About the Huff Gallery

The Huff Gallery is committed to offering a rich and diverse cultural experience with works of art in all media within an environment that values creativity, collaboration, innovation, and education. While the primary audiences served include the University’s students, faculty, and staff, the Huff Gallery is open to the public, and seeks to create a direct connection with the local community whose participation in its program is encouraged. The gallery serves the humanities and social sciences curricula through the presentation of cultural works of art. In addition, the gallery serves students enrolled in practicum and work-study providing the opportunity to enhance their organization, aesthetic, and community relations abilities as they participate in the installation and promotion of exhibits.

The Huff Gallery presents approximately six exhibits annually supporting local and regional artists. A variety of media and styles are presented through solo and group shows. the Huff Gallery is located in the Spalding University Library and is wheelchair accessible. It is open for public viewing during library hours.

Additionally, the Huff Gallery periodically hosts their opening receptions concurrently with the 849 Gallery at Kentucky School of Art, another visual art gallery located on the Spalding University campus at 849 3rd St.