Chanute Art Gallery

The Chanute Art Gallery was founded in 1973 by a group of women with a vision of a strong arts community in Chanute.  After having been located in the Tioga Hotel and the Bailey Bank Building the Gallery has been located at 17 N. Lincoln for more than 30 years.  Four buildings were combined to create the current space.  Elinor, Ellie, Mccoy was the driving force for the first 40 years.  Since 2013 the Gallery has be directed by a nine member working Board of Directors.  

The purpose of the Gallery is to support and encourage the advancement of the arts in Chanute and the surrounding area; to collect, preserve, maintain, and exhibit the collections and works of art therein which are held in trust for the benefit of Chanute and the surrounding area.

Gallery Schedule 2024

February Schedule

Pets in Art opened on January 30 and closes on March 2 at 4:00 pm.  Featured is original artwork crated with pets as the subject matter.  a special except was made to feature the Mask of Aslan made by Lee Acker for the recent Chanute Community Theatre production of "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe"  Reception will be February 10 from 1:00 to 2:30 pm.  People Choice winner will be chosen by visitors.


November Gallery Schedule

Off the Wall Members Exhibit
Chanute Art Gallery Members

Aslan, created by Lee Acker for CCT production of "Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe"