Wheaton College Norton, Massachusetts
Beard and Weil Galleries


  • 2015 Wheaton Biennial

    Wheaton College cultivates an open spirit of inquiry with a curriculum emphasizing connections across disciplinary boundaries.
    The 2015 Wheaton Biennial includes the works of photographers whose work reflects a similar spirit of inquiry and a critical reflection on what constitutes the boundaries of the medium in today's art world.
    The exhibition runs through April 10, 2015. Watson Fine Arts, Beard and Weil Galleries. More »
  • Gallery Closed for Spring Break

    The Beard & Weil Galleries will be closed Saturday, March 7th through Sunday, March 15th for the Wheaton's spring break. The galleries will resume their normal schedule Monday, March 16th. We apologize for any inconvenience. More »
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    “Look Again” and See Yourself

    Emily Swalec ’14 reviews the recent Ken Aptekar exhibition in Beard and Weil Galleries. She sees Aptekar’s work as bridging the gap between those who “get” art and those who feel alienated by it. More »
  • Meredith White Goode

    Not All That Glitters is Gold

    In her review of the recent “Axis Mundi: Levittown” exhibition, Meredith White-Goode ’15 explores the installation as “haunted containers of different families’ broken histories.” More »
  • College Archivist Zeph Stickney and students help to display some of the delicate books

    Hands-On Learning Leads to Exhibition

    Seniors Dania Piscetta and Jillian Pfifferling explore how collaboration and experiential learning played a role in the creation of an exhibition featuring artists' books. More »
  • Alexia Rempoutzakou speaks to David Mayo after the Q & A.

    Exhibition Designer Lends His Expertise

    David Mayo, former Director of Exhibitions at the Fowler Museum, recently came to Wheaton to meet with students in Professor Leah Niederstadt’s “Exhibition Design” course. More »
  • Mollie Denhard

    Collecting in the Peace Corps

    Wheaton student Mollie Denhard (2010) curates an exhibition of objects collected by Peace Corps Volunteers serving in Burkina Faso. More »