Carolyn M. Wilson Gallery

The Carolyn M. Wilson is located on the USF Tampa campus in the Fine Arts Studios building, FAS. Students, alumni, and faculty may submit a proposal for an exhibition in the Wilson Gallery. Applications are accepted twice a year. Applications can be picked up in the School of Art & Art History office, FAH 231. For further information on the gallery, please contact the School of Art & Art History at (813) 974-2360.

During exhibitions, the Wilson Gallery hours are Monday through Thursday from 11 am to 3 pm. Due to COVID-19, visitors must be in groups of 4 or fewer. Masks and social distancing are required on the USF Campus.

*Please note: only Students, Faculty and Staff are permitted in the gallery during USF's Phase II. Follow our social media for more coverage of gallery exhibitions: https://www.instagram.com/artschoolusf
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Fall 2020 Exhibitions

Impermanence // Paradoxical
Sep 19 - Oct 1

Impermanence // Paradoxical
is a double feature of 2 separate exhibitions that will be held simultaneously in the Carolyn M. Wilson Gallery. Impermanence remarks on the current state of the world and how the artists wrestle with change and a lack of control. In Paradoxical, the artists share their connection to the earth and nature by exploiting what binds them. Both exhibitions will primarily feature undergraduate students using a multitude of mediums.

* Only Students, Faculty and Staff are permitted in the gallery during USF's Phase II.
Reservations are required, parties of 4 or fewer, please email Marie O'Neil. The Carolyn M. Wilson Gallery hours are M-Th 11am-3pm. Masks and social distancing are required on the USF campus.

Birth in Reverse
Oct 12 - 22

Birth in Reverse is an exhibition that focuses on the body and the built environment. Through various media, the exhibit displays the friction between strict geometries and squishy, moving forms. With increased surveillance continuing to puncture holes into supposedly clear barriers between private and public, and the recent collapse in belief by some in institutions writ-large, including universities and the media, we must decide which ideas to cultivate and which to dispose of. The work in the exhibit hopes to hash this out.

Essentially, Birth in Reverse is an exhibit about haunted houses: our bodies, our homes, our studios, our institutions, and more pointedly, our ideas about freedom, privacy, and cooperation.

* Only Students, Faculty and Staff are permitted in the gallery during USF's Phase II.
Reservations are required, parties of 4 or fewer, please email Marie O'Neil. The Carolyn M. Wilson Gallery hours are M-Th 11am-3pm. Masks and social distancing are required on the USF campus.

BFA Thesis Exhibition: OUT OF STOCK
Nov 9-19

The School of Art & Art History presents the Fall 2020 BFA Thesis Exhibition: OUT OF STOCK. The exhibition will feature artwork in various mediums created by the undergraduate class of fall 2020.

* Only Students, Faculty and Staff are permitted in the gallery during USF's Phase II.
Reservations are required, parties of 4 or fewer, please email Marie O'Neil. The Carolyn M. Wilson Gallery hours are M-Th 11am-3pm. Masks and social distancing are required on the USF campus.