About Manchester

Gallery Events

Manchester University offers the campus and greater community a variety of art experiences. Led by the Department of Art, our goal is to building artistic educational awareness. In doing so, we offer two dedicated art galleries at the North Manchester campus and one at our Fort Wayne campus, as well as other opportunities to engage in art at Manchester. 

Read more about Art Exhibitions at Manchester University.

Gallery G

Now showing:

Burnworth

QUOTIDIAN
Hanna Burnworth
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A Mixed-Media Installation and Exhibition: "Manila envelopes, vintage book pages, and wrapping paper: I am fascinated by all kinds of paper. I utilize paper in a variety of art forms, including handmade books, large mixed-media works, and primarily stitched-paper collage. For me, there is a natural ease in working with paper. As a child, my grandmother’s seed catalogues offered hours of entertainment as I cut out single flowers to create elaborate bouquets. Working with paper feels like play."

Next up in Gallery G:
April 3 - Sept. 11, 2017
Reception: Friday, April 21, 5-7 p.m.

Jim Scott


 

REMEMBRANCE
Jim Scott
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In this exhibition, Jim Scott presents a body of works inspired by his travels to the Caribbean Islands and by hiking trips in many state parks. His color palette is inspired by the beautiful colors he encountered on his many adventures. Also included in the show are large acrylic works painted in the style of “fantasy realism,” taking the old Masters’ subject matter and reworking it in a contemporary form.



Link Gallery

Now showing:

Leslee Botorff


 

March 28 - April 14, 2017
Reception: Friday, March 31, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.


Senior Art Exhibition
You are invited to view a senior art exhibition by Leslie Bottorff in Link Gallery, Otho Winger Hall.  Read more about Leslee Bottorff.


Gallery 101 - On the Fort Wayne Campus

Now showing
March 24 - June 30, 2017
Reception: Friday, April 7, 5-7 p.m.

Cara Lee Wade


 

LEGACY: ALZHEIMER'S STORIES
Cara Lee Wade, Associate Professor of Photography and Digital Imaging at University of Saint Francis, Fort Wayne, Ind.
More about Cara Lee Wade

My Grandmothers (Gram and Granny) were both diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in 1999 within months of one another. They lost the ultimate battle in 2004, again within months of one another...As they struggled to retain their identity and their memories, I am now determined to gather them and add them to my own. The result is this imagery.



Special Events
Senior Art Exhibition

Jessica Klemm


 

March 1-29, 2017

You are invited to view a senior art exhibition by Jessica Klemm. The exhibition is on display in Cordier Auditorium, main lobby, at the North Manchester campus. For more information, contact the artist at jlklemm2017@manchester.edu. Read more about Jessica Klemm.

Reception: Sunday, March 5, 2-4 p.m.