The Eleanor Prest Reese, Robert B. Berkshire and Dorit & Gerald Paul galleries focus primarily on the presentation the work of nationally and internationally prominent members of the art and design fields. These galleries continue the reputation of the first Herron Gallery, established in 1979, as among the cities most distinct and important exhibition spaces.
These galleries complement and complete the educational goals of Herron School of Art and Design. To fulfill this mission, these galleries serve as a community and regional forum for the evolving discussion of contemporary art and culture. Visitors to this non-profit, visual art gallery are exposed to works of art and design created by international, national and local artists and designers. Exhibitions have included artwork by notable artists including Karl Wirsum, Robert Rauschenberg, Ed Paschke, Darryl Pottorf, Cynthia Pachikara, Bill Peet, Ursula von Rydingsvard, Diane Simpson, Don Gummer, Robert Lostutter, and even rocker John Mellencamp.
The Eleanor Prest Reese, Robert B. Berkshire and Dorit & Gerald Paul galleries are located on the main floor of Eskenazi Hall at the west end.
The Frank and Katrina Basile Gallery enhances the educational mission of the Herron Galleries by introducing students to the professional work of faculty members, distinguished alumni and graduate students.
The Basile Gallery is located on the main floor of Eskenazi Hall, next to the Herron Art Library.
The primary mission of the Marsh Projects Gallery is to share with the community creative work by the students of the Herron School of Art and Design. By doing so this gallery extends the educational goals of the school beyond the studio/classroom and into the realm of gallery installation and presentation. The Marsh Gallery also offers exhibition opportunities to artists and designers from within the region, as well as alumni, and visiting professionals in the fields of art and Design.
The Marsh Gallery is located on the main floor of Eskenazi Hall at the east end.