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Gail F. Steinhilber
Art Gallery

Located on the third floor of Reeve Union, the gallery provides a great view of both campus and the Fox River. The gallery offers a secure and staffed environment for artwork that is open during the 28-week academic year.

The Gail Floether Steinhilber Art Gallery is committed to the enrichment of cultural life on campus, in the community and throughout the Fox Valley.The gallery exists primarily to serve UW Oshkosh students and present work that is intriguing, inspiring, thought provoking, and at times socially challenging, yet always in keeping with the university’s institutional excellence.

Works by local, regional and nationally recognized artists, as well as by the university’s students, faculty and staff are exhibited in the gallery. Exhibitions are planned, promoted and installed by the student staff and director.

Past Exhibits

Spring 2022
February 7 – March 17
Floral Focus Stacks

Thomas L. Eddy

An exhibit of flower portraits using a technique called “focus stacking.” The basic technique captures a sequence of images at slightly different focal positions. The photographer then merges the images into a single composite image that displays high-resolution and exceptional depth of field.

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April 1 – 29
Paige Nordstrom

The artist’s unique whimsical style incorporates many elements such as acrylic paint, jewelry, fabric, textures paper, and other materials that invoke inspiration to make mixed-media portraits. Her vision communicates creativity and speaks to the passion of those who dream of art.

Fall 2021
September 1 – October 25
Humans of UW Oshkosh and the Sesquicentennial Rephotography Project
The Humans of UW Oshkosh and Sesquicentennial Rephotography Project Exhibit celebrates the University’s 150th anniversary through stories and photos. Students in instructor Grace Lim’s Interdisciplinary Studies course “Telling Stories for Fun, Profit and World Peace” collected stories and photos from students, alumni, current and retired staff and administrators about their time here at UW Oshkosh. For the rephotography project, current students and staff recreated scenes in a series of historical photos, bridging the past and the present.
December 1 – 17
World Aids Day Quilt
Spring 2021
February 5 – March 5

A collaboration from the ArtSpace Collective


March 8 – April 16
Beyond Mandalas

Dot Paintings by Deborah Malcolm

Fall 2020
September 9 – October 2
I Am Not Invisible

This exhibit aims to increase awareness and dialogue about women veterans, as well as open viewers’ eyes to the myriad levels of expertise of women veterans.


October 7 – November 6
Never Silent

Collaborative works reflecting on the experiences of survivors of domestic violence.


Dates TBA
Hmong Cultural Artifacts and Tradition

​An exhibit featuring artifacts important to past and present Hmong culture and tradition.

Contact Us

  • Reeve Union, Third Floor


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