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Taylor University Charis Gallery

Entrance to the Taylor University Charis Art Exhibition

Please click on the video below to take a quick virtual tour of the gallery.  The Charis art exhibition is located in the Metcalf gallery, a secure gallery adjacent to the Mitchell Theatre, and a part of the Modelle Metcalf Visual Arts Center that opened at Taylor University in 2003.

 

Perspective on the art from above:

Charis Art in Metcalf Gallery

The best way to understand the art is to come to our campus and see it for yourself. The impact of interacting with the art, and engaging in dialogue with the student docents, will be felt long after you leave the gallery.

But before you leave, please stop by one of the laptops that is to the left of the exit to the gallery, and comment on what you have felt and experienced.

4 Comments leave one →
  1. Laura Gustafson permalink
    November 5, 2009 7:14 pm

    Thank you for bringing this exhibit to Taylor! I really enjoyed looking at the pieces and hearing about the story behind each work. It was also very good to read about what the artist was trying to convey. It helped me draw my own conclusions from the works.

    Thanks again!

    Laura

  2. James Beange permalink
    November 12, 2009 10:21 pm

    I think that this exhibit was done in a very tasteful way. I was extremely educated during my tour. I would highly appreciate any other information regarding this exhibit and artists. Thank You so much, my life has been transformed because of this exhibit.

    James Beange

  3. Gary Friesen permalink
    November 18, 2009 2:40 pm

    I spent 45 minutes alone in the gallery this morning. Art does speak. I especially appreciated the digital video with the message delivered by the various artists — it set the stage for the entire exhibit. The side-by-side videos of the man shoveling snow and peasant raking rice struck me that one was working to get rid of an inconvenience, the other for survival.

  4. October 26, 2010 8:54 pm

    i love to visit art galleries both home and abroad, art has been my life”*~

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