August 31–May 1: Monday-Friday 10:30am-5:00pm, Saturday 1:00-4:00pm
May 2–August 30: Daily by appointment
Free admission; handicapped accessible.
Since the early 1970s, the art gallery has been integral to Grace College’s art program. Originally located within two rooms of an old two-story house that served as the art department, the gallery moved in 1999, to its newly renovated space within historic Mount Memorial Hall. Still located within the center of the art department, it continues to serve as a pillar in our visual arts program.
To present excellence in creative work that provides an educational, cultural, and spiritual lens for understanding the human condition and our inherent creativity. Exhibitions support the curriculum of Grace College Art Department and provide a forum for interdisciplinary dialogue, community enrichment, and faith integration. To provide opportunities to engage with original works of art that allow for understanding concept, process, product, and critique.
The gallery offers seven or more exhibitions annually, which include a range of historic and contemporary genres, and styles. Featured works include Grace college students, faculty, alumni, and local and regional artists. National and international works are shown through loan or traveling exhibition opportunities.
European and American works of art provide the central focus of our current collection. Selected works are on view throughout campus.