The University Gallery is a contemporary art gallery that serves the Art & Design Department, the University of Massachusetts Lowell, as well as the city of Lowell and the greater Merrimack Valley Region. The gallery hosts 4-6 major exhibitions each year, including the biannual B.F.A. show featuring the senior projects from the Art & Design studios. From emerging artists to seasoned practitioners with national and international reputations, the University Gallery's exhibition program showcases a broad variety of artistic approaches, media and content reflecting the curricula of the Art & Design program and enhancing the cultural environment of the community and surrounding area.
The University Gallery is located on the 1st floor of Mahoney Hall at 870 Broadway Street, Lowell.
Gallery Exhibitions: Admission is free and opening receptions usually include a lecture by the curator or exhibiting artist.
Spring 2018 Exhibition
The UMass Lowell Department of Art and Design is pleased to present the biannual Spring 2018 BFA Exhibition. The show will be on display in the University Gallery in Mahoney Hall, located on UMass Lowell’s South Campus at 870 Broadway Street in Lowell, MA. The exhibition will run from May 10-19, 2018. All are invited to a reception on Thursday, May 10, from 5-7 p.m. in the University Gallery.
The BFA candidates are: Elisabeth Auffant, Kevin Awino, Brandon Beaudoin, Nick Broadway, Steven Bu, Russell Byron-Kelly, Claudel Charles, Dana Cram, William Crow, John Cullen, Andrea Delisle, Karisa Gaudet, Sarah Georges, Renee Gonsalves-Lamontagne, Armando D. Hopson, Julie Howard, Lynn Huynh, Brian Jaime, Matthew Jarbeau, Stephanie Laflamme, Brendan Lam, Jordanne Love, Meagan Makiej, Steven Martinec, Caitlin Mitchell, Eli Portuhondo, Meghan Quinn, Jasmin Rodriguez, Teresa M. Santana, Steve Simoes, Khand Tenney, Jennifer Vivier, Cody A. Weimar, Austin Well
Read the UML BFA Spring 2018 Press Release (pdf)
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Art & Design Department Gallery Floor Plans (pdf)
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There are no upcoming exhibits scheduled at this time. Please contact us for more information.