Dedicated in 1981 to the memory of Clell and Ruth Gannon, the Gannon Gallery is a light filled space in BSC's new LEA Hall. Regional artists, student work and more rotates through this free public space throughout the year.
About the Gannons
Clell Gannon was a naturalist, landscape painter, poet, editor-printer and historian. He was known for paintings of North Dakota scenes, including watercolor cover illustrations for Oscar Will Seed catalogs. He also wrote and illustrated the book, "How Christmas Came to North Dakota." Ruth was a long-time BSC Spanish and English teacher and poet. Both supported the arts and lived in a self-designed art house called "The Cairn."
2020 Gannon Gallery/LEA Hall Exhibits
January 15 - February 14: "Lobotomy" by Lino Azevedo
February 21 - March 12: "Century High School Art Exhibition" by CHS Visual Art Students
March 23 - April 9: "BSC Faculty Exhibit" by BSC Visual Art Faculty
April 20 - May 8: "Juried Visual Art Student Exhibition" by BSC Visual Art Students
*Guest Juror: Tara Doll, Visual Art Instructor at Wachter Middle School
Monday through Thursday 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Friday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
2020 Gannon Gallery Exhibit Receptions
Thursday, February 27, 4 - 6 p.m. "Century High School Art Exhibition" by CHS Visual Art Students
TBD, "BSC Faculty Exhibit" by BSC Visual Art Faculty
Thursday, April 30, 4 - 6 p.m. "Juried Visual Art Student Exhibition" by BSC Visual Art Students