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Arthur Secunda FAQ

Museum Information:
The Arthur Secunda Museum at Cleary University began as a single-artist, university museum featuring a variety of art created by Arthur Secunda from the 1950s through 2012. The Museum was to be created in four phases, the first three of which have been completed and are open to the public. In a unique chronological exhibit, most of the walls and hallways in Cleary University have been dual-purposed to provide 1,500 linear feet of exhibit space, including four enclosed galleries. In honor of Secunda’s Michigan connection, one of the four galleries hosts rotating exhibitions by other accomplished Michigan artists.

Admission Fees:
There are no admission fees.
Please contact the Museum in advance when bringing large groups, school groups, or bus tours, for special arrangements such as docent-led tours or educational project sessions.

Monday – Thursday, 10am – 5pm
Other days and times may be available during university hours or by advance arrangement. The Museum may be rented for special events. Catering services are available.

Following the signs, visitors will find art in several buildings on the Cleary University Campus, 3750 Cleary Drive, Howell, Michigan. Additional art is located in the Museum Airport Annex in the Livingston County Spencer J. Hardy Airport, 3399 County Airport Dr, Howell, Michigan.

Tax-deductible contributions to support the Museum can be made by check or credit card. Go here to make a donation online, or mail it to the Arthur Secunda Museum at Cleary University, 3750 Cleary Drive, Howell, MI 48843.

For additional information or to obtain answers to questions regarding the above items, email or call 517.586.3002.

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