view of the museum sign above the mall entrance

Mission

The Woodbury Art Museum serves as a catalyst in engaging our community in aesthetic investigation and cultural awareness. The museum collects, preserves, and exhibits art and related materials, focusing on, but not limited to, modern and contemporary artistic styles. These exhibitions, programs, and collections stimulate research and serve as a valuable resource in our academic setting as well as in the community.

Visit

The Woodbury Art Museum is free and open to the public Tuesday 11A-8P & Wednesday-Saturday 11A-5P.

575 East University Parkway N250
Orem, UT, 84097 (801)-863-4200
uvmuseum@uvu.edu

The Woodbury Art Museum is located on the southeast corner of the University Mall.

History

The Woodbury Art Museum exists out of the generosity of Orrin and Wally Woodbury. Their gracious donation of funds sought to create an art museum for the campus of Utah Valley University. The museum has been in operation since 2002.

Staff

Director/Curator: Melissa Hempel

Admin/Visitor Services: Danielle Lambert

Registrar: Rachel Munk

Graphics: Christopher Gabrielson

 

Advisory Committee

Megan Ah You

Matthew Clarke

Perry Stewart

Loclyn Torres