We present work in four professional exhibitions and one student exhibition each year. All are free and open to the public.

Our annual national juried Figurative Drawing and Painting Competition holds a prominent place in the exhibition schedule and has been instrumental in building our permanent collection of contemporary figurative art.

Traveling exhibitions are hosted from time to time, and we also periodically exhibit items from our extensive French poster collection.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic our annual Figurative Drawing and Painting Competition will not be held this year.

The gallery is open 11 a.m.-5 p.m. daily except during university breaks.

Drawing on the Susquehanna: 4 Centuries of Artistic Inspiration and Commerce

The exhibition, Drawing on the Susquehanna: 4 Centuries of Artistic Inspiration and Commerce, was scheduled to open on April 18, 2020 at the Lore Degenstein Gallery. The work in this exhibition is part of a comprehensive survey of artistic works and artifacts featuring the Susquehanna River, curated by artist Rob Evans. Evans has a personal history and connection to the river, and has shared his research and insights into the historical influences it has had on civilization for the last 4 centuries. His research begins with Native Americans living in the Susquehanna Valley and continues to the present day.

Included here is a sampling of the extraordinary work in the exhibition. Since we were unable to have a physical exhibition due to the Covid-19 pandemic, here is the link to the material on Rob Evans’ webpage: https://www.robevansart.org/drawing-on-the-susquehanna-catalog


See Our Past Exhibitions

Check out more than two decades of exhibitions that have come to the Lore Degenstein Gallery.

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Lore Degenstein Gallery

1858 Weber Way, South
Selinsgrove, PA 17870

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Degenstein Campus Center, Upper Level
11 -5 p.m., 7 days a week
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Director: Dan Olivetti