Faculty Exhibition in the Union Grove Gallery.
Art isn't just about what happens in the classroom. That's why the Art & Art History Department presents the work of regionally and nationally known artists and gives students opportunities to show their work in our three gallery spaces. From visiting
artists' lectures and workshops to the nuts and bolts of mounting and promoting exhibitions, students experience a slice of the art world right here on campus.
Check out the Art & Art History Events page for a listing of upcoming gallery shows and events.
UAH Annual Student Show in the Wilson Hall Gallery.
Wilson Hall Room 160
Open 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Weekdays
Located on the first floor of Wilson Hall, the department's home base, Wilson Gallery is an elegant space where students often linger, enjoying the work of famous artists like Cheryl Goldsleger or checking out BFA exit shows.
Installation by Harrison Walker ('14) in the Salmon Library Gallery
Salmon Library Gallery
The Salmon Library Gallery is a cheerful, open-plan space located on the first floor of the Library next to the coffee shop. From group shows by the local Green Pea Press to the BA Exit Show, its central location and variety of shows makes it a popular
spot for art lovers from all across campus and the community.
Union Grove Gallery
Union Grove Gallery, a gift of the Bendall family, was moved from Union Grove, Alabama to campus in 1974. This small Greek Revival-style wooden building was originally constructed as a chapel, but now serves as a site for installations as well as more
traditional exhibitions. A popular spot for meetings and events, this unique place was lovingly restored by faculty, students, and volunteers.
Looking for a particular gallery? Check the UAH Campus Map.