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Gallery Spaces

  • Nissley Gallery
  • The Nissley Gallery 

    The Nissley Gallery has been made possible by the generosity of Emily Baldwin Nissley and Thomas W. Nissley '55, major supporters of the recent renovation of The Phillips Museum.  This gallery is dedicated to the exhibition and interpretation of material from the College's permanent collection.  The gallery regularly includes undergraduate research of the collections conducted through internships, independent study and coursework.

  • Dana Gallery
  • The Dana Gallery 

    The Dana Gallery was named to recognize the contribution of The Charles A. Dana Foundation toward the completion of the Steinman College Center.  The gallery features solo and group exhibitions of contemporary artists as well as traveling exhibits.  A frequently changing exhibition schedule includes contemporary, historical and multicultural materials.  The focus is on the presentation of fine art, with an emphasis on multimedia and three-dimensional work.

  • Rothman Gallery
  • The Mildred and Leonard Rothman Gallery 

    The Mildred and Leonard Rothman Gallery recognizes the generosity of Mildred and Leonard Rothman '41. The gallery's newly expanded space is the largest exhibition venue in the museum. The flexible space, pull-down screens and controlled lighting of this gallery make it ideal for the exhibition of works on paper, photography, textiles, film and digital art.

  • The Sally Mather Gibson Curriculum Gallery
  • The Sally Mather Gibson Curriculum Gallery 

    Named for former College Trustee and Art Collection Committee Chair Sally Mather Gibson, the gallery includes classroom space and features the scholarly and artistic work of faculty and students.  With this space, faculty and students are offered a rare opportunity to collaborate and to develop public exhibitions that are a dynamic element of their teaching, learning and research. 

  • Kneedler Garden
  • The Kneedler Sculpture Garden 

    The Kneedler Sculpture Garden honors Richard Kneedler '65, P'88, and his 35 years as a faculty member, administrator, and president of Franklin & Marshall College.  As president, he was instrumental in the creation of the arts cluster that includes the Ann and Richard Barshinger Center for Musical Arts, the Phillips Museum of Art and the Roschel Performing Arts Center.