Sculptures, Plaques, Reliefs, Murals, and Fountains at the University of Southern California

This selective listing starts in the center of campus, following north, and then south.

Central Campus Area:

Library Quadrangle

Joseph Medicine Crow Center for Public Affairs:

Taper Hall for the Humanities (Marsh, Smith, and Powell, architects):

Anna Bing Arnold Plaza and Sculpture Garden

(west of Taper Hall for the Humanities, Marsh, Smith, and Powell, architects):

Athletics area

North side of campus:

Viterbi School of Engineering:

Mudd Hall of Philosophy, Harris Hall of Architecture and Fisher Art Gallery/Museum Sculpture Garden:

(near Exposition Boulevard. Ralph C. Flewelling, architect, 1939 -1940; building inspired by the Regency/Moderne style.)



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