Wheaton offers a wide range of exhibits showcasing student and faculty art work, as well as exhibits from visiting artist and professors. These exhibits are held in the Hansen Galleries, and the Student Gallery in Adams Hall. Student exhibits are open to the public during the annual juried art exhibits, and senior showcases each spring.
Information on student and faculty exhibits can be found at the Art Department.
The Billy Graham Center Museum
The Billy Graham Center Museum is a part of the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College which exists to stimulate global evangelism worldwide. The museum houses exhibits featuring the history or evangelism in America and collections from the Billy Graham Center Archives, as well as exhibits from visiting artist whose work exemplifies the mission of the museum.
The Marion E. Wade Center
The Marion E. Wade Center hosts exhibits focused on the memorabilia and archives related to the seven Wade Center authors: Owen Barfield, G.K. Chesterton, C.S. Lewis, George MacDonald, Dorothy L. Sayers, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Charles Williams.
Wheaton College Archives and Special Collections
Wheaton College Archives & Special Collections is located on the third floor of the Billy Graham Center, and its purpose is to keep records of the history of Wheaton College and its predecessor, the Illinois Institute, as well as to support the curriculum by collecting rare and unique materials that document significant individuals or movements in the Christian faith. Each year the Archives & Special Collections host two exhibits, one per semester, exploring a particular aspect of Wheaton's history or its special collections.
Wheaton College Archives and Special Collections >>
For information on all upcoming exhibits, please visit the Events Calendar.