Exhibitions Depicting our Legacy, Culture and Passion

The College of Architecture and Design is home to three exhibition spaces:

  • Gallery 103 in the A+A Building, 1715 Volunteer Blvd.
  • The Ewing Gallery of Art and Architecture, 1715 Volunteer Blvd.
  • Downtown Window Gallery, 500 South Gay St.

Directed by Distinguished Lecturer Diane Fox, whose own work has been exhibited in Paris, Germany and across the U.S., our exhibitions are part of the featured creative activities of the college.

Gallery 103

  • Gallery 103, located on the first floor of the Art + Architecture Building, showcases the work of many of our visiting lecturers as well as curricular activities of art and design students.

Fall 2018

  • September 12-October 5_Bryan Cantley
  • October 8-October 26_Ewing Gallery Paintings
  • October 29-November 23_Finland Study Abroad
  • December 3-January 25_Ken Moffett | BullockSmith & Partners

Spring 2019

  • January 28-February 15_Lola Sheppard
  • February 18-March 8_School of Art
  • March 11-April 5_Josh Shelton
  • April 8-April 26_Alyssa Kuhns, Interior Architecture Fellow
  • April 29-Summer_Nate Imai, Architecture Fellow

 

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 School of Art and the College of Architecture and Design. It is located on the first floor of our very own Art + Architecture Building. We host exhibitions by acclaimed designers, who also lecture in the space, and our award-winning student work is exhibited each year.

 

Downtown Window Gallery

Bringing design to downtown Knoxville, we showcase both nationally and locally recognized artists and designers, as well as our own fine work, in the windows of the Fidelity Building, 500 South Gay Street. A First Friday event is held many times each year.

Fall 2018

  • December 7_Phase State: Re-tooling Intermodal Territorial Morphologies

 

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