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Linder Art Gallery

The Linder Gallery, Keystone’s very own art gallery, is located on the first floor of the Miller Library, and features rotating exhibits by prominent local, national, and international artists. Gallery exhibits showcase work in all media. Most artists exhibiting in the gallery visit the campus to speak about their art and meet with students. The Linder Gallery is also the site of the Fine Arts Juried Student Exhibitions, held at the end of each fall and spring semester.


Previous Exhibits

Making During Times of Division

Staying Relevant: Making During Times of Division

February 28–April 24, 2020
We are living in a ruptured time. Divided along a multitude of lines: politics, class, religion, education, gender. These rifts between friends, neighbors, families, weigh heavy on our communities. This exhibition questions, with all these forces keeping us apart, how can we come together? The artists participating in this exhibition address the idea of relevance in the face of division.
Exhibition: February 28 to April 24, 2020
Opening reception: April 19, 2020, from 4-6 p.m., in the Linder Gallery at Miller Library

Student Art Exhibition

Keystone College Student Art Exhibition

December 13, 2019–February 6, 2020
Closing reception: February 19, 2020, from 4:30–6 p.m. in the Linder Gallery at Miller Library


For further information and gallery hours, call (570) 945-8335.

The Linder Gallery exhibitions are supported in part by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the Northern Tier Partners for the Arts. Promotion funded in part by the Wyoming County Room Tax Fund and the Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau.

The Promise of Idle Time

“The Promise of Idle Time” by Jeremy Dennis

September 30–November 23, 2019
Through photography, Jeremy Dennis explores indigenous identity, cultural assimilation, and the ancestral traditional practices of his tribe, the Shinnecock Indian Nation. Though science has solved many questions about natural phenomena, questions of identity are more abstract, the answers more nuanced. His work is a means of examining his identity and the identity of his community, specifically the unique experience of living on a sovereign Indian reservation and the problems they face.
Lecture: October 3 from 4–5 p.m. in Evans Hall
Opening reception: October 3 from 5–7 p.m. in the Linder Gallery at Miller Library



Abigail Susan Sweeney

Abigail Susan Sweeney

Learn about Keystone College senior Abigail Susan Sweeney. She is an artist from Taylor, Pa., who will graduate with a degree in art education in December 2021.

Becoming… an artist

Becoming… an artist

Share a glimpse into the world of creation as we feature each of the nine graduating seniors in this blog.

The Founders Exhibition on Display Oct. 8 through Dec. 1, 2018

The Founders Exhibition on Display Oct. 8 through Dec. 1, 2018

The exhibit, part of the College’s 150th Anniversary, will be on display in the Linder Gallery, located in the Miller Library, from October 8, 2018 through December 1, 2018 and will feature the artwork created by the founders of the Keystone College art program.

Student Art Show in the Linder Gallery until Feb. 15

Student Art Show in the Linder Gallery until Feb. 15

A student art exhibit can be seen in the Linder Gallery at Keystone College until Feb. 15, 2018. The closing closing reception is scheduled for Feb. 15 at 4 p.m. The exhibit includes painting, drawing, two dimensional design, color theory, photography,...