About the Gallery
The Chatham University Art Gallery (CUAG) offers an opportunity to exhibit in an environment of critical dialogue, which encourages exchanges between both traditional and contemporary works and broadens aesthetic understanding. The gallery also functions to assist students in art, art education, arts management, art museum studies, art history, and media arts to build professional presentation and exhibition practices in an ethical and environmentally conscientious manner.
The Chatham University Art Gallery (CUAG) in Woodland Hall is dedicated to serving the following populations, in order of priority:
- Students – by exposing students to the work of faculty, regional, and national artists; providing exhibitions related to Chatham’s art collections, curriculum, special events, and Global Focus programs; and providing professional experience creating exhibitions.
- Faculty – as a vehicle to display their creative work; as a venue for faculty-curated exhibitions (priority is given to members of the Art, Design, and Communication program faculty).
- Chatham Community (including alumnae) – as a venue for exhibitions approved by the CUAG Advisory Board and a space for the display of objects related to college programs.
- Regional Artists – as a venue for exhibitions approved by the CUAG Advisory Board.
- National Artists – as a venue for exhibitions approved by the CUAG Advisory Board.