The Fine Arts Center Galleries offer a wide range of free exhibitions and events to all area community members in support of the BGSU vision: As a public university, BGSU focuses on contributing to the public good and embraces its role as a national model in addressing the educational, economic, and social vitality of our region, the state of Ohio, the nation, and the world.
Our exhibitions include challenging and engaging contemporary work by nationally recognized artists as well as faculty and student shows that highlight some of the most talented and successful artists of this region. Visitors are invited to explore collaborative and inclusive events and presentations that foreground political, social and cultural themes through dialogue, creative ideas and new knowledge.
Life’s Work: Honoring BGSU School of Art Emeriti Faculty
Our Emeriti dedicated many years of their lives to teaching while at the same time establishing personal studio and scholarly practices. In retirement, they pursue their visions with new energy. We celebrate their passion and achievements.
August 25 – Sept. 24
“Life’s Work” Exhibition (curated by Jacqueline S. Nathan)
Dorothy Uber Bryan Gallery, Fine Arts Center
Thursday, Aug 24 - Exhibition Opening
5pm-6pm: Honoring our Emeriti – A Conversation
Sunday, Sept 24 - Exhibition Event
3pm-4pm: Afternoon Tea and a Gallery Talk with Lynn Whitney
*denotes “Life’s Work” exhibition participant
Tuesday – Wednesday, Friday – Saturday 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Sunday 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Closed Mondays and Thursdays
Closed University Holidays
Appointments may be available for groups and classes. Contact email@example.com.
All exhibitions are free and the public is welcome
All galleries are wheelchair accessible with the exception of the upper level of the Wankelman Gallery
Paid parking is available in the first two rows of Lot N, off of Ridge St.
Parking is free evenings after 6 p.m. and on weekends in Lot N
The Fine Arts Center gratefully recognizes generous support from:
School of Art News & Stories
GD Thesis project on the Front Page of Cherokee Newspaper
Graphic Design Senior Jesse Walton, a CURS grant recipient, is currently featured on the front page of the Cherokee Phoenix Newspaper in Tahlequah, Oklahoma for the senior thesis project. Jesse’s work, "The Revelation Booth serves as an epitome to bring an understanding to the viewers outside of the Indigenous Community to understand their privilege, to see the hardships, confusion and solemness through the installation and create this self-aware feeling, to call to change the viewer’s perspectives, to be motivated to change their own thinking.”Read More
Allie Terry-Fritsch's Somaesthetic Experience and the Viewer in Medicean Florence
Allie Terry-Fritsch's Somaesthetic Experience and the Viewer in Medicean Florence: Renaissance Art and Political Persuasion, 1459-1589 is now available from Amsterdam University Press!Read More
How a college senior's hunt for 'weird' high school baseball fields took on new dimensions
From a bird's eye view, the baseball diamond at Lutheran West High School in Cleveland suburb of Rocky River, Ohio, doesnt scan as especially strange. There are cinderblock dugouts, a concessions stand and chain-link fences.Read More
Arts council hosts an evening with Janet Ballweg, who will discuss artist residencies
Printmaker Janet Ballweg will speak about “Artist Residencies” as the third guest in the Bowling Green Arts Council’s “An Evening With…” series on Friday, July 14, from 6-8 p.m., at Myla Marcus Winery, 133 S. Main St.Read More
Updated: 09/09/2023 10:20PM