The Chadron State College Gallery Series is a combined effort between the college’s Galaxy Series and the Art Department. Artists from across the country, as well as our own emerging student artists are featured in two exhibit spaces: The Main Gallery and Gallery 239. The galleries are located in Memorial Hall on the scenic Chadron Stat College campus. Students and visitors are offered a “whole-arts” experience that includes plays, concerts and art exhibits.
Chadron State College continually accepts and reviews submissions for exhibitions that provide the academic and regional communities that are aesthetically stimulating and engaging. The proposal process is open to all persons age 18 and over. Proposals for all forms of visual art including new media and installation are encouraged. Submissions are reviewed twice a year (fall and spring) for four-week shows to be on display during the academic year. There are opportunities for workshops/gallery talks in conjunction with the exhibit available. Artists not selected for the current year remain in Artist Registry for future consideration.
The proposal process is open to all persons age 18 and over.
Materials may be sent to CSCgallery1@gmail.com
Proposals are continually accepted and reviewed via e-mail by the Gallery Committee. The Committee which selects exhibits and exhibitions for the Memorial Hall Galleries base their decisions on (though no limited to) the following criteria: quality of artwork, originality, educational opportunities/tie in with College curriculum, and balance with the gallery schedule as a whole. Artists not selected for the current year(s) will remain in the artist registry for future consideration. Additionally, paid opportunities for workshops/gallery talks in conjunction with the exhibit may be available.
For more information, please contact Shellie Johns at 308-432-6380 or Laura Bentz at 308-432-6324.
Mon.- Fri., 9 am - 4:30 pm
Or by appointment. Call 308-432-6317 for more information.
Main Gallery is located in the Memorial Hall lobby.
Gallery 239 is on the 2nd floor of Memorial Hall.