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.


You can call me Nana - Will Harris show flyer

Current Show: You can call me Nana

Running from Jan. 17 to Feb. 16, You can call me Nana features photographs from Will Harris' family memoir of the same name. Harris' book, which uses photography to tell a story of the artist's grandmother who suffered from dementia in the later years of her life, is "at times both haunting and lighthearted." His show will include "a mix of photographs including family archives with altered images, collage, and new photographs including views inside the multi-generational family home." Harris holds an MFA in Photography & Integrated Media from Lesley University, has exhibited in the United States, India, and Denmark, and in 2015, had a residency at Arteles Creative Center in Finland.

"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


In an effort to continually expose our students to various professional artists, the EA Visual Arts Department was thrilled to have photographer Will Harris showcase pieces from his visual family memoir, You can call me Nana, in the Crawford Campus Center Gallery.

On Friday, Nov. 18, the Visual Arts Department was thrilled to welcome sculptor and educator Paul S. Briggs to EA. An associate professor at The Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston and artist in residence at the Harvard Ceramics Program, Briggs has an extensive background in art education, ceramics, and spiritual leadership.