Exhibits

The Loyal Jones Appalachian Center presents an ongoing program of interpretive exhibits in our Center and around campus. Our LJAC Gallery includes exhibits that introduce visitor and students to Appalachia, explore special topics, and tell interesting stories.

Location: The LJAC Gallery is on the Berea College Campus in the Loyal Jones Appalachian Center. This is located on the first floor of Stephenson Hall, 205 N. Main St., Berea, Kentucky. Public parking is available at the nearby College Square, near the Boone Tavern Hotel.

Hours: The LJAC Gallery exhibits are free and open to the public 8:00am-5:00pm weekdays. The Gallery may be closed to the public when in use as a classroom and on Berea College holidays. Other times may be possible by special arrangement.

Now Showing in the Center:

Now Showing in Other Locations on Campus:

Before Amazon Case No.1

Before Amazon: Mail Order Shopping in America

Showing the Frost Building Foyer

Before people shopped online, they used mail order catalogues.  This exhibition explores the things people bought using artifacts from the Appalachian Studies Teaching Collection.

Public Art in the Appalachian Center:

Mountain Trader SculptureHazel Dickens PaintingIn addition to its exhibitions, the Loyal Jones Appalachian Center displays many individual pieces of public art and expression.  Visit our Public Art page to explores these items, or better yet, visit them and experience them for yourself.