Visit Crumpacker Gallery

Address
11 Halcyon Place, Concord NH 03301
Parking located across the street, by athletic fields

Hours
During shows, the gallery is open to the public
Monday - Friday 9 am - 3 pm
Saturdays by appointment

Contact
Telephone: (603) 229-4644
Email: lbolduc@sps.edu
The Gallery
In September of 2018 St. Paul’s School officially opened the new Crumpacker Gallery. The state-of-the-art gallery is located on the upper level of the building once known as Freeman Student Center. It features a modern, spacious, two-level design. The extensively renovated building is also home to a climate-controlled collection storage area and two fine arts classrooms.
 
As a teaching gallery, the Crumpacker Gallery features exhibitions which coincide with topics and techniques taught in the fine arts curriculum. Exhibiting artists are invited to take part in the Visiting Artists Program where they give community-wide gallery talks and spend class time in the fine arts studios. The gallery schedule includes four major shows a year, featuring works from both well-known and up-and-coming painters, sculptors, photographers, illustrators and collectors. Faculty and student works are also shown annually.

2019-2020 Crumpacker Gallery Schedule

Alfredo Gisholt
abstract oils
September 13 - October 25

Photography from the Permanent Collection
featuring old favorites and new acquisitions
November 15 - December 20

Scott Gellatly
paintings and monotypes
January 17 - February 28

Advanced Studios Student Works
painting, drawing, sculpture & photography
March 23 - April 3

Beautiful Compulsion
three women's careers in adornment
Annette Frye, Kathleen Dustin, Patricia Palson
April 17 - May 31

Past Exhibitions at St. Paul's School
The Crumpacker Gallery succeeds the Hargate Gallery as St. Paul’s School’s public art gallery. Between 1967 and 2015 Hargate Gallery hosted over three hundred exhibitions. Past exhibitions 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.