The Janet Turner Print Museum at CSU, Chico, houses a permanent collection of almost 4,000 fine art prints from 40 countries spanning six centuries and includes works from Dalí, Dürer, Goya, Hockney, Hogarth, Kollwitz, Miró, Picasso, Rembrandt, Renoir, Saar, Tamayo, Turner, and many more.
The mission of The Janet Turner Print Museum is to enhance the understanding and appreciation of the visual arts among the University’s students and faculty, the greater Chico community and the citizens of the region.
The University and the North State have a treasure in the Janet Turner Print Museum. This collection of fine art prints illustrates printing techniques across six centuries and forty countries. It represents the artistic imagination of a vast array of cultures and artists, and serves as a singular resource for our region.
No other collection like it exists north of the large urban centers of Sacramento and San Francisco.
Located in the ground floor of Meriam Library on the CSU, Chico Campus.