The primary mission of the Harcum Art Gallery is to educate. We seek to encourage creativity and appreciation in the visual arts through exhibition, outreach and awareness. Our role is to foster a greater sense of student inspiration and introduce the public to traditional and contemporary art methods. The Harcum Art Gallery looks to encourage art excellence through our programs, exhibitions and events. By creating an art experience, this gallery hopes to broaden the minds and add cultural enrichment to all who enter.
In addition to featuring national and regional exhibitions, we also display student shows at the end of each semester.
Normal gallery hours are weekdays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and by special arrangements from curator Hal Shunk.
WORKS BY JASON MORGAN | Jan. 22 – March 6
WORKS BY MIKE ELSASS | March 30 – April 24
Due to the temporary campus closure, the opening reception for this exhibit has been postponed. The exhibit will be open beginning March 30, and an artist’s reception will be rescheduled.
The Harcum Art Gallery opened in fall 2005 and is named after lifelong Wilmington College Trustee David Harcum (Class of 1951) and his wife June Harcum (Class of 1956).