Exhibits

The Waterloo Center for the Arts’ galleries feature artwork from the Center’s Permanent Collection as well as changing exhibitions. The Center collects Midwest Art, American Decorative Arts, International Folk Art, including a significant collection of Mexican Folk Art, and the world’s largest public collection of Haitian Art. Guided tours are available by arrangement. Click on the galleries below to see our exhibits currently on display.

Galleries

Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5pm | Sunday 1-5pm | Free Admission

Forsberg Riverside Galleries

The Raymond T. Forsberg Riverside Galleries are located near the Grand Foyer/Café and feature ongoing changing exhibitions, in addition to...

Law-Reddington Galleries

The Mary Makepeace, Law Reddington Gallery and Theater is located between the Forsberg and Reuling Feldman Galleries. It features ongoing...

Reuling Feldman Galleries

The Dr. and Mrs. F. Harold Reuling, Janet Feldman Permanent Collection Gallery is located near the Phelps Youth Pavilion and...

Watkins Grand Foyer

The Frank E. Watkins Grand Foyer Gallery is near the main entrance to our building by the main desk, Café,...

Langlas Loft Gallery

The Thomas W. and Katherine J. Langlas Loft Gallery is located on the 2nd level/East Wing and features a balcony...

Rotary Lichty Gallery

The Rotary and Mr. & Mrs. Marion C. Lichty Gallery is located on the 2nd level/West Wing near the Hurwich...

Longfellow Concourse

The Samuel J. Longfellow and Ray Hurlbut Concourse Gallery is located by the Hope Martin Theatre, home to the Waterloo...

Urban Galleries

The Waterloo Center for the Arts’ Urban Art Gallery Project features a series of art installations in downtown storefront spaces....

West Gallery

The gallery features ongoing changing exhibitions displayed outside the Schoitz River Rooms on the main floor of the Center’s West...

Block-Loomis Concourse

The Helen Jane Block and Louise Loomis Creative Connection Gallery is located in the hallway outside the Phelps Youth Pavilion....

RiverLoop Sculpture Plaza

The RiverLoop Sculpture Plaza overlooks the river and downtown skyline. It features outdoor seating and sculptures from the Center’s permanent...

Public Art

The Waterloo Center for the Arts’ Public Art Collection is on view at the Center and downtown Waterloo.