Visitor Information

Admission to the Huret & Spector Gallery is open to the public free of charge, and the gallery is wheelchair accessible.

Gallery Hours

12:00–5:00 pm and by appointment

The gallery will be closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's Day, Easter, Memorial Day, and during exhibition installations. Please call for additional information about specific closure dates.

Directions to the Gallery

The Emerson College Huret & Spector Gallery is located at 10 Boylston Place (Tufte Production and Performance Center), Boston, MA.

Once on the Emerson campus, walk down Boylston Place (between 120 and 130 Boylston Street) toward the Massachusetts Department of Transportation building and City Place. The last door on your left leads into the Tufte Center building (10 Boylston Place), indicated by Emerson College flags at the doorway. The Huret & Spector Gallery is located on the 6th floor of the Tufte Center.


College classes and other groups are welcome to visit the gallery on their own or guided by a gallery staff person.

Tours are available Monday–Friday, 11:00 am–3:00 pm. Tours before 11:00 am on weekdays are also possible. Guided tours must be made with a minimum of two weeks notice and are limited for groups of 5–30 persons. Please contact Joseph Ketner to schedule a visit.

Contact Us

Huret & Spector Gallery
10 Boylston Place, 6th Floor
Boston, MA 02116

Joseph D. Ketner II
Lois and Henry Foster Chair in Contemporary Art
Curator–Art Historian