Created in 1985 as a memorial to the Rev. Edward M. Catich–founder of the St. Ambrose College Art Department in 1939 and world-renowned calligrapher, stone incisor and artist.
This intimate gallery was re-configured in 2002 to host contemporary art exhibits featuring the work of regional and national artists as well as faculty and seniors graduating with honors.
The Catich Gallery is a member of the Association of College & University Museums & Galleries (ACUMG).
Both artists' work opens the floor to conversations on materiality and the "thing" - both in the physical and conceptual sense.
John Hitchcock uses the print medium—with its long history of social and political commentary—to explore relationships of community, land and culture.
Featuring the work of five art faculty members
Featuring works by Fr. Edward M. Catich - world renowned liturgical artist, calligrapher, painter, and stone incisor - who was the founder of the Art Department at St. Ambrose University. The works featured will perhaps open the door to connections between Fr. Catich's home life and work.