The Benedum Fine Arts Gallery at Waynesburg is a space that is used to display artwork completed by students, faculty and professional artists.

The gallery schedule for each year includes six to eight exhibitions, including end-of-semester shows of some of the best student work produced in the art studio classes throughout that semester. In addition, each student majoring in either art or arts administration (visual arts concentration) has the opportunity to have his or her own senior exhibition in the gallery. The art faculty, who are all practicing artists, exhibit their work in the gallery every two years. Shows of professional work done by regional artists have included exhibitions of painting, sculpture, ceramics, assemblage, fiber arts, photography and many other media. All gallery exhibitions are free and open to the public.

Photos below are taken from various art shows from the past three years on Waynesburg University's campus. The art gallery is a phenomenal way for art students to showcase their work!

Families admire the artwork displayed outside the gallery.

Students enjoy viewing their friends' talent.