The Janalyn Hanson White Gallery serves as a special venue to showcase student capstone projects, local high school talent and the work of many other regional and national artists and exhibitors.

Thanks to a generous endowment from the Tim and Jan White Family, The Janalyn Hanson White Gallery in lower McAuley Hall was recently renovated. Since the gallery is intended as a teaching tool, we invite artists of national reputation who work in a variety of media. These artists often come to meet with students and give a lecture during the exhibit's opening reception. In recent months, exhibitions of painting, drawing, digital video interactive works, installation, fiber arts, printmaking, sculpture and video by artists from New York City, Chicago, Minneapolis, Mexico, and London have been on display in the gallery.

Gallery Hours* & Location
Monday–Friday | 4–6 p.m.
Lower McAuley Hall (Maps & Parking)

*Viewings outside of normal business hours can be arranged by checking out a gallery key from the Sisters of Mercy University Center Desk, or by calling 319-363-8213. Summer viewings can be arranged by checking out a gallery key from the Sisters of Mercy University Center Information Desk. The gallery has no official hours during the summer. 

Gallery Director
John-Thomas Richard
Office: Warde 401 | Phone: 319-363-8212 x-1377 | jrichard@mtmercy.edu


 

Spring & Summer 2017 Gallery Exhibits

Anna Buckner: Untitled

January 16th – February 9th, 2017 Exhibit »

February 9th Closing Reception »

Mount Mercy Instagram Jam

February 16th – March 9th, 2017 Exhibit »

February 16th Opening Reception »

Student-curated Exhibit

March 13th – 17th, 2017 Exhibit »

March 13th Opening Reception »

High School Art Exhibit

March 27th – April 7th, 2017 Exhibit »

Senior Thesis Show I

April 9th – 28th, 2017 Exhibit »

April 9th Opening Reception »

Senior Thesis Show II

April 30th – May 21st, 2017 Exhibit »

April 30th Opening Reception »

Summer Student Show
 

May 29th – August 31st, 2017 Exhibit »

August 31st Closing Reception »