Opening Soon

Preparing a Place: Women Modernists from the Chapel Art Center Permanent Collection

Farm to Table: The Lucille Davison Collection of Ceramic Cow Creamers

A pair of exhibitions curated from the Chapel Art Center Permanent Collection. On view October 12, 2018 to February 16, 2019.

Opening Reception, Thursday, October 11, from 6 to 8 p.m.

For more information, please visit our Exhibitions page, or view our Programs and Events page for information about upcoming public programs for the fall 2018 season.

Elizabeth Withington, Street Scene, early 20th century. Gouache on dark blue paper. Permanent Collection, Chapel Art Center.
Elizabeth Withington, Street Scene, early 20th century. Gouache on dark blue paper. Permanent Collection, Chapel Art Center.
 
Cow Creamer, Staffordshire, c. 1790. Earthenware with blue transfer decoration. Permanent Collection, Chapel Art Center.
Cow Creamer, Staffordshire, c. 1790. Earthenware with blue transfer decoration. Permanent Collection, Chapel Art Center.

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  • About the Chapel Art Center

    The Alva de Mars Megan Chapel Art Center is Saint Anselm College's gallery for the exhibition of fine art. Founded in 1967, this facility provides a gracious setting for special exhibitions and houses a permanent collection of artworks. It welcomes the campus and general public with exhibitions throughout the academic year.

    Formerly the college's chapel, the Chapel Art Center maintains a beautifully decorated vaulted ceiling with allegorical lunettes painted by Father Raphael Pfisterer, O.S.B. (1877-1942) and magnificent stained glass windows. Its uniquely serene ambiance and rich historical significance make for the perfect cultural setting. As a center for the promotion of the fine arts, exhibitions coincide with lectures, tours, concerts, and recitals.