Access to our gallery is free for all members of the public. Each reservation is for a one-hour private viewing of the exhibition. Due to COVID-19, the maximum number of visitors we allow in a group is 10, and we ask that all visitors be of the same household for the reservation.
Our events team is working remotely and accepting event bookings for later 2020 dates and into 2021. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Brower Center offers a unique space to explore environmental art through exhibitions, films, performances, and other educational programs.
The Hazel Wolf Gallery, with its art of advocacy theme, continues in David Brower’s tradition by exhibiting the work of past and present day artists working toward the same goals: art that advocates for nature, biological and cultural diversity, environmental justice, and for planetary salvation. The Center features Sebastiao Salgado, Maya Lin, Richard Misrach, Edward Burtynsky, and Amy Franceschini, as well as a range of noteworthy emerging and mid-career artists.
Experiencing art that takes the natural world and its peoples as subject can build awareness and engagement, and make advocates of us all.