At This Time, The Komechak Art Gallery is closed to the public.

To Visit our Virtual Exhibitions and Lectures Copy the URL in a New Brower

"Birds of Longing: Exile and Memory"

Laurie: Wohl, unweaving artist

October 5, 2020 - January 18, 2021



Benedictine University Art Faculty Biennial

August 25 - October 4, 2020

"Low Tide"  -  Watercolor  -   Susan Davis, BenU Faculty


2020-2021 Exhibition Season

Each Virtual Exhibition Will Be Viewable on Starting Date Listed Below.


August 25 - October 4, 2020

Benedictine University Art Faculty Biennial


October 5, 2020 - January 18, 2021

Laurie: Wohl, unweaving artist
"Birds of Longing: Exile and Memory"

January 19 - February 29, 2020

Aaron Coleman, printmaker
"Social Avenger"

March 1 - April 11, 2021

Yeohyun Ahn, graphic artist
"The Bible + CODE II"

April 12 - May 2, 2021

BenU Annual Student Juried Art Exhibition

May 3 - May 31, 2021

BenU Senior Art Exhibition

June 1 - August 15, 2021

Komechak Permenant Art Collection

Virtual Lectures at the Komechak

To View Our Online Lectures and to See Lecture Dates

Copy and Paste the URL in a New Browser to Visit the Virtual Komechak

First Sunday Tea & Talk
Art & Relegion Curator Lecture
Sonnetag Distinguished Scholar Lecture

Due to Covid-19 The Komechak Art Gallery is Closed Until Further Notice.
We miss us and we are praying for you as we are absent from one and another.

Examples from the University Art Collection

 Irving Amen   -   "Woman with Menorah"
Kindlon Hall    -   Second Floor

Benedictine University Permanent Collection


Komechak Art Gallery

Kindlon Hall of Learning


The Art Walking Tour at Goodwin Hall of Business

Due to Covid-19
The Art Walking Tour in Goodwin Hall of Business
is not open to the public because of limitations on visitors to our Main Campus in Lisle, IL
We will be posting a virtual Art Walking Tour link soon and
We will notify you when the Komechak Art Gallery and
the Goodwin Hall Art Walking Tour become available to visitors.


But, right now we ask that you...

Stay home. Stay Well. Stay safe.


About the 

Fr. Michael E. Komechak, OSB

Art Gallery


  Mission Statement

  The Fr. Michael E. Komechak, O.S.B. Art Gallery

  is dedicated to the stewardship of the vision of

  Fr. Michael Komechak for the preservation of and

  expansion of the Benedictine University Art Collection

  and is committed to being a hub facility for expansion

  of the arts at our institution and in our community at large.


  Vision Statement

  To develop a local and international reputation for expanding

  the view of art and culture, on our various campuses,

  in the local communities in which we exist, and throughout

  the Midwest, Southwest and Eastern Asia regions.


  This vision will be achieved by developing cohesive partnerships

  and by creating an atmosphere conducive to learning, creative

  articulation and critical thinking by providing educational,

  pedagogical and community opportunities through exposure to

  the permanent collection, temporary exhibitions and educational

  outreach programs.



Fr. Michael

engage - educate

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Teresa J. Parker


Cathy Gaddis
Office Assistant