To read about Beloit’s Fall 2020 plans, visit our Back at Beloit information site.

Exhibits & Events

Come appreciate the work of artists from around the world, including our own here in Beloit.

Upcoming Events


Adirondack Wilderness: A Place to Paint 1850-1880, Hollensteiner Conservation Lecture 2020

Caroline Welsh explores how the Adirondack wilderness in upstate New York, a prime example of the natural grandeur of the American land, influenced American art.


Current Exhibits

New exhibits are on the way.

Previous Exhibits

May 2020

Dangerous Women

What is it about a woman reading that has captivated hundreds of artists over the centuries? Students in French 240: Characters of French Literature, have explored this question through French literature, art, and theatre from the Middle Ages to the present.

May 2020

Primordial Soup

Of course we couldn’t have the usual opening, but we were inspired to hold a virtual opening in the style of the miniature and online venue Lovey Town, conceived by artist Michael Velliquette and active from 2013 to 2017.

Please visit the Senior Art Exhibition, “Primordial Soup.” And be sure to click on the “Artists” tab to see each student’s self-created webpage.

Mar 2020


Collection/Agency is an ongoing project by artist Joey Fauerso interested in the intersections between collecting and power, and the ways that collections canonize and organize history, culture and nature.


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