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MTSU | Baldwin Photographic Gallery

MTSU | Baldwin Photographic Gallery



Located within the John Bragg College of Media and Entertainment Building (BRAGG) at Middle Tennessee State University, the Baldwin Photographic Gallery provides access to inspiring photographic works for the students and faculty of Middle Tennessee State University as well as the general public. The Baldwin Photographic Gallery has a long tradition of exhibiting photographic works of national and international stature, and brings exhibiting artists to MTSU to conduct workshops and lectures.

The gallery was founded in 1964 by Professor Harold Baldwin. He served as curator of the gallery and Professor of Photography until his retirement in 1991. The gallery was formally named for Mr. Baldwin in 1996. Mr. Baldwin made a large gift in 2013 to build a new gallery space opening January 27, 2014.

Professor Baldwin also established a permanent gallery collection of prints of exhibiting artists. The Baldwin Collection includes the works of notable artists such as Ansel Adams, Minor White, and Jerry Uelsmann.

Professor of Photography, Tom Jimison has served as curator of the Baldwin Photographic Gallery and Collection since 1991.


MTSU | Baldwin Photographic Gallery

1735 Blue Raider Drive, Murfreesboro, TN 37132


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8am-4:30pm Weekdays when university classes are in session.

The gallery is available to the public by appointment.

Contact the curator to schedule a visit.

Presented by Baldwin Photographic Gallery at MTSU | Baldwin Photographic Gallery

Sep 13 - Oct 20, 2017