- Sacre du Printemps, 1992 (pochoir, 84 x 35 1/2, 40)
The Arthur Secunda Museum at Cleary University will be created in four phases, the first of which is now completed and open.
Chrysler Hall North has been “dual-purposed” to provide 550 linear feet of quality wall display space. This includes creation of a dedicated gallery, which will host rotating exhibitions in the future.
When the Arthur Secunda Museum build-out is completed, more than 1500 linear feet of wall space and two dedicated galleries for rotating exhibitions will comprise the core Museum. For information on other phases of development, please see below.
Déjà vu: The Graphic Works of Arthur Secunda, 1948-2005. “Graphic works” is another way of saying “original limited edition prints.” Over Secunda’s 67-year career as a printmaker, he has produced 355 limited editions. The current exhibition contains approximately two-thirds of those editions. This exhibition corresponds with publication of a “Catalog Raisonne of Secunda’s Graphic Works, 1948-2005”. Cleary University is co-publisher of this significant resource..
There are no admission fees.
Please contact the Museum in advance when bringing large groups, such as school groups and bus tours. Special arrangements for group visits can be made by contacting email@example.com.
Monday - Thursday: 9am to 6pm
Other days and times may be available by advance arrangement. The facilities may be rented for special events. Catering services are available.
Chrysler Hall North is located on the Cleary University campus, 3750 Cleary Drive, Howell, Michigan.
FUTURE PHASES OF BUILD-OUT:
Phase Two: The Museum will expand to include the Johnson Center and new Welcome Center. The Johnson Center will emphasize “unique” works such as paintings, mixed media, collages, and monotypes. The Welcome Center will become the starting point for Museum tours.
Phase Three: Chrysler Hall South will come online, and provide a second, larger dedicated gallery for rotating exhibitions.
Phase Four: Cleary University’s new Wellness Center will become a Museum Annex, and house the large collection of posters related to Secunda’s life and work.