Daryl Reich Rubenstein Gallery

About the Gallery

The Daryl Reich Rubenstein Gallery is used as a teaching gallery. Exhibits throughout the year range from those by professional artists to student exhibits from the three divisions of the school. The highlight of the year is the annual Rubenstein Memorial Guest Artist series that includes an exhibit, lecture and workshop by a prominent artist.

Barton Rubenstein, class of 1981, his father, Lee Rubenstein, and the rest of the Rubenstein family are the benefactors of this program, which honors the memory of Barton's mother, Daryl Rubenstein.

Daryl was passionate about the arts and served as a curator at the Smithsonian Institution, was an art historian, and a generous patron of the arts. Daryl also wrote the catalogue raisonne of American artist Max Weber's graphic works. This program was established in 1981 and since its inception has invited more than 30 nationally recognized artists to exhibit at the school and share their life's work with students, faculty, and friends.

Current Exhibition

On display through October 1

Rubenstein Memorial Guest Artist

Bob Mankoff
Cartoon Editor
New Yorker Magazine

The exhibit includes more than 70 cartoons.


Read more about Bob Mankoff's visit to campus, and view photos of the exhibit online.