Housed in Old College Hall, a National Historic Register building constructed in 1834, Old College Gallery offers exhibitions of the University Collection, loan exhibitions, and student/faculty-generated exhibitions.
The Collection reflects a wide range of objects, including photography from its origins to the present, with emphasis on the early 20th century and the work of Gertrude Käsebier. Holdings also include the work of illustrator Howard Pyle and his students; a growing collection of American and Western European prints; Russian Icons of the 19th and 20th centuries, and Inuit art.
Examines the history and value of artworks designed to deceive
Highlights a wide range of abstraction combining the artist's process with the viewer's reactions
Prints, drawings, stone sculptures, woven baskets, bone carvings and handmade dolls honor the environment
Showcases extremely rare mineral specimens