. Photographic and map collections are in the process of digitization-expected date of commencement, 1998-1999.
Repository
Yes
Access procedures

El Pueblo’s archives are open to the public by appointment only. Research by El Pueblo’s History Division staff is $20.00 per hour. The first 30 minutes of research and/or consulting time is free of charge.

Management

Archive / Collection information

The University Art Museum maintains both a permanent collection of twentieth-century works of art on paper and a collection of site-specific outdoor sculpture. The sculpture collection began in 1965 with an International Sculpture Symposium and continues to expand, making the Long Beach campus of only three large public sculpture sites in Southern California. The museum has archival material related to the International Sculpture Symposium and artist files related to the museum’s collections and exhibitions.

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