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The Visual Art Gallery is a 1,200 square foot exhibition space showcasing the work of nationally and internationally-recognized artists participating in the Art and Art History Program's visiting artist program. It is also home to the annual BFA Exhibition each spring. The venue is an active and vital learning space for university students, visitors, and the local community.
The Art and Art History Program offers Gallery Internships to students for credit. Please visit the Internship page to learn more about this.
Located on the first floor of the UW Visual Arts Building, the This & That Galleries are designated spaces that provide undergraduate students within the Art & Art History program the opportunity to exhibit their creative work. Students gain professional experience by proposing a solo or group show. Once accepted, the student(s) organize the exhibition space and plan the receptions, and they advertise and promote the work by participating in interviews with local newspapers and radio stations. Exhibitions rotate every 2-3 weeks and students are allowed to have two exhibition slots before they graduate.
Gallery Hours : Concurrent with Visual Art Building hours, closed on weekends.
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