Third Street Gallery is the fine art gallery of Humboldt State University and showcases the school's outstanding fine arts program.
About the Gallery
Founded in June of 1998, First Street Gallery blends educational curriculum and student involvement with the local community.
Located on the waterfront in the heart of the historic Old Town district of Eureka, California, the Gallery provides needed exhibition space for local artists and invited artists from out of the area, and produces educational literature about current developments in the arts and their relevance.
With the growth of the HSU campus, the Gallery extends a nationally recognized learning environment to the greater North Coast community. The Gallery enhances community awareness of the visual arts through exposure to art exhibitions previously unavailable to this region.
Additionally, the Gallery serves as a major component of the successful Arts Alive project, timing show openings to coincide with this important local event. On a normal Arts Alive evening, for example, the gallery receives 800 to 1,000 visitors.
To provide HSU students with opportunities to learn firsthand about interpreting, curating and preparing art exhibits. Three academic programs are supported by the gallery:
Third Street Gallery's exhibitions and public programs also highlight the work of distinguished faculty, alumni, students and regional artists.