The WJB Gallery (1085 William Johnston Building) is an 1100-square-foot exhibition space shared and managed by four departments of the College of Fine Arts: Art, Art Education, Art History, and Interior Architecture & Design. The 24 x 46-foot glass-walled gallery stretches the length of the central five-story atrium in the Johnston Building, providing rich natural lighting and secure but vivid public exposure for exhibitions. College of Fine Arts faculty and students curate exhibitions in consultation with a gallery committee of representatives from each department and the Museum of Fine Arts.
The scope and timeline of exhibitions varies with the needs and resources of the host department. Previous shows have included extended displays of student-designed furniture, short-term one-artist openings, semester-long curatorial projects, and one-night dance performances. The gallery features LED track lighting, freestanding partitions (adjustable for long-term exhibits), and a security system. If you are interested in exhibiting in the WJB Gallery, see the Floorplan and Gallery Guidelines.