McKendree University Gallery of Art
Third Annual Get Out! Paint Out! exhibit, August 11- September 29
Awards Reception, Thursday, September 22, 5 - 8 pm
Be a volunteer!
The gallery is looking for gallerists who can be available during open hours.
For more information contact email@example.com.
Summer Hours may vary, but generally are 1-4 Thursday-Sunday. Send an email to arrange a visit to firstname.lastname@example.org
During the school year gallery hours are 1:00-4:00 Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays and 2:00-5:00 on Fridays.
The McKendree University Gallery of Art is located at 224 Saint Louis Street in historic
Lebanon, Illinois. Please contact us at email@example.com to request a tour.
Exhibitions and receptions are free and open to the public.
Meet our Staff
Stop in between 1-4 Thursday and Saturday. One of our gallerists will be happy to show you the current work on display.
Contact us to reserve the gallery for your special function. The gallery is an ideal venue for presentations of up to 30 people.
Tuesday, March 26 at 6:00 p.m.
Welcome to the Big Leagues
Emmalee Shelton, a former McKendree student and founder of Autism Creates, will speak in the gallery about her experiences in working with special needs students. Ms. Shelton curated the exhibition An Exceptional Art Show and has many engaging stories to tell about the creation and the creators of the beautiful and interesting work currently on exhibit in the gallery.
From Cage to Cardiff: Introducing the Art of Sound
This one-hour seminar will include an introductory lecture on the history of sound art, looking at some of the key artists, concepts, and technologies associated with the genre. Presenter Christopher Ottinger will demonstrate using experimental musical instruments of his own creation.
The Evolution of the Western Female Silhouette: AKA The Corset Talk
The Evolution of the Western Female Silhouette: AKA The Corset Talk addresses the five hundred year history of women, as seen through the manipulation and control of their bodies. Audience members will be invited to participate in hands-on demonstrations of historical undergarment reproductions.
Susan Handler utilizes the arts as an educational resource tool to investigate and communicate social cultural, gender topics, government policies, and humanitarian and environmental issues.