Past Events

July 15-28, 2018

11th Annual NOWOH Show

Exhibition and Call for Artists!

Fine Arts Center

APRIL 27-May 10

"Listening To"

Photography Exhibition

Woodlane on Newton Road

Opening reception will take place on April 27 from 6-7:30pm

May 4, 2018, 5-7:00pm


Graphic Design Senior Show

Wolfe Center


A Celebration of BGSU School of Art Alumni and a Celebration of 25 Years of Digital Arts at BGSU.

Alumni from various years and focuses joined the School of Art for the gallery opening of Milestones, as well as facilities tours, workshops, ARTalks and more!

When: September 30 - November 9, 2017

Where: Wolfe Center and Fine Arts Center

Alternative Endings, Racial Beginnings

When: December 5, 9:00pm

Room 204: Fine Arts Center

ArtsX: Make Believe

ArtsX Make Believe occurred on December 2 from 5 to 9 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center and The Wolfe Center for the Arts and was a pre-holiday celebration of the arts for Bowling Green State University and area communities. Capturing the imaginations of young and old alike, this year’s ArtsX theme—Make. Believe.—featured the entertaining enchantment of puppetry. Learn more about ArtsX.

Art in the Park

When: Friday June 9 4:30-7:30pm

Where: Simpson Garden Park

Come enjoy Art in the Park and meet various artists that will be giving demonstrations, musicians, and actors. There will also be kids crafts and tasty treats!

MFA Exhibition II and II

MFA Exhibition I

When: April 9-18

Opening Reception April 8, 7-9pm

Exhibitors: Aaron Brandt, Justin Gerace, and Yusuf Lateef


When: April 23- May 2

Opening Reception Saturday, April 22 7-9pm

Exhibitors: Amanda Bergman, Rebecca List, Allie Billmeyer, Dinu Gavris, Dan Molyneux, Xiao (Nana) Yang     


February 1, 2017

Greg Miller ArtTalk

February 5-20

66th Annual Undergraduate Exhibition. 

The 66th Annual Undergraduate Exhibition showcased the talents of Undergraduate students in the School of Art. Over 100 students were represented in the variety of disciplines that the School of Art offers. 

2017 Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition: Framework


Dorothy Uber Bryan and Willard Wankelman Galleries

The 2017 Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition showcased the talents of selected graduating seniors in the School of Art. Forty nine students were represented in the variety of disciplines that the School of Art offers.

Opening Exhibition: Tuesday March 28, 5pm

Dorothy Uber Bryan Lobby Gallery

Fine Arts Center, Bowling Green State University


New student-curated exhibition.

Now a trending topic of discussion because of its targeted destruction by ISIS, the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra has long been a site of intrigue for an international audience. Over the many centuries, Palmyra has had a powerful visual, cultural, and emotional impact on locals and travelers alike. The recent acts of iconoclasm carried out at the site bring to light the complexities of how we, as humans, interact with and respond to images. 

This exhibition addresses various visualizations produced after the site’s rediscovery by European travelers and scholars in the seventeenth century. Responses to the site are complex, traversing multiple media, including prints, photographs, video, and 3D-printed models. Removed from the site in distance and, in most cases, in time, these works convey the influence of Palmyra on the imagination both ancient and contemporary. 

Organized by students in ARTH 6040: Iconoclasm Ancient and Modern, supervised by Dr. Sean Leatherbury.

January 26, 2017

Leo Tecosky Lecture/Demonstration