The Project Space is a gallery open to all students and faculty to explore, test out and showcase new and experimental works. Students are encouraged to sign out the gallery to organize shows of their own making.
The space is designed to allow students to gain experience hanging a proper show and to receive valuable feedback on their works. Over the years students and faculty have mounted installations, created soundscapes, shown video works, and put together exhibits of international artists in this space.
The gallery's back wall is 28.5', the side two walls are approximately 21' while the front wall is almost entirely glass. This glass front allows for viewing of works 24/7 without the gallery needing to be open.
The Project Space, located in CFA 155, is open on a first-come, first-serve basis to faculty, students and staff. Those who sign out the space are responsible for all installation, deinstallation, and publicity of an exhibition. The Gallery has a wall of windows so works can viewed 24/7, however if you need a gallery sitter to keep the space open you will need to make your own arrangements.
To sign out the gallery please contact the Art Resource Manager.
NOTE: the Gallery, UB nor the Department of Art are responsible for lost or damaged art