Student galleries at CFA provide both undergraduate and graduate students an opportunity to show their work throughout the CFA building and across campus. Students gain professional experience by proposing and organizing shows, and exhibiting their work across venues and contexts. Check back regularly to see what’s on view.
The Commonwealth Gallery is a dedicated setting for graduate students in the School of Visual Arts to show their work in a professional exhibition space. The gallery features solo and group exhibitions on a rotating basis throughout each academic year. Visit the Commonwealth Gallery
A student-run exhibition space in the College of Fine Arts Building, Gallery 5 provides undergraduate students in the School of Visual Arts the opportunity to submit proposals, curate exhibitions, and exhibit their work in solo and group shows. Visit Gallery 5
Each year, Dr. Beverly Brown and Sloane House staff work with the College of Fine Arts to select artwork for display within the BU President’s residence. Drawn from both student work and CFA collections, these works highlight the rich variety of works collected and generated by the CFA. The program serves to increase the visibility of BU generated artwork for the larger BU community and visitors to the BU campus. Visit Art@Sloane