Visitor Policies

ACCESSIBILITY
Please inquire at the reception desk for any assistance you may require.

CAMERAS
Non-flash photography is permitted based on the exhibition. Please see the front desk for further information.

BELONGINGS
For the safety of the artwork and your personal comfort we ask that certain items be checked with our front desk attendant. Items will be stored in a secured space during your visit. This includes backpacks, skateboards, oversize bags larger than 11 x 17, and luggage. Personal items such as purses and camera cases can be kept at all times. The USC Fisher Museum of Art is not responsible for unattended bags or belongings in or near the Museum. Tour groups are advised to leave their backpacks and large belongings on the school bus or in the classroom if possible. In all other situations, bags must be checked before the tour begins.

LOST AND FOUND
Please consult the front desk for lost items. Any unclaimed items will be turned to DPS after 2 business days of being found.

CELL PHONES
Phone calls are not permitted in the Museum galleries.

SKETCHING
Sketching is permitted in the galleries (pencil only, no ink or paint) with sketchbooks no larger than eight and a half by eleven inches (twenty-one and a half by twenty-eight centimeters). No easels, stools, or sketching while sitting on the floor is permitted.

FOOD & DRINKS
Outside food and drinks are not permitted in the Museum. Food and drinks are available at USC’s Ronald Tutor Campus Center and nearby Shop Cafe, but may not be carried into the galleries or other areas.

SMOKING
Smoking is not permitted near the USC Fisher Museum of Art, in and around Jenny Holzer’s Blacklist, and the Museum courtyard. Smoking is only permitted in designated areas located around campus.