There are several galleries on and off campus maintained by the Center for Visual Arts that provide the University and surrounding community with access to regional, national and international artists through a wide range of exhibitions and special events that examine contemporary issues underscoring academic programs while serving the broader mission of the institution. The galleries are recognized as significant venues that feature regional and national artists throughout their programming.
The galleries also showcase artwork of undergraduate and graduate visual art students enrolled in the Department of Art academic program. Students are required to present a final thesis of their creative research in a professional exhibition format as part of their degree fulfillment. Students also deliver public presentations about the content, inspiration and historical context of their work during their exhibitions in the Lee Gallery.
Galleries can be found in the following locations:
Lee Gallery in Lee Hall I*
Acorn Gallery in Lee Hall II
Dean’s Gallery in Strode Tower
CVA-Greenville Gallery in The Village of West Greenville, SC
Additional special exhibits, artwork and/or showcases can be found in the following locations:
Gunin Library in Lee Hall II
The Brooks Center for Performing Arts
OLLI Building in Patrick Square
The Madren Center at the Conference Center and Inn
*Lee Gallery is our flagship gallery.
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