The Rogers Center for the Arts houses two art galleries: the McCoy Gallery and the Thegaste Gallery.
The McCoy Gallery hosts several exhibits each year and serves as an on-campus showcase for professional artists practicing in a wide range of styles.
In addition to giving students the opportunity to engage with professional quality work, the McCoy Gallery also offers student internships. You can learn how to research and interact with artists, curate an exhibition and manage a professional art gallery. At the end of each academic year, we open the gallery to our student artists for a group show.
For more information, please contact Professor David Raymond, Director of the McCoy Gallery.
The Thagaste Gallery hosts several exhibits each year and is a place where artists from the Greater Merrimack Valley and its neighbors, as well as student and faculty artists, can share their talents, dreams and ideas of beauty.
For more information, please contact Fr. Richard Piatt, O.S.A., Director of the Rogers Center and Professor of Practice in Theatre.