Center for the Arts Gallery

The Center for the Arts Gallery is the main venue for viewing some of the region and the nation’s finest artwork. The gallery is on the third floor of the Center for the Arts, near the box office.

Center for the Arts Gallery

The Center for the Arts Gallery is the main venue for viewing some of the region and nation’s finest artwork and is a premier exhibition space, rivaling many museum spaces. The schedule includes several exhibitions each year of important living artists of the past 40 years, as well as emerging artists. 

Engaging lectures and premier exhibitions can be found on our campus throughout the year.

The Gallery is open to the public during exhibitions on Tues – Sat, 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. Closed for Spring Break March 16 – 26.

For upcoming events and exhibitions, visit


The Chicken and the Egg

February 2 – April 13, 2024, featuring the work of artists Sakura Maku (who will give the opening lecture on February 8 at 6:30 p.m. in CA 2032), Matt Bollinger, Elliot Doughtie, Krystle Lemonias (who will lecture on Thursday, March 14 at 6:30 p.m. in CA 2032), Jenny Reed, and Paula J. Wilson

For questions, please email 

You can also follow us on Facebook and Instagram, and view some of our past exhibitions online. For more information on this show and related programming, click here.

2023 Faculty Biennial 

September 15 – December 9, 2023

2023 Faculty Biennial Installation Views

2023 Faculty Biennial Individual Artworks

TU Interviews with Artists We Love, 2021

J. Alpha Massaquoi, BFA '19 discusses the artist collective model and the role TU continues to play for him as an alumni and artist. This summer Alpha is co-curating the exhibition "Novo Legado: Bmore Legends" in the Holtzman MFA Gallery. Learn more about Hot Sauce Artists Collective here.

Anthony Cervino TU MFA '03 and current professor of Studio Art at Dickinson College discusses his artistic and academic career, and founding and running an independent art gallery. Check out Ejecta Project gallery here.

Artist Alison Saar talks gender, race, beauty, heritage, and history amidst a global pandemic. Learn more about her work and current/upcoming exhibitions here.

Artist Alejandro Guzmán, whose artistic practice focuses on creative misunderstandings through art through ritualistic group performances, celebrates the ingenuity and collective action of NYC artists in the midst of the pandemic.