Welcome! The Galleries are open as of August 26 with the exhibition SEEN+HEARD: Conversations About Sexual Assault, Abuse and Rape in the Dorothy Uber Bryan Gallery. Please check down below for Covid-19 safety procedures and new gallery hours.
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.
Sexual Assault: The Conversation Continues
WebEx Event | Thursday, September 24, 7:30 to 9pm EST
A virtual discussion with participant/survivors in the exhibition, Seen + Heard: Conversations About Sexual Assault, Abuse and Rape.
There is no cost to attend virtual programs. Click HERE to register. The registration password is Seeing. You will receive a confirmation email with the WebEx Event link. This link will also be re-emailed to you prior to the program.
Guests with disabilities are requested to indicate if they need special services, assistance or appropriate modifications to fully participate in this event by contacting Accessibility Services, firstname.lastname@example.org 419-372-8495 prior to the event.
SEEN+HEARD: Conversations About Sexual Assault, Abuse and Rape
Exhibition Open: August 26 - September 25, 2020
This portrayal of survivors through photographs by Cleveland based artist Honey Lazar, accompanied by their recorded stories, is a powerful testament to the power of telling.
The Northwest Ohio (NowOH) Community Art Show supports regional artists, providing an opportunity to display work in a professional gallery setting. The exhibition features artists of all abilities in a variety of media, with awards presented in a number of categories, including youth awards and a popular choice award.
Due to Covid-19 safety precautions to keep you safe, please observe the new hours and procedures
BGSU Galleries will be closed on Mondays and Tuesdays to general visitors, but open by appointment for groups and classes. Groups and classes will be admitted Wednesday - Thursday by appointment only during posted hours. Appointments may be made by contacting Jacqui Nathan at email@example.com in advance.
While visiting the Galleries, all visitors must observe the following requirements:
- All visitors must wear masks
- Social and physical distancing will be observed at all times
- Entrance/exit to the Galleries will be singly per the stanchions and floor signs
- The number of visitors in each gallery will be limited to:
- Dorothy Uber Bryan Gallery- 40
- Red Door Gallery- 7
- Wankelman Gallery- 20
Monday 9:00 am - 7:00 pm Open by appointment only
Tuesday 9:00 am - 7:00 pm Open by appointment only
Wednesday 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Thursday 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Friday 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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.
The Fine Arts Center gratefully recognizes generous support from:
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