Marnie Sheridan Gallery

The Marnie Sheridan Gallery is a teaching gallery, a space for learning about various cultures, styles of art, and different artistic mediums. Many activities take place in the gallery, and exhibits are scheduled to focus, when possible, on themes appropriate to the curriculum.

This gallery is dedicated to the memory of Marnie Sheridan, a gifted artist from the Harpeth Hall Class of 1972, whose life was tragically cut short. This space is devoted to present and future generations of students, with the hope that each girl will discover her own creative talents.

Gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For more information, call 615-297-9543.


May 24 - August 17 
Aaron Grayum: Shooting Stars and Jellybean Trees

Art for Every Girl

Art For Every Girl

Opening Reception: Wednesday, October 24, 6:30 p.m.

Exhibition dates: October 17 – December 19, 2018

Join us for the reception of "Art for Every Girl", an upcoming gallery exhibition at Harpeth Hall celebrating author Kate T. Parker's visit to campus and featuring female artists from across the country excelling in a variety of mediums.


"Art for Every Girl" is an upcoming gallery exhibition at Harpeth Hall that draws inspiration from author Kate T. Parker who will be discussing her exciting new book "Strong is the New Pretty: A Celebration of Girls Being Themselves" on campus this fall. This exhibit will feature work created by female artists from around the country, and like Parker's book, each piece will be accompanied by a quote from the artist as well as a short biography. This exhibition is a showcase of nationally, and internationally recognized artists who have excelled in varied disciplines, including portraiture, collage, and sign painting. "Art for Every Girl" is designed to show our students that as artists we are not limited to traditional artistic mediums and that creative expression comes in many forms.


To Every Purpose

by Grace Mikell Ramsey


Enter from the Esteswood Drive entrance on the south side of campus. From the Estes Road/Hobbs Road intersection, travel a block south on Estes Road. Turn right on Esteswood Drive. Take the first driveway into campus. The Marnie Sheridan Gallery is in the McMurry Center for Arts and Athletics, the white building to your right as you proceed to Visitor's Parking.

Visitor's Pass: After parking, proceed to Souby Hall to receive a Visitor's Pass that will give you admittance to Marnie Sheridan Gallery.