Department of Art

Galleries & Events

SPRING 2020 UToledo Art EVENTS

Due to COVID-19, all events through April 30 with an expected attendance of 100 or more have been canceled. This includes The 2020 Juried Exhibition Awards/Reception. The BFA Exhibition Reception will continue TBD, based on university policy. The BAVA Exhibition will be presented online.

As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve rapidly, all guidelines are subject to change and/or be extended as deemed necessary by University leadership.


Canceled

2020 Juried Student EXHIBITION

CENTER FOR THE VISUAL ARTS MAIN GALLERY

EXHIBIT DATES - March 6-27

Awards/RECEPTION - Friday, March 27 (6-8pm)

The JSE - Juried Student Exhibition is a competitive exhibition open to all UToledo students regardless of major. All media welcome (2D, 3D, digital). Your ready-to-display artwork must be submitted at the UToledo Center for the Visual Arts (next to the Toledo Museum of Art) on Tuesday, February 25 between 9am-5pm. Submission forms are in the Art Department's main office in the CVA. If your work is accepted to the exhibition, you will be informed via email. 


2020 BFA EXHIBITION

CENTER FOR THE VISUAL ARTS MAIN GALLERY

EXHIBIT DATES - APRIL 8 - MAY 4

OPENING RECEPTION TBD

The BFA Exhibition is an annual celebratory exhibit of the finest work of UT students graduating this semester with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Art.


2020 BAVA THESIS EXHIBITION

CENTER FOR THE VISUAL ARTS MAIN GALLERY

EXHIBITION will be presented online

The Bachelor of Arts program in Visual Art provides students with a solid foundation in art through introductory courses in drawing, design and the history of art, and it offers study in three areas of studio art as well as advanced work in art history. These department offerings are integrated with the core curriculum with the purpose of using visual art as a special instrument for cognitive growth, knowledge, discovery, and cultural engagement. The B.A. in Visual Art is a special kind of liberal arts degree based in studio art. Though there is no concentration offered, students may choose from 2D studies (drawing, printmaking, painting), 3D studies (sculpture, ceramics), and/or digital and photographic art (photography, digital arts) for their advanced studio coursework.

The BAVA Thesis students choose a project and concept to explore, in-depth, under the direction of the BAVA Coordinator. The 2019 graduates' work can be found @ http://utbavathesis.weebly.com/

Last Updated: 3/11/20