The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Architecture and Design is home to three exhibition spaces – the Ewing Gallery of Art and Architecture, Gallery 103, and the Downtown Studio.
Gallery 103 located on the first-floor of the Art + Architecture Building adjacent to the interior atrium and “reading room,” showcases the work of lecturers of the Robert B. Church III Memorial Lecture Series, as well as the curricular activities of art and design students.
- Aug. 4 – Aug. 22: Hansjoerg Goritz
- Aug. 25 – Sept. 12: “Lakeside: The Work of SOM”
- Sept. 15-Oct. 3: Saija Hollmén
- Oct. 6-24: Signe Nielsen
- Oct. 27-Nov.14: Patty Hopkins: “Hopkins Architects – the Early Years”
- Nov. 17-Dec 11: Claire Stigliani: “Seeing, Knowing, Drawing”
- January 7–Jan 23: “skirmishes with the MacroPhenomenal” byJason Young
- January 26–February 13: Jenny Sabin
- February 16–March 6: Made
- March_9–27: Ungraspable: Walter Jule, Printworks
- March 30–April 17: ““Finland Summer Architecture Institute 2014” by Tricia Stuth and Ted Shelton
- April 20–May 10: “Interstitial Readings | 60 SECONDS” by Brian Ambroziak
The Ewing Gallery
The Ewing Gallery is named in honor of C. Kermit “Buck” Ewing who initiated the art curriculum at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in 1948.
Begun in 1981, the Ewing Gallery of Art and Architecture is a professionally managed university gallery, funded jointly by the Department of Art and the College of Architecture and Design. It is located on the first floor of our very own Art + Architecture Building. Please view its website for upcoming exhibits.
Downtown Studio Gallery
Bringing design to downtown Knoxville, the UT College of Architecture and Design showcases both nationally and locally recognized artists and designers in the windows of the Downtown Studio, 500 South Gay Street. A First Friday event is held each month.
- August 1_Matt Culver
- September 5_ SOM
- October 3_ Fall Lecturer Series
- November 7_ The Role of Urban Design in Watershed Stewardship
- December 5_ Brewery Projects
- January 2_ Brewery Projects (continued)
- February 5_Governor’s Chair UT Studio from fall semester
- March 4_ Interior Design
- April 1_ Smart Cities Initiative
- May 6_Energy and Urbanism (curated by the Governor’s Chair)