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.
Featuring the work of St. Ambrose University students graduating with degrees in Painting and Drawing, Graphic Design, and Book Arts.
The newest exhibition in the Morrissey Gallery features four artists that use stitching and thread in novel and creative ways