Western Illinois University Art Gallery

Macomb. IL 61455 Tel: (309) 298-1587 Fax: (309) 298-2400 Internet Address: www.wi j.edu/users/miart/gallery.html Curator of Exhibits: Mr. John R. Graham Admission: free.
Attendance: 9,000 Established: 1H99 Membership: N ADA Compliant: Y Parking: obtain temporary permit from WIU Office of Public Safety in Mowbray Hall.

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Open: Academic Year,

Monday, 9am-4pm;

Tuesday. 9am-4pm and 6pm-8pm:

Wednesday to Friday. 9am-4pm.

Closed: Legal Holidays, School Vacations.

Facilities: Galleries (3).

Activities: Gallery Talks: Lectures; Temporary Exhibitions; Traveling Exhibitions. Publications: exhibition catalogues.

Western Illinois University Art Gallery Photo Gallery

The Gallery presents a schedule of temporary exhibitions of work drawn from its permanent collection, professional artists, faculty, and students. In addition to gallery exhibits, sculptures are sited throughout the campus. Holdings include Works Progress Administration graphics and painings, contemporary graphics, paintings, sculpture, glass, and ceramics.

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Monmouth College – Len G. Everett Gallery

Hewes Library. Monmouth. IL 61462 Tel: (309.) 457-2364

Internet Address: www.monm.edu/academic/Art/gallery.html Department Chair: Ms. Cheryl Meeker

Archibald J. Motley, Jr, The Jazz Singers, c. 1937. oil on ran vas, 32 x 42 inches. WPA. Permanent collection, Western Illinois University Art Gallery. Photograph courtesy of Western Illinois University, Macomb, Illinois.

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Admission: free.

Open: Call for hours.

Facilities: Galleries.

Activities: Temporary Exhibitions.

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Located in the Hewes Library, the Everett Gallery offers temporary exhibitions of work by professional artists and students, including an annual student exhibition and competition each Spring. There are continuing displays of materials from the collections. The Shields collection includes art and artifacts from ancient Egypt. Rome, and Greece as well as other civilizations and cultures.

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