In addition to the many museums, galleries, and arts spaces in nearby Washington, DC, and Baltimore, students in the Department of Art have access to a number of galleries on campus. The combined programming of these galleries brings many artists, scholars and critics from around the area and around the globe to exhibit and share their work with the University community. Campus galleries include:
This gallery is located in the Art/Sociology building and is organized by students within the major. Here, students have the opportunity to exhibit their work, curate and organize exhibits, attend film screenings, and hear visiting artists lecture on their work.
The University of Maryland Art Gallery is located in the Art/Sociology building and hosts a number of exhibitions by artists from around the world each year. In addition, it hosts the MFA Thesis Exhibition at the end of each academic year.
Named after Professor Emeritus and renowned African-American art history scholar, David C. Driskell, this center is located one block from the Art/Sociology building and hosts a number of exhibitions each year, as well as an active visiting artists lecture series.
The Stamp Gallery, located in the Adele H. Stamp Student Union, exhibits local and national artists as well as the work of University students. It provides an opportunity for students to experience work, as well as allowing Studio Art majors an opportunity to make their work known to the wider University community.