BRUCE Gallery
Edinboro University of Pennsylvania

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Doucette Hall   215 Meadville Street
The Bruce Gallery serves as a rich cultural resource for students, scholars and the community. It is a non-profit Art Gallery located in Doucette Hall at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. The gallery regularly hosts exhibitions by emerging and established artists. We showcase our local and university population with annual faculty and student exhibitions.

Bruce Gallery in Doucette Hall
215 Meadville Street
Edinboro, PA 16444

Office Doucette Hall G-18
Gallery Director:  
Justus Cotterill
(814) 732-2513

Graduate Assistants:
Sara Catapano
Mathew Cote
Chanakarn Semachai

*Our Graduate assistants are always seeking to expand our volunteer staff with smart, curious, creative individuals. If you are interested in volunteering to acquire gallery experience or fulfill honors requirements,
email Sara at
The Bruce Gallery is funded through the Edinboro Student Government Association (SGA), with additional funding from the Edinboro Art Department and the Erie Council on the Arts. On average the gallery sponsors seven shows per academic year ranging from group shows to solo exhibitions of both emerging and established artists. Our submission deadline is November 15th of every year. We also accommodate our local and university population with annual faculty and student exhibitions and a juried high school exhibition on a biannual basis.

We provide a valuable service to the Northwestern Pennsylvania region via the introduction and exhibition of national-caliber artists. As our own art department is quite large, with an enrollment of 1,000 students, we are interested in an eclectic mixture of media and artistic expressions. Artists are chosen at the discretion of the gallery's director and the Bruce Gallery Board.
Exhibitions are generously supported by:
Gallery Hours

Tuesday-Thursday: 12-6pm
Friday-Saturday: 12pm - 3pm
Closed Sunday and Monday
Images taken from Michael Rader's "Adjusting the Ballast" installation.