North Central College galleries show a range of artwork and exhibitions from students to community artists who have earned accolades to internationally renowned artists who have been honing their craft for years. Most exhibits are free and open to the public for the cultural enrichment and enjoyment of the community.
The gallery in Meiley-Swallow Hall primarily serves as an exhibit space for the art department, showcasing work from students, faculty, and occasional guest artists. Exhibits are free and open to the public and the community is encouraged to come and view the work. This space can be reserved for rentals depending on the exhibit and availability.
Oesterle Library Gallery is North Central College's community space which exhibits an array of work including local professional artist. Additionally, our art department students have the opportunity to curate their own exhibitions yearly. The space can exhibit a variety of art forms and serves to educate and enrich our students and the Naperville community and beyond. Most exhibits are free and open to the public.
The Schoenherr Gallery, located inside the Fine Arts Center, exhibits work from professional artists and traveling collections. The gallery serves to educate and enrich our students and the Naperville community and beyond. Most exhibits are free and open to the public. The space can be reserved for rentals, depending on the exhibit and pending availability.