The Jill A. McGuire Gallery At RAC


The Gallery at RAC is committed to exhibiting the work of local artists and fostering opportunities for curators living in the St. Louis region. The Gallery at RAC showcases artists from a variety of media and exhibitions rotate throughout the year. Guest curators have the opportunity to compose group exhibitions, each featuring works that explore a specific discourse. RAC accepts proposals for exhibitions on a rolling basis. Please click here to view the guidelines for exhibition proposal submission. You may also browse our past exhibits here.

Located on the first floor of the RAC Building

Gallery Hours:

Monday – Friday: 10:00am – 5:00pm

Saturday and Sunday: 12:00pm – 5:00pm

Current Gallery Exhibition



September 19 – November 7, 2015

As a garment, pants are often over-looked, yet they are essential and provide a quiet anchor to one’s wardrobe. That one “perfect pair” is illustrative of one’s viewpoint on life, and an expression of their best self; the way they live, and the activities they engage in daily.

Pants! Brings this essential garment front and center as an exploration of the many creative Saint Louis personalities that make up SKIF’s happy circle of friends, and their combined abilities to be spirited, kind, and infinitely free in their pursuits.

CURATOR: Nina Ganci

ARTISTS: Lohr Barkely, Bill Russell, Lucy Dougherty, Michael Drummond, Zen Duda, Cameron Fuller, Carrie Goodson, Deborah Katon, Q Liu, Robert Longyear, Casey Miller, Richard Nichols, Hap Phillips, SKIF, Robe Stein, Susan Sontag, Lauren Tracey

Join us at our gallery talk Saturday, October 3rd, from 1:15 – 1:45pm.

This exhibition is in conjunction with Innovations in Textiles 10, a regional collaborative event celebrating fiber art. Visit or for more information.

Second Floor Exhibition

A Retrospective of Grace

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September 18th – December 31st

Images of Grace is Grace Hill’s unique, empowering and inspiring project that involves providing cameras to families they serve.  These families document the day-to-day lives of their community as artists-in-residence.

Join us for a reception celebrating this exhibition on October 1, 2015 from 5:30pm – 7:30pm.

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View Past Exhibits