Stuart Collection at the University of California, San Diego

Stuart Collection at the University of California, San Diego

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Description

Maybe a concealed gem attraction even for the inhabitants of La Hola, Stuart’s collection at the University of California campus in San Diego is a breathtaking local landmark where dramatic statues and works of art are integrated into houses and current landscape design. The most distinctive thing about the collection – particularly if you have visited UCSD since its inception in 1983 – is the Sun God. However, there are today 18 works of art by leading artists who could make a great stroll for you or even a cheerful scavenger chase with your children when you attempt to track them down around campus.

About Stuart’s Collection

According to the 1982 agreement between the Stuart Collection and the University of California, the entire campus of the University of California San Diego can be regarded as a place for custom sculpting. The newest collection is so groundbreaking that, as noted earlier, art is intertwined with existing facilities and scenery. The painters are chosen based on recommendations from the Advisory Board of the Stewart Collection, a group of globally acclaimed artists. The painters collaborate with the university through a suggestion, project, and design process to maintain the continuity of the university and the selected location.

Why is it good for children?

Well, in contrast to the usual museum of modern art, in some instances students can reach out and even get into art. And if you type out a map, it’s amusing to check the exhibits when you walk. Or, you could display the photos and watch who can see the exhibits beforehand. Make your quest a fascinating play and a pleasant day in La Hall with the children.

Tuesday
  • 9AM–5PM
Wednesday
  • 9AM–5PM
Thursday
  • 9AM–5PM
Friday
  • 9AM–5PM
Saturday
  • Closed
Sunday
  • Closed
Monday
  • 9AM–5PM

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