Teaching Gallery in Administration Building
Built in 2007
The Teaching Gallery program was initiated in September 2001, inspired by the needs of students in the college's fast-growing Fine Arts program. Students are able to take advantage of a 2,000-square-foot Teaching Gallery located in the college’s Administration Building.
The gallery, which had been housed in the Marvin Library Learning Commons until 2007, serves as a "living laboratory," where students plan, hang and market upcoming shows.
Hosting exhibitions during the academic year, the gallery is financed by funds from the college's School of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the Office of the President. Additionally, the Cultural Affairs Office provides partial funding for artist fees and receptions.