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Art Collections & Resources

Our campus and community are enriched by the arts. Learn more about our art collections, performing arts on campus, and community arts resources.
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Rose-Hulman's Fall 2017 Art Exhibit

August 31 - December 20, 2017

We have four very unique artists in our fall show, spanning three different campus buildings, Moench Hall, Hadley Hall, and Myers Technology Building. The works of local and regional artists Wyatt LeGrand, Debbie Anderson, Erin Alise Blitz, and Sandy Fisher are featured. 

  • Moench Hall's first floor showcases the work of painter and teacher Wyatt LeGrand.
  • Moench Hall's second floor features the work of intarsia artist Debbie Anderson.  
  • Hadley Hall's second floor, showcases the fused glass work of Erin Alise Blitz.  
  • Myers Technology Building's second floor features the paintings of Sandy Fisher.

Campus Arts Resources

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Campus Art Collections

Our beautiful campus is filled with art and sculpture. Take a look at our collections.

Campus Performing Arts

From our performing arts series to our student productions, performing arts are alive and well at Rose-Hulman.

Community Arts Resources

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Community Theatre of Terre Haute

Enriching the community through dramatic arts since 1926, Community Theatre of Terre Haute presents plays, musicals and special events each year.

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Swope Art Museum

A community fixture since 1942, The Sheldon Swope Art Museum showcases the works of American artists and provides educational and enrichment opportunities.

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Arts Illiana

Providing a central hub for arts resources in the Wabash Valley, Arts Illiana promotes and supports artists and arts organizations, hosts exhibits in its downtown gallery, and more.