Monday - Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday 12 p.m to 4 p.m.
Located on the beautiful campus of Loyola University is a small museum dedicated to artifacts of Belgian Congo and rotating exhibits.
The Collins C. Diboll Art Gallery occupies a portion of the newly constructed Louise and J. Edgar Monroe Library on Loyola University’s campus. One fourth of the museum’s space is dedicated to the school’s permanent Cornet exhibit, a collection of artifacts from the Belgian Congo. Other exhibitions include various local, national, international, and student shows.
Visitors might find an exhibit of abstract art, pottery, prints, and graphics—all created by Loyola’s art students and faculty members.
The Diboll Art Gallery is located on the fourth floor of the Monroe Library on Loyola’s main campusand a 30-minute St. Charles Avenue Streetcar ride from Canal Street. The library is a two-block walk through campus.