Clarion University's Sandford Gallery was founded in 1972 in the Marwick-Boyd Fine Arts Center. It now houses the permanent collection and is used as a study gallery.
In 2002, the University Art Gallery, an ADA accessible facility, was opened in Carlson Library. The University Art Gallery, located in the lower level of Carlson Library, is run by the art department and presents two to three exhibitions of contemporary art a year as well as the annual Bachelor of Fine Arts show at the end of the spring semester. The University Art Gallery has shown an impressive array of contemporary artists from around the world in group exhibitions, including Andy Warhol and William Kentridge.
The Empty Set Gallery is a student run space housed in Marwick Boyd Fine Arts Building. Programming consists primarily of exhibitions of student work and student curated exhibitions. Each BFA and BA student has a solo exhibition in the Empty Set Gallery. For information about exhibitions in the Empty Set Gallery or to propose an exhibition contact VizArtZ - the art student organization.
displaced: Photographs by Maranie Rae
September 4 - December 8, 2018Reception/Reading/Performace
Inside the Zaatari Refugee Camp
January 22 - March 16, 2019
SPRING BFA/BA ExhibitionS
April 23 - May 4
Tuesday 12 - 5
Wednesday 12 - 7:30
Thursday 12 - 5
Friday 1 - 4
Saturday 1 - 4