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Art Galleries

Coordinator: Brad Cushman
E-mail: becushman@ualr.edu

Art Department Gallery Information

The art department maintains three art galleries in the Fine Arts Building that showcase traveling, invitational, solo and group exhibitions, and student exhibits throughout the year. All three galleries feature work by emerging and established artists. In addition to temporary exhibitions, the gallery program maintains the UALR Permanent Collection and Print Study Room with over 1200 works of art in the collection.

The primary gallery space, Gallery I, has 2,500 square feet of floor space and high ceilings which can accommodate large installations and traditional exhibitions. Gallery II, a smaller space, is an intimate exhibition space. Students have the opportunity to exhibit work in Gallery III, located on the second floor of the Fine Arts Building, in addition to other juried exhibitions.

The gallery program highlights contemporary and historical art, and traditional and nontraditional crafts to provide opportunities for education, inspiration, and experimentation. The exhibit series and gallery talks are designed to cultivate a diverse audience and dialogue among students, faculty, and the community. The work exhibited in the galleries is incorporated in course work and assignments, allowing UALR students the benefit of working directly with original art.


Gallery Hours:
September to Mid-May (Fall and Spring Semesters):

Monday – Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm, Saturday 10:00am-1:00pm, Sunday 2:00pm-5:00pm, closed on University Holidays

Mid-May through August (Summer Hours):

Monday – Friday 9:00am-5:00pm
Closed Weekends and University Holidays

*Fall Semester weekend hours begin after Labor Day.

Fall Semester weekend galleries resume after the Labor Day Weekend

ALL EXHIBITIONS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

UALR Fine Arts Building Directions and Parking Information (PDF Format)

Images from Previous Exhibitions

Julie Speed: Ad Referendum

Rebecca Sittler Shcrock : Series: A Spectacle and Nothing Strange

James Tisdale : Thoughts from China

Ann “Sole Sister” Johnson : Geneology : Great Grandma Betty

Hugo Crosthwaite : Atlanta (detail)