Saint John’s University and College of Saint Benedict The Collegeville Institute is a short five-minute walk from the center of Saint John’s University. Collegeville Institute guests and participants are invited to participate in the numerous cultural events and other happenings on both Saint John’s campus and Saint Benedict’s campus (located about five miles from Saint John’s), including: Fine Arts Programming features plays, concerts, and other shows from around the nation and world. The Saint John’s Bible, hand-written and hand-illuminated by renowned calligrapher Donald Jackson and commissioned by Saint John’s Abbey and University, is housed on campus at the Hill Museum and Manuscript Library. Hill Museum and Manuscript Library, holding the world’s largest archive of manuscript photographs, is committed to the preservation of endangered manuscripts from Europe, India, the Middle East, and Africa. The Hill Museum and Manuscript Library provides scholarly access to typically remote or inaccessible manuscripts. Saint John’s Pottery Studio, home to world-renowned Artist in Residence, Richard Bresnahan, combines ancient Pacific Rim methods of pottery with available local resources and attention to process, anchoring the community in a vision of sustainability. For more information on both campuses please visit the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University.