The Rosemary P. Miller Gallery is located on the main floor in what was once the City Clerk's office. With its high ceilings, natural light, and beautiful hardwood floors, the Rosemary P. Miller Gallery is one of Bloomington's best loved exhibit spaces.
Located inside the Rosemary P. Miller Gallery, the Vault Gallery used to protect the City's records from fire, flood, and theft. Its size makes it just right for displaying a lot of small items, highlighting a few large pieces, or holding a single installation.
Adjacent to the Rosemary P. Miller Gallery, the Treasurer’s Gallery is so named because it used to be the City Treasurer’s office. Special shelves that fit over the windows make it ideal for displaying art glass and ceramics, but it is used for all manner of exhibits.
The Education Gallery is located on the lower floor of the Waldron Arts Center in what was once the police department. Today, the space is used to display art by Ivy Tech Fine Arts students every April and November. It is also used by our regular juried artists and our education partners.
The Flashlight Gallery is a cozy space located on the top floor outside the Whikehart Auditorium and is a favorite of our many theatre guests.