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Schmucker Art Gallery

Building: Schmucker Hall
Phone: (717)337-6080
FAX: (717)337-6099
Office Email Address: cps@gettysburg.edu
Office Hours: 9-4
Campus Box: 2452


The 1600 square-foot Schmucker Art Gallery is a lively art space that displays seven to eight different exhibitions each year. Included in the gallery calendar are shows by local, national, and international contemporary artists, a faculty exhibition, a student exhibition, the annual senior art major show, and traveling exhibits of works selected from public and private collections.

Gallery hours: 
Tuesday - Saturday 10 - 4


Location: The Schmucker Art Gallery is located on the main floor of Schmucker Hall (conveniently located at the intersection of N. Washington and Water Streets) and is fully accessible. Free parking is available in one of the Visitor parking lots on campus, or free 2-hour parking can be found on the streets adjacent to Schmucker Hall. The main entrance is through the quadrangle side of the building.

For more information: contact Shannon Egan, Ph.D., Director, Schmucker Art Gallery, Gettysburg College, Box 2452, 300 N. Washington St., Gettysburg, PA 17325, 717-337-6080, segan@gettysburg.edu

Mailing List: If you would like to be placed on our mailing list to receive exhibition announcements and invitations to gallery events, please send your name and mailing address to segan@gettysburg.edu.

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Summer 2005

ART LESSONS : An Exhibition of Local Children's Art

June 3 - 24, 2005

Opening Reception: First Friday, June 3, 6-8 pm

Works in a variety of media that celebrate the unique insight and bright imaginations of young children!

 Children's Art Detail

 

 


MACHINE AESTHETIC: The Art of the Harley

July 1- 29, 2005

Opening Reception: First Friday, July 1, 6-8 pm

Vintage Harley-Davidson motorcycles from the collection of David and Jennifer LeVan, owners of Battlefield Harley-Davidson, and other local collectors. A celebration of the beauty and artistry embedded in a functional machine, this exhibition showcases seven important Harley models dating from 1937 to the present. Also included are original paintings by acclaimed artists Scott Jacobs and David Uhl, licensed Harley-Davidson artists, and photographs from the Old School Bikers Living the Life series by well-known photographer Doug Barber.

 1945 Harley Detail

 

 
 
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