Susan C. & Gerald C. Eckert Art Gallery

The Eckert Art Gallery provides diverse, dynamic and meaningful visual art experiences to inspire learners to grow both intellectually and personally, enabling them to contribute positively to local and global communities.

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Located within the Winter Visual and Performing Art Center (60 W. Cottage Avenue, Millersville) the Eckert Art Gallery is open to the public. Admission is free. The gallery is closed during academic breaks and major holidays.

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  • Riffs... On Color and Space — August 29–October 17, 2019
    Barbara Grossman

    Barbara Grossman’s large-scale oil paintings are an exploration of theme and variation. Women singing and reading together are the narrative subjects, while the environment, rooms of luminous color and dynamic pattern, provide the painterly structure and visual complexity which drives Grossman’s work.

    Reception and Gallery Talk September 19, 2019, 5:30-7:00PM

  • Diasporic Musings — October 23–December 9, 2019
    Curated by Sharif Bey

    A selection of ceramic work by African American artists who synthesize, appropriate, incorporate and reject western and non-western cultural influences. Through explorations of symbolism, ritual, function and myth these artists contribute to discussions regarding tradition, social responsibility, race, identity politics, and fetish by negotiating their identities as ceramic artists of the African Diaspora through clay.

    Reception October 23, 2019, 5:00–6:30PM

  • Microworld by Genetic Moo — January 23–March 6, 2020
    Presented by Lumen Art Projects

    Microworlds are immersive spaces full of interactive art. Sensors create a fully responsive and intuitive environment inviting you to engage with digital art. Each microworld is populated by artificial creatures with their own life cycles, energy needs and survival techniques. They may respond to changes in color, movement or sound. Visitors may design new creatures to add into the space using webcams and touch screens. Each Microworld is a celebration of a new type of living art.

    Reception February 6, 2020, 5:30–7:00PM

    Funded in part by the Millersville University College of Science and Technology

  • Marc Chagall Etchings & Lithographs — March 12–May 1, 2020

    Marc Chagall (1887-1985) created art filled with religious symbolism and airy, yet complex imagery. Visual storytelling is central to the work in this exhibition, which includes 10 etchings and 42 brilliantly colored lithographs from his 1956 and 1960 Bible suites. Chagall said he did not see the Bible, rather he dreamed it, even as a child. His vision combines his Jewish heritage and modernist painting aesthetic, providing viewers with a poetic interpretation of the meaning of life.

    Reception March 12, 2020, 5:30–7:00PM

  • Gallery Hours and Contact Information

    The Eckert Art Gallery will be closed 10/12 through Tues. 10/15 for Fall Break. Regular Gallery Hours will resume on Wed. 10/16.

    Free and open to the public, while MU is in session. Closed for academic breaks and holidays. 

    Tues–Sat: 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
    Thurs: 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

    Open on weekends prior to most events in the Winter Center and by appointment for group visits.

    Contact the Eckert Art Gallery

    Heidi Leitzke, Director

  • Directions and Parking

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    After 4pm and on the weekends, visitors can park in open lots on Cove Drive. You can also park in the Gaige Parking Garage with entrances on N. Prince Street and W. Cottage Avenue.

    If you are visiting the Winter Center Monday through Friday before 4pm, you will need to obtain a visitor pass from University Police headquarters at Lebanon House (237 N. George Street). Visitor parking spaces are also marked off on the first floor of the Gaige Parking Garage.