Fine Arts Center Galleries
The Department of Art and Art History runs and maintains the Main Gallery at the URI Fine Arts Center. Throughout the academic year, this gallery hosts several major exhibitions bringing to campus visiting artists and their art. In addition to exhibiting their innovative work, visiting artists often lecture and discuss their works, run critique sessions with students, or demonstrate special techniques.
Gallery hours: Monday – Friday, noon – 4 p.m.
The Project Room
The Project Room is a space where visiting artists, faculty, and students mentoring with faculty can exhibit artwork in a rough state.
The space is intended to be a sanctuary for experimentation and interdisciplinary art making, a place where hybrid process and cross boundary activity have a forum. A place that can function as an auxiliary teaching space in the realm of time based media, sound and installation projects.
URI Fine Arts Center, Room F102
105 Upper College Road
Gallery hours: Monday – Friday, noon – 4:00 p.m.
The Corridor Gallery provides a venue to display student work during class critiques. The Corridor Gallery is open during Fine Arts Center building hours.
This area off the center’s main lobby is dedicated to screening films and videos.
Other Exhibition Spaces
Highlights the creative achievements of alumni, students, and faculty of the Department of Art and Art History at the President’s home on the Kingston Campus.
The Carlotti Gallery is a great new venue for art students to display and market their artwork on campus. The Carlotti Administration Building is a very public building, housing administrative offices that include the Vice President for Administration and Finance, the Vice President for Research and Economic Development, Affirmative Action, General Accounting, Accounts Payable, Controller, Payroll, E-Campus Financials, and the URI Transportation Center.