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C-Street Gallery

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the C-Street Gallery will be closed through at least April 17.


Gallery Viewing Hours:  

Monday - Thursday 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Friday: 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
First Friday Receptions: 5 - 8 p.m. monthly


Currently Showing

Recycling Retro - National Juried Exhibition

March - April 2020

Old and tired objects are often seen as trash and undesirable to view, filling up our landfills and contributing to unnecessary waste. This exhibition invites creative ways repurposed, salvaged and recycled materials can be reimagined into visual artworks.


Call for Artists

Both the Pool Art Center Gallery and Drury on C-Street Gallery review portfolios on a regular basis.  If you are an artist or curator interested in exhibiting work in either of our galleries please send a PDF portfolio, no larger than 8MB, to Professor Rebecca Miller at the link below. The portfolio should include 10-20 examples of work, artist statement(s), exhibition proposal, and resume of exhibition history.

This is no deadline for these submissions and portfolios will be reviewed throughout the year.

Submit Your Work


Upcoming Show Submissions

Legendary: The Art of Folklore

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, this exhibition will move to September 2020.

From King Arthur to Atlantis to El Dorado, every civilization throughout history has had folklore. These stories uniquely represent a culture while also transcending into a more collective mythos. Legendary seeks artworks inspired by such stories that explore why folktales have gripped human imagination for centuries and still continue their influence today.

There is no fee to enter this exhibition. 

Submit Your Work


About Drury on C-Street

As part of their Practicum requirement, students must take a year long class held at the Drury on C-Street Gallery which presents the opportunity to become hands-on involved in the arts. 

The first semester of the class is mainly focused on understanding the various aspects of event planning. Everything from digital marketing to artist contracts are handled in class. Each month, students help hang an art exhibition for first Friday of the month. 

The second semester is all about the students as everyone is partnered up and become in charge of coming up with a theme, a list of artists and the layout of the exhibition. Marketing and entertainment are among the responsibilities that are upheld by the group of students.