Carroll University has visual art displayed at galleries throughout the year that are open to the public. The works on display come from a variety of artists in the Carroll community: faculty, guest artists, alumni, student exhibitions and more.
The Joyce Paddock Bliss Gallery is located in Carroll University's Main Hall. The gallery opened in 2013 and was named in memory of Joyce Paddock Bliss, a 1948 graduate who majored in English and art. The space is a gift from her estate.
The Marceil Pultorak Gallery in the Humphrey Art Center honors Marceil Pultorak, Carroll University professor emeritus of art and the individual responsible for the development of Carroll University's Wisconsin Artists Permanent Collection.
The following is a list of dates the galleries will be closed.
The Wisconsin Artists Permanent Collection features artists from around the state, with more than 400 pieces in eight buildings throughout the Carroll campus. New pieces are added occasionally. Ready an essay on the Permanent Collection by Judy Moriarty.