From curating shows to exhibiting your own work, we promote dynamic student research and creative activity by engaging the diverse and rich world of artistic expression. Working with objects first-hand is key, with numerous field trips to major museums in Baltimore and Washington, D.C. as well as an extended visit to New York City.
Schmucker Art Gallery provides students the chance to learn the ropes behind Gallery and Museum work, whether as student workers, part of a class or as curators themselves.
West Gallery provides a convenient and flexible exhibition space near the Painting and Drawing Studios, used for works that range from introductory classes to professional artists and where students can also serve as curators.
Art House is a College House centered around celebrating the arts on campus. Its mission is to promote art programs and establish a stronger artistic community on the Gettysburg College campus as well as local Gettysburg.
Artem is an art and art history club focused on community interaction with the arts. Artem seeks to connect students to art opportunities on campus and offers a creative space for students to meet.