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The Art Walking Tours at Benedictine University


Art represents the relationship between people and place.

The Benedictine University Art Collection is eclectic and known for its range of artistic style and media. This collection enlivens our public spaces, enables the community to view art up close and encourages a vibrant cultural discourse within our university and throughout the local, regional and international community which is rooted in the idea of the Catholic intellectual tradition.

This four building art walking tour serves a public venue highlighting a rarely viewed, dynamic collection of artwork that was assembled through the diligent efforts of Fr. Michael E. Komechak, O.S.B.

The Benedictine University Art Walking Tours are free and open to the public during regular campus hours.
Brochures for the self-guided art walking tours at Benedictine University are located in each of the building near the main entrances.



Kindlon Hall Art Walking Tour


  Birck Hall Art Walking Tour


Scholl Hall Art Walking Tour


This three-floor tour of the Daniel L. Goodwin Hall of Business features a selection of art work that has been organized into the following categories:

GN - Second Floor: Chicago and Vicinity Artists

GN - Third Floor: National Artists

GN - Fourth Floor: International Artists

Click on the floor you wish to view.




The Joseph and Bess Kindlon Hall of Learning is the tallest building on the Benedictine University Lisle, IL campus and offers one of the most stunning views, not only of our campus, but a 180 degree view of the surrounding area.

The Fr. Michael E. Komechak, O.S.B. Art Gallery is located in this building on the fifth floor.

In this building you are able to view five floors of art work that has been organized into the following categories:

KN - Lower Level

KN - First Floor

KN - Second Floor

KN - Third Floor

KN - Fourth Floor

KN - Fifth Floor

Click on the floor you wish to view.



The Birck Hall of Sciences also houses the Jurica Nature Museum and is a three floor tour that features a selection of artwork that has been organized by floor into the following categories:

BK - Lower Level

BK - First Floor

BK - Second Floor

BK - Third Floor

Click on the floor you wish to view.




Located on the North end of the Lisle campus on College Road, this building is named after Dr. William Mathias Scholl, and houses the majority of classes for the arts at Benedictine University.

The two floors of art work are by artists who are also teachers and the paintings, drawings and prints on this tour, along with some of the larger paintings in the Benedictine University Art Collection have been chosen to facilitate and inspire students who are enrolled in our arts programs.

SL - First Floor

SL - Second Floor

Click on the floor you wish to view.

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Teresa J. Parker


Cathy Gaddis
Office Assistant