The James S. Hall Memorial Gallery is Butler's custom-built, student-run art gallery on the lower level of 1967 Hall, adjacent to the Class of 1942 Lounge and Studio 34 Café areas. One of the most coveted exhibition spaces on campus, the gallery has over the years hosted the Visual Arts Program junior show, exhibits by the School of Architecture, the Office of International Programs' International Eye photo exhibit, and installations by visiting artists. But best of all, it provides a canvas for the student board's ideas, such as the annual Graffiti Night where everyone gets to draw on the walls, exhibits of photography by incoming first year students, sculpture, painting, posters by the Student Design Agency, costumes used in Princeton theatrical productions, and more! Our remote exhibit from spring 2020 can be found at @butlercollegeartgallery. To join the board, contact the chair, Iago Robertson-Lavalle.