Humanities Art Center and Gallery

The Humanities Art Center and Gallery, located on the fourth floor of the Academic Building, holds a permanent collection of over 350 pieces. There are a number of special exhibits each year. A variety of media are represented including paintings, photographs, sculpture, and ceramics.  In the past the Department of Liberal Studies has hosted student art shows and Visiting Artist programs.  For more information on the Humanities Arts Center and Gallery, contact Dr. Karen Wilkinson at 

Tolkien and Fantasy

Tolkien and Fantasy, the current exhibit curated by Mary Ellen Zang, opened on April 9 to coincide with Professor Laura Miller-Purrenhage's seminar on J.R.R. Tolkien (offered in the Spring and Summer terms).  The exhibit features the fantasy works of three artists:  Bill Stolpin, Natasha Westcoat, and Stephen Hickman.  

Read more about this special exhibit.