Student artist Tessa Urbanovich displays her paintings in the Leatherby Libraries Hall of Art, Spring 2014.

Are you an art major looking for a place to showcase a series or project? Are you a budding artist who loves to paint or take photos in your free time? Do you have a talent in visual art in a medium we haven’t even seen yet? You might be exactly the person the Leatherby Libraries needs for its newest student art exhibition.

The “Leatherby Libraries Hall of Art” is an exhibition space set aside for art from the Chapman University community—including students. Past exhibits have included watercolors, oil paintings, and photographs that explore the intersection of art and science. This is open to all students, no matter your major; we’ve featured work by students from the departments of English, art, and communication studies, just to name a few.

For more information, or to submit a proposal, contact Jessica Bower at
or (714) 532-7717.