The newly renovated Eva G. Farris Gallery, formerly known as the TM Gallery is located on the campus of Thomas More College in Crestview Hills, KY. Initially created to enrich the liberal arts experience at the college, the EGF gallery has become a leader in exhibiting local, regional and national contemporary artists and one of the premiere college galleries in Northern Kentucky.

For more information about current exhibitions, gallery talks and lectures or if you are an artist interested in exhibiting in the gallery, please contact the Gallery Director at neale@thomasmore.edu.

Elizabeth Neal
Director, Eva G. Farris Gallery
at Thomas More College
333 Thomas More Parkway
Crestview Hills, KY, 41017


Thomas More College

Summer Gallery Hours

  • Monday - Thursday: 8:00am - 10pm
  • Friday - 8:00am - 4:00pm
  • Saturday - CLOSED
  • Sunday - CLOSED

Special Holiday Hours may change this schedule. Please call the Library at 859-344-3300 for any questions or directions. The Eva G. Farris Art Gallery is located on the entrance level of the Thomas More Library. For more information, call 859-344-3300.

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Eva G. Farris Art Gallery

History

On June 21, 2007, Thomas More College unveiled the naming of the new Art Gallery as the "Eva G. Farris Art Gallery." Over 150 friends attended the celebration, which was a surprise to the honoree as part of the annual Thomas More College Foundation Event. After the unveiling, friends dined in the Thomas More Library and had an opportunity to tour the Gallery where a student exhibit was on display.

"For some individuals, giving of their time and resources comes naturally. Eva Farris is one of these special individuals," said Sister Margaret Stallmeyer, former president of Thomas More College. "She not only gives financial support to numerous organizations, but she serves as a committed and passionate volunteer throughout the community."

A portrait of Eva Farris, painted by Thomas More graduate, Taylor Stephenson '07, hangs on the entry wall of the Gallery. Ms. Stephenson is one of two Thomas More art graduates whose work was selected in a national competition to be displayed at Manifest Gallery in Cincinnati.

 

The Saint John's Bible opening reception