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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 including Emison are closed to public.
For all questions:

Misti Scott Administrative Assistant
765.658.4336 or mscott@depauw.edu

 

For Student, Staff and Faculty the galleries hours are:

Tuesday - Thursday 10am to 5pm

All other days and times are by appointment only. Please contact:

Misti Scott Administrative Assistant
765.658.4336 or mscott@depauw.edu

 

Current Exhibits

Richard E. Peeler Art Center

Shifting Gaze: A Reconstruction of The Black & Hispanic Body in Contemporary Art
from the Collection of 
Dr. Robert B. Feldman

University Gallery (lower level)

An American in Venice: James McNeill Whistler and His Legacy Thirty-five prints by the
artist and his followers

University Gallery (upper level)

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)

@depauwart on Twitter


On exhibit: Untitled 1, 2014 by Paul Henry Ramirez captures the graceful movements of the body. Ramirez collaborates with dancers to create gestures of joy and sensuality. #DepauwArt https://t.co/prjU0Bk0GV

4 days ago

On Exhibit: Shawn Theodore creates multiple narratives in Not So Satisfactual, 2017 that conflate time and history, fiction and reality, voice and intervention. https://t.co/prjU0Bk0GV

17 days ago

Art theft is nothing new, but not often do you see the Vatican listed as the culprit. https://t.co/Azs8uEMxI3

17 days ago