Collection on View

View Paintings from the Museum & Gallery Old Master Collection

While the Museum & Gallery is closed to the public to continue removing the collection in preparation for moving to a new building and new location, you can see selected masterworks on display in these campus locations:

 

Rodeheaver Auditorium: Atrium Lobby 

Monday-Friday: Noon-5 PM and On Performance Evenings

Enjoy a display of works from the Museum & Gallery supporting the themes of Living Gallery including a Rembrandt etching of The Crucifixion and St. Peter Denying Christ by German seventeenth-century painter, Christoph Paudiss.

 

Gustafson Fine Arts Center: Atrium

Monday-Friday: 8 AM-5 PM

Luther’s Journey:  Experience the History commemorates Luther’s posting his 95 Theses—an act that changed the world.  His probing questions about man’s ultimate purpose, potential, and place in the world are still central to our own time and culture.  Luther’s life journey reminds us that ordinary people can be used by God to inspire extraordinary and enduring change.

 

War Memorial Chapel

Open only by appointment or tour request

The Benjamin West Collection
The seven paintings that hang in the War Memorial Chapel constitute the largest assemblage today of works by Benjamin West, the father of American painting.

 

Museum & Gallery

Available only by tour request

Explore ancient cultures through M&G’s antiquities collection! Of the more than 1,200 objects given by Frank and Barbara Bowen, around 250 are on view including a 120-foot long Hebrew Torah scroll dating from the 15th century, a Hebrew slingshot stone, Egyptian alabaster and kohl pots, delicate Roman glass, and Persian scale armor.

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