Visitors Guide to
Arkansas State University, 201 Olympic Drive
The Bradbury Gallery was established in 2001 by a generous endowment in
honor of Charlotte (Chucki) Bradbury, an alumnae of Arkansas State
University who later became a member of the ASU Board of Trustees. The
Bradbury Gallery features changing exhibitions of contemporary art in all
mediums. Regionally, nationally and
internationally recognized artists are represented to inform viewers of
cultural developments across the US and around the world. The Bradbury
Gallery is also the site of the Delta National Small Prints Exhibition. The
exhibition, founded in 1996 by ASU professor of art Evan Lindquist, the
Delta National Small Prints Exhibition has received great acclaim as it has
grown to be one of the country’s foremost annual competitions for prints.
Each year a nationally known expert in the field of printmaking is invited
to select the works of art for this exhibition. At the end of each spring
and fall semester the gallery also features artwork by graduating seniors
from the ASU Department of Art.
Visiting the Bradbury Gallery
Tuesday - Saturday: Noon - 5 pm
Sunday 2 pm - 5 pm
There is no charge to visit the Bradbury
Through December 8, 2017
The Bradbury Gallery is
presenting A Shared Vision:
Selections from the Rudolph-Blume Collection.
For more information visit the
in the Fowler Center,
201 Olympic Drive,
on the eastern edge of the Arkansas State University campus just
west of Stadium Blvd. The gallery is
located to the east (left) from the main entrance to the Fowler
Center. The Fowler Center is located just south, using the same main
parking area, of the ASU Convocation Center.
Learn more about the
The official website of the Bradbury Gallery.