jOHN A. dAY GALLERY
With over 185 feet of linear wall space and nearly 2,900 square feet, the gallery space also hosts receptions, lectures, art auctions and various art educational events and functions for the fine arts programs and for the USD community and the City of Vermillion public.
The John A. Day Gallery is open to the public free of charge between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and on weekends by special appointment (closed holidays).
OSCAR HOWE GALLERY
The University Art Galleries houses the largest single collection of works by Oscar Howe, the internationally noted American Indian artist and former USD faculty member. Exhibitions in the Howe are rotated several times a year.
HOURS & LOCATION
The Oscar Howe Gallery is located in Historic Old Main and is open to the public Monday through Friday from 1 to 5 p.m., except on national holidays.
Gallery 110 provides exhibition space for smaller, more intimate works with just over 63 feet of wall space. Solo and small group exhibitions of works on paper are ideal shows for this space.
Gallery 110 hosts the annual fall semester Loan Show through the University Art Galleries, which loans works of art from its collection for use in public spaces on campus at no charge as part of its efforts to contribute to campus beautification and informal aesthetic education. Works on loan from the University Art Galleries may be displayed on-campus in public spaces such as offices, lounges and common areas.
Gallery 110 is open weekdays between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.