Located within Alvernia's historic Francis Hall, the Miller Gallery is a beautiful setting for hosting artwork by local and nationally exhibited artists, in addition to current Alvernia Art and Design students.  Alvernia enhances the creative experience of students and the regional community through art in the Miller Gallery.

The Miller Gallery is named after local arts supporters, Marlin and Regina (Ginger) Miller. Long time supporters of Alvernia and the community, the Millers are committed to encouraging wide-ranging appreciation for artistic expression.

Marlin is co-founder of Norwich Ventures and has decades of experience as an entrepreneur and leader in the medical device industry. Ginger is a nationally recognized water colorist and needlecraft artist. As collectors, philanthropists and artists, Marlin and Ginger have a keen sense of the transformational power of art. The Millers’ extensive community involvement is informed by their shared passion for arts and education.


Miller Gallery Hours

Monday through Saturday
10:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

  • Open for special arts events one hour prior to performance.
  • Gallery closed when Alvernia is closed for holidays & breaks.
  • Located in the main lobby of historic Francis Hall, Alvernia Main Campus
  • Interested in taking a class or group through the gallery? Contact Kevin Godfrey at 610-796-8233.

Community Engagement

Lemons, Limes, Marble - oil painting on canvas
Current Exhibit | Bruce Becker Paintings
Bruce Becker is a professional artist who has painted works for numerous gallery acquisitions, museum acquisitions, corporate buyers, and personal collectors. He is passionate about his work as an artist and as an educator.

In his teaching studio, The Warehouse Studios in Reading PA, as well as at Alvernia University, Reading, PA, he has instructed both professional and beginner painters for more than 16 years.