Campus Art Loan Program
The Campus Art Loan Program provides artwork for display in public areas on campus for the Penn community to appreciate on a daily basis. A limited selection of artwork is available for loan, and each loan is considered on a case-by-case basis. If you are considering borrowing works from the University Art Collection, please keep the following points in mind:
- The artwork is available for loan on a first-come, first-served basis.
- It is the responsibility of the borrower to properly maintain the artwork. If there is any change to the artwork’s location or condition, the borrower must advise the Office of the Curator immediately.
- If for any reason loaned artwork is to be returned to the Office of the Curator, it is the responsibility of the borrower to arrange and to pay for the return the artwork to the Office of the Curator.
- A maximum of two framed works is available to any one borrowing entity.
- A business administrator must sign off on the loan form and supply the Curator's office with an appropriate budget number.
- Offices requesting art must meet minimum requirements in terms of security and environmental factors. Loans are granted for a term of one year and may be renewed.