The Gallery
The Hargate Gallery hosted over three hundred exhibitions between 1967 and 2015. In January of 2016, when the fine arts studios moved out of Hargate, the gallery also closed in order for the building to be renovated and repurposed as a School Community Center.

Across campus another building, Freeman, the current Student Center, will be renovated to become the new Crumpacker Gallery, scheduled to open to the public in April 2018.
The state-of-the-art Crumpacker Gallery will be located on the upper level of Freeman and will feature a modern, spacious design. The lower level of the building will include a climate controlled art storage area for the School's vast permanent collection. 

Through a program of four major shows a year the Crumpacker Gallery will display the works of noted painters, sculptors, photographers, and collectors. Gallery exhibitions will be based upon yearly themes, and will be on display form September to June. Works featured will be by both well-known and up-and-coming artists. The Crumpacker Gallery will also house yearly faculty and student shows for public viewing.

Similar to the Hargate Gallery, the Crumpacker Gallery will also be a teaching gallery where exhibitions will be timed to coincide with art courses in related subjects, and exhibiting artists will be invited to take part in our Visiting Artists Program.  

Past Exhibitions at St. Paul's School
Past exhibitions have featured works by artists such as Robert Motherwell, Jacob Lawrence, Andrew Wyeth, Milton Avery, Gerry Williams, Arthur Dove, Eugene Atget, Jerry Uelsmann, Winnie Owens-Hart, Joyce Tenneson, Fritz Scholder, Zhu Qizhan and Thomas Buechner.