Art Galleries and Exhibits

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The Walford Galleries support the educational mission of the Art Department and function as its primary exhibition site serving Wheaton College students.  It is open to the general public.  The Gallery exhibition program and related colloquia are academic in nature, and informed by the Christian liberal arts identity of the College. Exhibitions explore diverse aspects of contemporary art dialog and present artistic works that strive to celebrate and investigate: beauty, appropriate craftsmanship, the significance of artistic paradigms, the redemptive potential of visual images, the power of art to shape community, and individual creative expression.

Gallery Hours and Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5pm.

Walford Gallery

Timothy Sheesley
Master Printer: Artist and Collaborator

Show Dates: August 24th - September 24th
Reception: September 24th 4:30 - 6:30

Student Gallery

The student gallery is a flexible and creative space utilized by students and faculty to experiment with artwork, install temporary exhibitions, and hash out the conceptual ideas they are examining.  Currently, no formal show is being hosted.  The department encourages you to swing by the space and see what we might be up to.

Library Cafe Gallery

CIVA Juried Exhibition - Work: Curse or Calling?

A traveling exhibition sponsored by OPUS, the artwork examines the theme of "work".  Showcasing innovative approaches to materials and images, WORK: Curse of Calling? should pique curiosity and spark dialogue.

Beamer Center - Fireside Room Gallery

CIVA Juried Exhibition - Work: Curse or Calling?

A traveling exhibition sponsored by OPUS, the artwork examines the theme of "work".  Showcasing innovative approaches to materials and images, WORK: Curse of Calling? should pique curiosity and spark dialogue.

Art Department Seniors

 

 

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