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To engage the Misericordia University campus and community in meaningful aesthetic and educational experiences in the visual arts.


  • Present relevant, compelling, and entertaining exhibitions of material and visual culture
  • Build connections with the larger cultural community of curators, artists, and scholars
  • Collaborate with faculty to support curriculum through exhibitions and programs
  • Activate alternative spaces within the campus and community as sites of creative expression


Our curatorial agenda is focused on supporting academic curriculum driven by our faculty and programs across multiple disciplines. Our exhibitions focus on issues affecting our world today and are best expressed by the University's charisms of Mercy, Service, Justice, and Hospitality, as well as the Critical Concerns of Earth, Immigration, Nonviolence, Racism, and Women. 


Please see our events listings for free in-person and virtual programs, including art conversations and workshops with curators and artists.


Private tours are available for small groups. To schedule a visit or tour at other times please contact the gallery at (570) 674-6250 or email the director Lalaine Little at 

The galleries are open to students and the community Tues-Thurs 12-6pm, Fri-Sat 12-4pm. 

We are very happy to schedule appointments outside of these hours! Please call in advance to confirm our hours, as we are as subject to  staffing shortages as other organizations that rely on hourly workers. 

Health and safety

Please check the university website for the latest campus advisements regarding Covid.

Social distancing of at least 6 ft. between other visitors should be followed.

Hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes are available at the gallery attendant desk.


Page magnifiers are available at the gallery attendant desk.


The galleries are located on the second floor of the Sandy and Marlene Insalaco Hall.

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Go through arch. Proceed along tree-lined drive until you get to a t-intersection. Turn left. Turn right at the end of the lawn with the flagpole. You'll see a transparent bus shelter to your right. Park anywhere in this lot. From the nearest walkway the library will be to your left and Mercy Hall will be to your right. There will be a tall blue clock in front of the library. The next building straight ahead is Insalaco Hall. The Gallery is located on the second floor of Insalaco Hall. Go up the half flight of stairs or take the elevator to the second floor. The Gallery will be immediately to your right.


Office Hours

Staff office hours for Summer 2023 are Monday through Friday, 9am-4pm. E-mail and telephone are preferred, as staff may be working remotely.

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