The Leslie H. and Ethyl Rose Miller Gallery was established in 2006, when Otterbein University purchased and renovated the new Art and Communications building at 33 Collegeview Road. An important part of the University's distributed gallery system, the Miller's 41 linear feet hosts exhibitions by art faculty, visiting artists, and prominent art alumni, and is also an integral part of the Art Department's curriculum and pedagogy. High quality exhibitions enrich student learning, and students have the chance to engage with many artists who offer lectures or workshops in conjunction with their shows. In an annual culminating experience, this premiere exhibition space is dedicated entirely to student work during the second half of the Spring semester. Student shows include the annual Student Juried Exhibition and Senior Art Exhibitions, which showcase the accomplishments of the faculty-guided Senior Seminar.
Browse the Miller Gallery Collections:
Don Austin - Be Well Out Here: The Big Go West
Evelyn Davis-Walker: House + Wife
Jim Bowling: Beneath the Surface
Magda Parasidis: Ghosts in Sunlight
Plane of Liberation: Dialectic of Social Space
Urban Reflections: Contemporary Thai Photography - Part of Otterbein's "Opening Doors to the World"