Equipped with a built-in screen and projector, the first-floor Gage Gallery is ideal for lectures, presentations, and small receptions. The Gallery is home to regular photography exhibits that fit with Roosevelt’s social-justice mission, and it is one of only a handful of galleries in the country that exhibits documentary photography solely for educational purposes. Recent exhibitions have explored themes including immigration, incarceration, gun violence, terrorism, mental illness, LGBTQ activism, and poverty, and recently featured artists include Eugene Richards, Noor’s Nina Berman and Jon Lowenstein, Edmund Clark, Milton Rogovin, and VII’s Jessica Dimmock, among others.
- Built-in screen and projector
- Receptions, 50
- Lectures, 60
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