Support the UNT Art Galleries
Since 1972, the UNT Art Galleries have presented and interpreted major art movements from Constructivism to Post Modernism, bringing to North Texas works by such visual art masters.
Visiting artists include the following.
Edgar Heap of Birds
For more than 60 years, the College of Visual Arts and Design has presented the works of its student artists, notably in the annual Voertman Student Art Competition, supported by Voertman’s book and supply store. Gifts to the UNT Art Gallery allow us to pursue excellence, ensuring that we can engage with Texas, national, and international artists and that we can reach out to communities surrounding UNT through public programs, such as lectures, family days, and visiting artist projects. Your gift may be directed to the UNT Art Galleries to specifically support CVAD’s exhibition program.
CVAD student exhibitions change weekly in one of our two student art galleries, making a visit to the CVAD Art Galleries a new experience every time. Students earning the B.F.A. and M.F.A. degrees organize an exhibition of their work as part of their academic achievement, student groups organize the group and juried exhibitions around a particular medium or discipline, and faculty coordinate exhibitions from their courses. Exhibitors reserve exhibition time in the galleries for up to two or three semesters in advance. We recommend contacting the gallery as early as possible to facilitate securing the week and the gallery of your choice.
If you would like to reserve a gallery, please contact us by emailing email@example.com or calling 940-565-4316.
CVAD and other UNT students work part-time as gallery sitters and art handlers. Gallery sitters monitor a gallery, greet visitors, keep a visitor count, observe the safety of artworks, answer phones and communicate with gallery staff. Gallery technicians or art handlers assist installing and de-installing artworks for exhibitions, prepare the gallery walls before and after exhibitions and maintain the gallery storage areas.
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