Seven campus spaces are available for student art exhibitions:
- Kelsey Theater – view map
- Halvorson Music Library – view map
- Upper Buntrock (“Cage” Gallery) – view map
- Regents, 3rd Floor – view map
- Regents, 4th Floor – view map
- Groot Gallery – view map
- Rolvaag Memorial Library – view map
IMPORTANT! Instructions for students exhibiting their work
- You are invited to exhibit a body of work representing the evolution of an idea. Check the schedule and contact one of the art professors or the coordinators listed below to reserve a space.
- Presentation should be appropriate to the work with matting and/or mounting encouraged.
- Hang the work 58” at center.
- A simple arrangement of the artwork is usually best. Hang your work horizontally across the wall rather than in a grid or grouping.
- Contact the student currently exhibiting in the gallery to confirm dismantling of the student’s show and the mounting of your show.
- Try to keep the dismantling and installation in close proximity so the gallery doesn’t remain vacant.
- Include a brief, articulate artist’s statement about the ideas, media, and/or process of your work.
- If you need labels for your works, you can submit label requests via this online form.
- In Regents, use Scotch Removable Mounting Squares available from the main office in the Center for Art and Dance. (no push pins, nails, etc).
- Push pins or small nails may be used to hang work in Kelsey, Halvorson, Upper Buntrock, and Lower Buntrock.
- Two tool caddies with 3M mounting squares, push pins, small nails, and tools are available for checkout in the Center for Art and Dance Main Office, Center for Art and Dance 200. The office is open from 8-12, 1-5 Monday-Friday.
If you are exhibiting in the Groot Gallery please contact Ashley Stock about gallery lighting.
If you have questions or to reserve a gallery space contact:
Student Coordinator Stephanie Trinkner
Faculty Coordinator Michon Weeks