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The Galleries at Peeler

The educational mission of the galleries and collections at DePauw University is to inspire and engage diverse audiences through our collections, exhibitions and public programming, and to stimulate the spirit of inquiry through a variety of learning styles. As part of an institution of higher learning, we are dedicated to providing educational programming that enhances the cultural life of the immediate community by contributing to the educational enrichment of students, faculty members and the general public.

The Galleries at Peeler are currently closed during the winter break.  The Galleries at Emison are open during winter break except on university holidays.  For information about the Galleries at Emison please click here

Please see "Upcoming Exhibits" for upcoming exhibitions at Richard Peeler Art Center. 

Admission to the galleries is free and open to the public. Visit our Plan Your Visit page to learn more about scheduling a tour or for directions to the gallery.

Current Exhibits

Galleries at Emison

Highlights from the Arthur E. Klauser '45 Asian and World Community Collection Shidzuo Iikubo '23 Asian Art Gallery (Office of Admission)

Click here for our Culture Spots Audio Tour of this exhibition space

        From Traditional to Contemporary: Rethinking African Art                                                                      (Office of Admission)


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Join us at 5pm in the Peeler Auditorium for Art vs. #Content Professor Lori Miles and Vice President Dr. Anne Harris. #DePauwArt

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Professor Lyle Dechant : The Woman Who Thinks Alone Thinks Evil: Female Privacy in Late Medieval Art. 6pm Tonight, Peeler Auditorium. https://t.co/mvtmm1Yxn6

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Happening at 4:15 today: Coffee with a curator. Stop in and see how trash art and art from a child prodigy made it to the permanent art c… https://t.co/X30zwAqKbd

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