Covid-19 Updates

As a campus resource and communal space, the Northcutt Steele Gallery values the health of our community! If you are feeling ill, please stay at home. We are currently open to the campus and community while practicing social distancing and masking. In-person gallery receptions and public events are postponed until further notice. Please visit our Facebook page for updated information.

The Northcutt Steele Gallery is following recommendations of MSUB, the CDC, and institutional guidelines issued from the Association of Academic Museums and Galleries, as well as our City and County Governments. For university procedures when visiting campus, please visit MSUB's COVID-19 Information.


Current Exhibitions and Programs

Permanent Collection: Revealed

Northcutt Steele Gallery Presents Permanent Collection: Revealed. Sept 23rd-Oct21st Open House 12-6pm, Oct 21st

Alex Gideon - Modules

Alex Gideon - Modules. Northcutt Steele Gallery. Oct 28th-Dec 16th, 2021. Live Performance Oct 28 5-7pm. Performance will also be streamed live on our Facebook page.

Gallery Information

The Northcutt Steele Gallery is located on the first floor of the Liberal Arts building. Open to the public without charge, the gallery offers exhibitions during the school year calendar, including an annual juried student exhibition, which showcases the work of our students while allowing them an opportunity for professional experience.

Additional exhibitions and cultural programs are developed by a gallery committee comprised of Art Department faculty and students. These feature the work of national and international artists and arts professionals. When possible artists, arts professionals, and scholars are brought to campus to present talks or to conduct workshops and hands-on demonstrations. All gallery exhibitions and programs are open to MSU Billings and City College students, faculty, and staff, as well as the Billings and regional communities. Whenever possible free public receptions are held with all exhibitions and programs.

The gallery is supported in part by Associated Students of MSUB (ASMSUB), funds from the Art Department and MSUB Foundation, and by a Public Value Partnership grant from the Montana Arts Council.


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