About the Wilson Art Gallery
From its beginning in 1965, the Art Gallery has been affiliated with the college library. In 1981 the gallery was moved to the new library facility and named the Wilson Art Gallery in honor of Mr. Jerome M. Wilson, who was chief of the fund raising campaign for the new Library.
In the summer of 2017, the gallery was renovated and relocated near the front entrance.
Administered by the College's Wilson Art Gallery Committee, it serves both the Le Moyne College and local communities.
For more information regarding the layout of the Wilson Art Gallery, please consult the gallery floor plan with dimensions, below.
Prospective exhibitors may submit proposals using the form and instructions below. The committee juries the works on the basis of merit and need for varieties of media. It schedules exhibits six to 18 months in advance.
The Wilson Art Gallery is open during Library hours.
For more information about exhibits call Patricia Mason at (315) 445-4323.
Cases and Plinths (platforms) are available. There are new plinths and older plinths. There are 10 new plinths of varying sizes available. There are 10 Plexiglass cases available to go with the new plinths. There are 6 older plinths of varying sizes available. To see if a potential piece could be accommodated, please contact Inga Barnello.
There is also 1 lockable, mobile display case available, as well as 2 lucite display stands.
Proposals for 2020-21 Season
Proposals for 2019-20 are closed.
Proposal application for the 2020-21 season will appear here on Dec 1, 2019 and will be due by March 15, 2020.