University Galleries is comprised of three art galleries that play an integral role in the teaching mission of the School of Art + Art History, College of the Arts at the University of Florida, as well as serving the entire UF and Gainesville community. All exhibitions include an opening reception featuring refreshments and live music. We hope you will join us!
University Gallery (UG) UG’s primary mission is to provide the greater Gainesville community with a contemporary venue that continually explores new directions in visual art, sometimes incorporating historical perspectives as well. UG also collaborates with myriad UF colleges, community and regional entities in creating a trans-disciplinary venue for artwork that is relevant to education at UF, and the greater region.
Exhibitions feature nationally/internationally known artists in the fall, and a bi-annual studio art faculty exhibition, juried student art show, and MFA graduating thesis project exhibitions in the spring.
UG is located in the Fine Arts B Building at the intersection of SW 13th Street and SW 4th Avenue.
The Gary R. Libby Gallery is an 850-square-foot space that presents art exhibitions which are organized by graduate student curators, in conjunction with the director of the galleries, providing an opportunity for students to learn experientially about curation, exhibition design, and presentation, and visitors to view professionally presented shows that primarily feature contemporary art.The Gary R. Libby Gallery is located adjacent to the lobby of the School of Art + Art History’s Fine Arts C Building.
Constance and Linton Grinter Gallery of International Art is located in the lobby entry area of Grinter Hall, which houses Graduate School offices, and the Centers for Latin American Studies and African Studies. Grinter Gallery presents exhibitions organized by graduate student curators, in conjunction with the director of the galleries that feature international and multicultural artworks. This venue allows graduate students to learn experientially about curation and exhibition design, and visitors to experience art and artifacts from across world cultures.