The Bowling Green State University Fine Arts Center Galleries contribute to the enrichment of the broader area community while supporting the academic mission of the University. Twelve to fourteen exhibitions are produced each year. These include challenging contemporary art by nationally recognized artists as well as faculty and student shows that give community members the opportunity to view work by some of the most talented and successful artists of this region. Political, social and cultural themes are examined via artist presentations and written materials. BGSU Galleries is committed to meeting the highest professional standards in all of its activities.
The Fine Arts Center Galleries affirm and support Bowling Green State University goals of excellence, collaboration, diversity and outreach with exhibitions and programming designed to stimulate and educate artists and art audiences, communicate ideas, and promote the vitality and significance of the arts. Galleries programming serves BGSU students and staff, and the Northwest Ohio area community.
BGSU Fine Arts Center Galleries include three outstanding exhibition spaces: The Dorothy Uber Bryan Gallery, the Hiroko Nakamoto Japanese Ceremonial Arts Gallery for the demonstration of Japanese traditional arts, and the balconied Willard Wankelman Gallery. All areas, with the exception of the second floor of the Wankelman Gallery are wheelchair accessible.
Call for Proposals
Artists and curators are welcome to submit exhibition proposals.