Crawford Campus Center Gallery

At the center of The Episcopal Academy campus is a full-scale art gallery space.

The Crawford Campus Center Gallery is an integral part of the visual arts curriculum at The Episcopal Academy. Through exhibitions and projects that include curated work of visiting artists, cross-curricular collaborations, and student shows, the Gallery inspires students, educators, artists, and all who visit.

Open during the school day (8 a.m. to 4 p.m.) and for special evening receptions, the Crawford Campus Center Gallery provides the EA community a space to explore and appreciate art together.

There is always something happening in the Crawford Campus Center Gallery. Learn more about upcoming and past gallery shows below.


Current Show: Threads

Ashley Kim '23 is excited to exhibit the findings from her 2022-23 Lilley Fellowship, where she spent several months exploring sustainable fashion through the lens of industry, academia, and nonprofit organizations. "Everything around us screams 'buy this!' and it's hard to say no when the sticker price is cheap and everyone around us is partaking," Ashley said. "Today's consumer culture is driven by the rapid turnover of trends and the affordability of fast fashion." Threads will be featured in the gallery from Feb. 27 to March 20. An artist's reception will be held on Wednesday, March 15, at 9:08 a.m.

"EA's gallery gives a finished sense to the hours spent in the studio by providing a unique space in which work can be widely appreciated."

– Amaal Ladha, Class of 2018


Every spring, the outstanding talents of EA student-artists are showcased during the annual Dora Khayatt Art Competition. This year, Upper School students submitted more than 100 pieces of artwork for consideration in four categories–woodworking, photography, 3D, and 2D. The 2023 award winners were announced at the start of ArtsFest on Monday, April 24.

As the concluding piece of her Lilley Fellowship, senior Ashley Kim took the findings from her months-long research on sustainable fashion and brought it to life for students and faculty alike in her pop-up Crawford Campus Center Gallery show, Threads.