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Art Galleries

Walker’s offers two formal galleries for visiting artists and community members, including alumnae, to exhibit their work.

Artists exhibit for approximately seven weeks, with the opening of the show celebrated with a reception that is open to the public and the Walker’s community. During receptions, students are invited to discuss the exhibited artwork with the artist, with many visiting artists conducting workshops for students in Walker’s visual art studios. 

See below for more information about each gallery. Artists interested in exhibiting their work should contact Corina Alvarezdelugo at calvarezdelugo@ethelwalker.org or 860-408-4261.

Potter Gallery
Potter Gallery

Located at the Beaver Brook entrance to the Centennial Center, the Letitia McClure Potter ’55, P’85 Gallery features a 21' x 29' gallery space with ample natural lighting as well as the Potter Gallery Extension which adds an additional 17 linear feet of gallery space.

Potter Gallery
Potter Gallery

Located at the Beaver Brook entrance to the Centennial Center, the Letitia McClure Potter ’55, P’85 Gallery features a 21' x 29' gallery space with ample natural lighting as well as the Potter Gallery Extension which adds an additional 17 linear feet of gallery space.

Potter Gallery Extension
Potter Gallery

The Potter Gallery Extension, usually used to display student artwork, is sometimes also used to extend our Potter Gallery exhibition space for special exhibitions by visiting artists.

Bell Gallery
Bell Gallery

The Art Gallery in the Constance Lavino Bell Library features a formal gallery space at the entrance to our library, and an extension gallery which offers additional wall space around the bookshelves.

Bell Gallery
Bell Gallery

The Art Gallery in the Constance Lavino Bell Library features a formal gallery space at the entrance to our library, and an extension gallery which offers additional wall space around the bookshelves.

Bell Gallery
Bell Gallery

Living room-style exhibit spaces in the Bell Library’s interior feature artwork by visiting artists.

Upper School Art Gallery
Upper School Gallery

Upper School student artwork is on display throughout the year on the lower level of Beaver Brook.

Middle School Art Gallery
Middle School Gallery

Middle School art students learn how to present their works to the class for a peer-to-peer critique. Middle School artwork is regularly on display in the Middle School Art Gallery, located in the Middle School computer lab.