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 through March 18:



Eulogies of Unrest: Works by Eric Carlson and Justin Johnson
Eric Carlson and Justin Johnson
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Reception: January 25, 4 - 5:30 p.m.

This exhibition displays the work of University of Saint Francis instructors, Eric Carlson and Justin Johnson. Carlson is an assistant professor of Studio Arts with a focus on ceramics and Johnson has been the gallery director since 2002. Both artists are presenting works based on war, human conflict, and social injustices found throughout the world. Carlson will be presenting ceramic works referencing Cambodian landmines and Johnson will be presenting abstract works in mixed media that describe locations where acts against humanity have occurred. 

Link Gallery

Now showing through Sept. 6:


2018 Manchester University Themed Photo Competition
May 8 - Sept. 6, 2018

"Every photo tells a story, and your story matters."

In our first ever Manchester University Themed Photo Competition, faculty, staff, current students, and alumni were invited to submit works that expressed the chosen theme—Connections. Of the seventy-eight works accepted to the show, the following honors were awarded:

Stephanie Wheeler ’17, ’18 (student), Best of Show
Jeffrey A. Beer (faculty), Honorable Mention, black & white
Savannah Pugmire ’18 (student), Honorable Mention, color
Jeanine Mae Wine ’76 (staff), Honorable Mention, altered

Gallery 101 - On the Fort Wayne Campus

Now showing through July 25:


by Anna Shukeylo

This exhibition features paintings that delve into a voyeuristic exploration of spaces both familiar and foreign. Through imaginative exploration into neighbors' windows, recollections of own lived interiors, and fictional scenarios, curiosity and personal history clash in a vaguely familiar setting.