Various exhibition spaces are available on campus for students to display their work.
School of Art hallway space, the Ellis Gallery and the FRAME Gallery (Art student-run venue) is available to all students throughout the year. BFA/BXA seniors and graduating MFA candidates present their final show each spring at the Miller Gallery.
Students are encouraged to write proposals to present their work in these venues to fellow classmates, the university community and the public at-large. Students are also encouraged to pursue showing their work in exhibition and non-traditional venues around Pittsburgh, to further their creative connections with the city and expose their work to broader audiences.
CFA & DH Hallways/Display Cases
Throughout the academic year, student work can be viewed in CFA hallways and Doherty Hall hallways and display cases. The CFA 3rd floor foyers and hallways are fully utilized for exhibiting student class work scheduled by faculty. Works from many undergraduate art courses are included in these rotating exhibitions.
An HDTV exists in the north wing of CFA and B-level of DH for screening documentation of projects as well as completed electronic & time-based work.
Students are encouraged to write proposals for exhibits lasting one-week in duration, which they may install in walk-in display cases located in Doherty Hall.