The Dr. Donald L. and Dorothy Jacobs Gallery collects and exhibits fine arts objects including modern works and antiquities and provides a permanent setting in which students and the community can view and learn about art.
- Located in the Ensor learning Resource Center
- Open Monday–Friday 12–4:30pm or by appointment at 502-863-8399
- Closed on holidays and campus breaks
The Dr. Donald L. and Dorothy Jacobs Gallery at Georgetown College includes modern and contemporary works of art by international, national and regional artists, along with an outstanding collection of artifacts from around the globe.
The video below is an interview of gallery founder and beloved patron Dr. Don Jacobs, conducted by Ashley Gabbard and filmed by Lucy Chestnut, both 2007 graduates of Georgetown College.
During a visit to the gallery, visitors enjoy works of art by artists such as
|Louise Bourgeois||Thornton Dial|
|Dale Chihuly||Helen Frankenthaler|
|Jasper Johns||Ernesto Gutierrez|
|Judy Pfaff||Robert Rauchenberg|
|Frank Stella||Andrew Wyeth|
The gallery includes antiquities and artifacts from China, Costa Rica, Democratic Republic of Congo, Egypt, Ghana, Greece, Guatemala, Indonesia, Liberia, Palestine, Peru, Thailand, Turkey, and Vietnam as well as works from Georgetown College students, alumni and faculty.