The Wiegand Gallery will be closed for retrofit during the Summer of 2014. Our regular programming will resume in the Fall.
Founded in 1988, the Wiegand Gallery is a charming space in what was once the carriage house for the summer home of prominent San Francisco financier William Ralston. Ralston's famous home is now a National Historic Landmark and the jewel of both the NDNU campus and the Peninsula.
The Gallery's mission is to focus attention on the contributions and accomplishments of important artists who are less recognized, and lesser-known works of such established artists as Wayne Thiebaud, Nathan Oliveira, Manuel Neri, Stephanie Sanchez, John Walker, William Theophilus Brown, and Jack Jefferson.