Mark A. Chapman Gallery
Department of Art in Willard Hall
The Mark A. Chapman Gallery on the first floor of Willard Hall opened in 2005. Cheryl Mellenthin and Mark Chapman funded a complete renovation of the former Willard Hall gallery, increasing the exhibition space to over 1,400 square feet along with 400 square feet dedicated to exhibition preparation and kitchen facilities.
The Department of Art hosts BFA and MFA student exhibitions in the gallery as part of graduation requirements each semester. The technology friendly gallery serves not only exhibition purposes, but also provides a location for an active Visiting Artist Lecture Program.
BFA, MFA, and visiting artist exhibitions are partially funded through K-State SGA Fine Arts Fee.
Gallery HoursMonday-Friday 10am-5pm*Gallery is closed during university breaks & holidays.
September 16-October 4, 2019
"Cloud Nine" Exhibition Installation by Sharon Que
The Kansas State University Department of Art presents Sharon Que installation "Cloud Nine" starting Monday, September 16 in the Mark A. Chapman Gallery, Willard 116. She will be holding an artist talk on September 3 at 10:15am in Willard 220.
Admission is free and open to the public.
August 20- September 12, 2019
"Typographic Vision(s)" Exhibition Installation by Virginia Green & Mervi Pakaste
|The Kansas State University Department of Art presents Virginia Green, and K-State's Graphic Design Professor, Mervi Pakaste's Letterpress installation "Typographic Vision(s)" starting Tuesday, August 20th in the Mark A. Chapman Gallery, Willard 116. Admission is free and open to the public.|
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