A Coeducational Boarding and Day School for Grades 9 Through 12

St. George's School

The Hunter Gallery

The Hunter Gallery plays an integral part in the St. George’s School Art Department’s mission to fully educate students in the visual arts and the creative process.

The Hunter Gallery is located in the central lobby of the William H. Drury and Richard Grosvenor Center for the Arts. Built in 1999, construction of the building was made possible by the efforts of many caring, dedicated committee members, alumni, teachers, students, parents and friends of St. George’s School. With Betsy S. Michel ’85-’89 at the helm of the Board of Trustees and Barbara van Beuren ’75 at the head of the Design Committee, the dream of building a place where St. George’s students could study art, music and theater came to fruition.

The Hunter Gallery offers students, the St. George’s community and the public an opportunity to view the work of emerging and established artists from a variety of disciplines. Throughout the year, art from galleries, private collections and artists is borrowed for shows that generally run three to four weeks. Each exhibition is accompanied by an opening reception for the artist and a gallery talk.

On Display

Image of Dr. Van Horne, courtesy of Rhode Island Black Heritage Society Collections

The Beloved Community:
300 Years of African Heritage in Newport, Rhode Island

An exhibition by the Rhode Island Black Heritage Society and 1696 Heritage Group


Opening Reception:
Friday, March 29,  6-7 p.m. 

Show on View:
March 29 - May 1, 2019
Monday-Friday from 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Saturday from 9 –11 a.m.

For more information:
Theresa Stokes,
Managing Director,
Rhode Island Black Heritage Society
(401) 573-5117,
soni.stokes@riblackheritage.org

Hunter Gallery Director

Karen Roarke

Karen Roarke

Director of the Hunter Gallery, Lance Advisor, Art teacher

UPCOMING EXHIBIT INFORMATION

Hunter Gallery Reception
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Beloved Community

Exhibit on display March 29 – May 1

Hunter Gallery Reception
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Senior Art Show

6–7 p.m.

Exhibit on display May 4–26


Student Video Screening

7–8 p.m.