The ACG Art Collection is primarily displayed in the following locations on campus: ACG Art Center, ACG Art Gallery, ACG Museum, ACG Treasury, and ACG Chapel. Artworks in the ACG Art collection that are not on display are kept in the Art Storage, which is housed at the ACG Art Gallery.
ACG ART CENTER
A complex of spaces designed for the fine arts. It includes a gallery, a lecture hall, and studios for visual art in various forms.
ACG ART GALLERY
The principal venue for exhibitions on the Agia Paraskevi campus, situated at the lower level of the John S. Bailey Library.
Holdings archival material, comprising largely of photographs, it chronicles the origin and development of ACG in relation to the cultural, political and social progress of both modern Greece and the United States. The Museum also includes the Alexander Kalovidouris Collection of antiquities.
Part of The Three Hierarchs
chapel, holding ACG Art collection's icons and ecclesiastical relics.
The Chapel of The Three Hierarchs
, consecrated by His Beatitude Christodoulos in 2002, is built cross-in-square by architect Stefanos Nomikos, and graced with icons and frescoes by hagiographer Yannis Karouzos. Old bricks salvaged from demolished buildings are used for the construction of the building. Reused tiles are arranged in a wave-like pattern on all roof surfaces. Marble from Tinos is used for the interior floor, and marble from the Dionysos quarries for the screen, the Holy Altar, the iconostasis, and the exterior pillars. French oak is used for the Episcopal throne, lectern and candle-stand. The external doors are of cast iron. The windows are covered with colored glass lozenges.
Artworks from the ACG Art collection are placed in various sites of the campus: Pierce Theater's foyer keeps the Presidential Portraits
; Saint Francis of Assisi
by Frances Rich adorns the hillside nearby the Chapel;The Cyclist
by Vassiliki is placed at the atrium of Pierce College; and sculptures by Takis are displayed at various sites of the campus. The placing of artworks anywhere on campus is by no means permanent. The display is intended to rotate in order to give the opportunity to all artworks in ACG Art collection to be seen in an wide variety of contexts.