Coronavirus Information:
Bradley University will continue on-campus, in-person classes for the spring 2021 semester with limited restrictions.



Due to the pandemic Bradley University Galleries are currently closed to the public.

The Gallery Program at Bradley University is designed to create a challenging environment that stimulates discourse among students, faculty, staff and the public as they explore the range of ideas addressed in contemporary art. It is our mission to serve as a creative hub and to act as a facilitator in the generation, presentation, and distribution of creative research. Admission is always free and open to the public.

For more information about events and exhibitions, please visit: Bradley University Galleries

2021 Student Portfolios

The Department of Art and Design and Bradley University Galleries are proud to present our 2021 Student Portfolios. Please visit the exhibition website to view the work of our MFA, BFA, Photography and Graphic Design students.

Seen but not Felt

Seen but not Felt is a virtual exhibition borne out of the impact Covid-19 has had on our society. Featuring the artwork of 14 artists, the artworks inhabits the floor plane, stretching from wall to wall and up to windows. To view the exhibition and video tour please visit:

Paul Krainak
Sample Chapters: A Virtual Exhibition

Sample Chapters is virtual exhibition featuring the artwork of Professor Emeritus Paul Krainak. To view the exhibition, view the video tour, and learn more about the artist please visit:

Contact Info

Erin Buczynski

Erin Buczynski

Director University Galleries, Exhibitions and Collections

    Heuser Art Center 106

Hours and Locations

The galleries are closed during all University closures and in between exhibits. Be sure to check the current exhibition schedule for dates when the galleries are open.