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Center for the Visual Arts

Location:
Center for the Visual Arts 401 S. School Street
Normal, IL

The Center for the Visual Arts is home to the College of Fine Arts, the School of Art, the Arts Technology program, the University Galleries, and a student-run graphic design studio.

The Center for the Visual Arts opened in 1974 and contains three stories. It was the original South Mall Arts Building.

Upcoming Events

March 2017

Arted – School of Art Student Exhibition

Start:
Tuesday, March 21st
8:00 am
End:
Friday, March 31st
5:00 pm

Arted includes School of Art student works by Katie Barko, Kim Phelps, Kenzie Bigliazzi, Maxx Sentowski, Mary Beth Brashears, Amanda Cruz, Keri Leach, Michael Blake and Michelle Sendy

April 2017

Student Elections Candidate Debate

Date:
Thursday, April 6th
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Meet your Student Government Association and Association of Residence Halls candidates by attending the student elections Candidate Debate.

MFA Exhibition Thesis Show by Micah Zavacky, Alexis Bragg, Catherine Davis, George Barreca, Jeremy Lampe and Megan Coonelly

Date:
Saturday, April 8th
Time:
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Micah Zavacky, Alexis Bragg, Catherine Davis, George Barreca, Jeremy Lampe and Megan Coonelly are MFA students in the School of Art. They have created their artwork with support from a grant from Friends of the Arts.

BFA Exhibition – Amanda Weygand and Whitney Johnson

Start:
Monday, April 24th
8:00 am
End:
Friday, April 28th
5:00 pm

Transpace is a gallery in the Center for Visual Arts that showcases work from School of Art Students. Bachelor of Fine Art and Master of Fine Art students are asked to display their work in partial fulfillment of their degree. Please join us for the opening reception or visit the gallery during gallery hours. Reception TBD

May 2017

BFA Exhibition – Kayla Scott and Jason Engel

Start:
Tuesday, May 2nd
8:00 am
End:
Saturday, May 6th
5:00 pm

Transpace is a gallery in the Center for Visual Arts that showcases work from School of Art Students. Bachelor of Fine Art and Master of Fine Art students are asked to display their work in partial fulfillment of their degree. Please join us for the opening reception or visit the gallery during gallery hours. Reception TBD