University of North Texas Art Gallery
The University of North Texas Art Gallery presents curatorial and installation projects that challenge and promote discourse surrounding living artists and their work. Prominent curatorial projects include Re-Scripting the Story: Mary Beth Edelson 1970-2000; Wenda Gu, from middle kingdom to biological millennium; Liminal Britain; Dafatir: Contemporary Iraqi Book Art; Furniture as Metaphor, Contemporary Sculpture and the Poetics of Domesticity; Daniel Bozhkov Recent Works & Rainmakers’ Workshop; Saint in the Suburbs, Recent Work by Zoë Charlton; Graff, Tag and Bomb: the Influence of Graffiti; Jill Downen: Dust and Distance; and Nick Cave: Heard.
Art Building, First Floor
1201 W. Mulberry St.
Tuesday, 12 - 5 pm
Summer: Tuesday – Saturday, 12 – 5 pm
UNT ArtSpace Dallas
Launched in 2007 as Fashion on Main Gallery in the University Center building in downtown Dallas and expanded in 2013, this space's mission has grown to focus on the work of outstanding faculty, alumni and students, while also carrying on the site's legacy as "Fashion on Main" through selected exhibitions of the UNT Texas Fashion Collection.
University Center Building, First Floor
1901 Main Street, Dallas
Fee parking is available in the Elm Street Garage or in metered spots along Main St.
Thursday, 5 - 8 pm
The month of August, by appointment.
Cora Stafford Gallery
Cora Stafford Gallery is a bi-level exhibition space featuring UNT College of Visual Arts and Design MFA exhibitions and faculty-led class projects, such as the bi-annual Senior Drawing and Painting, Senior Watercolor and Senior Photography shows. In addition, this space provides a venue for experimental and collaborative student-organized exhibitions and visiting artist workshops, rotating weekly throughout the academic year. The Cora Stafford Gallery is named after Dr. Cora Stafford, an imaginative and enlightened leader who served as a faculty member and art department director from 1921 to 1965.
Oak Street Hall, First Floor
The Lightwell Gallery is a student-run gallery located on the first floor on the College of Visual Arts and Design building. The Lightwell Gallery not only serves as a venue for weekly rotating exhibitions of student work throughout the academic year, but has also been known for hosting impromptu performances, critiques and discussions. The space is named for the open architectural feature that traverses all three floors of the building, ending at three large skylights that flood the gallery with natural light.
Art Building, First Floor
Summer: Monday – Friday, 8 am – 11 pm; Saturday and Sunday, 12 - 10 pm
The North Gallery at the College of Visual Arts and Design, open from 2009 through 2015, featured MFA, BFA and faculty-initiated exhibitions and class projects in weekly rotating exhibitions throughout the academic year. This gallery is now closed.