Perspective Gallery

The Perspective Gallery is committed to exhibiting the finest quality fine art with a special interest in providing art viewing opportunities which pique student curiosity and creates bridges within the academic and world community. The university campus is a unique environment where students are exposed to new and innovative ideas. The role of Perspective Gallery is to enrich the college experience by thought-provoking art exhibitions, programs, and collaborations.

Even when we’re closed, exhibitions are visually available through our perimeter windows, in front, and down the corridor along the side of the gallery.

Gallery Hours
Monday 6-9pm
Tuesday–Saturday 12–9 pm
Sunday 1–5 pm

For additional information contact:

Art Director: Robin Scully

Perspective Gallery (0138)
225 Squires Student Center
290 College Avenue
Blacksburg, VA 24061

540-231-4053 (Phone)
540-231-5403 (Fax)
Gallery Blog

Art Reach
Peace Project at SEEDS Blacksburg Nature Center
Thursdays 2-5pm

Summer Pop Ups
Look for Watercolor Wedensdays at the Blacksburg Farmers Market


August 27 - October 13
Pippi Miller: Reiterated Histories

Photography Exhibit

Reception: Friday, August 30, 5 - 7 pm
(Free and open to the public)

“He inhabits these places now, making new memories, a new reiteration of my experiences changed by how I view him in them. They layer on one another, creating a shared existence, stratifying the moments between me, the being I created, the ones who created me, and all the invisible strangers that these trees, these waters, this light bore witness too.” -Pippi Miller


Pippi Miller’s ‘Reiterated Histories,’ is a term she created to explain the art in this exhibit. A native of Central Appalachia, Pippi’s new photographs explore the mundane and extraordinary daily interactions her son has within this world. Many of the places photographed are a part of Pippi’s childhood, a layer of the past now added to memory yet revived and relived by her young son.

October 25 - December 14
The Peace Project

Reception: Friday, October 25, 5 - 7 pm
(Free and open to the public)