This multimedia museum honors the accomplishments of University of Minnesota students, alumni and faculty.
It is a popular and unique room for VIP receptions and dinners.

The Curtis L. and Arleen M. Carlson Heritage Gallery, a multimedia exhibit in the McNamara Center, honors the accomplishments of University of Minnesota students, alumni, faculty and staff.

This 2,600-square-foot gallery was created by Vincent Ciulla Design of New York and is housed behind the reconstructed Memorial Stadium arch, a prominent fixture in Memorial Hall. The gallery features permanent and changing photographs, videos, artifacts, and inventions that tell the innumerable stories of the University.

The Heritage Gallery is available to rent for dinners and receptions up to 100 people.

The Heritage Gallery is open Monday through Friday 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. and on Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (On occasion, the gallery is closed due to a private event. Please call the Event Office at 612.624.9831 to confirm if the gallery is open.)

Read more from the January-February 2000 issue of Minnesota, official magazine of the University of Minnesota Alumni Association.

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