Exhibitions

Rowe Main Galleries, Spring 2019

A New Mark: Drawings by Jessica Burke (JB), Anna Kenar, & Jason Watson
January 9-27, 2019

Although still so important and relevant, the act of drawing is often hidden behind multimedia layers in contemporary art. Some artists, however, often keep drawing at the forefront of their process, allowing it visible precedence. Jessica Burke (JB) and Anna Kenar, art professors at UNCC, and Jason Watson, art professor at Central Piedmont Community College, retain drawing as the centerpiece of their creative practices. This exhibition includes work by all three artists and asks us to rediscover the importance of drawing in contemporary art.

2019 UNC Charlotte Juried Student Exhibition
February 13-24

The popular annual juried student exhibition returns! It’s the opportunity to peek inside current experiments by UNC Charlotte art students and see what is happening in the studios. This year’s juror is Beverly McIver, painter and Professor of the Practice of Visual Arts at Duke University.

Forming a Legacy: Works by Joan Tweedy Alumni
March 8-27

As part of the celebration in memory of late ceramic professor Joan Tweedy, this exhibition showcases work by several UNC Charlotte alumni who continue to learn from their former professor. Tweedy’s legacy lives on within the walls of Rowe Arts, but also beyond through works by artists she originally inspired. These artists and former students come together to provide visual evidence for Tweedy’s influence as a teacher, artist, and colleague.

BFA 2D/3D & Graphic Design Exhibition
April 10-28

The Department of Art & Art History presents the capstone work of graduating BFA students.

The Art of Teaching
May 3-10

Graduating art education majors exhibit their work alongside the work of the students they have been teaching.

Rowe Side Gallery Exhibitions

The Rowe Arts Side Gallery is a student-centered exhibition venue that provides an opportunity for current UNC Charlotte studio art students to participate in a variety of exhibitions. The gallery is designed as a flexible space where students can explore unconventional methods of display and installation, as well as juried or curated exhibitions hosted by student organizations, classes, and studio areas of study.