Current Exhibitions & Events

7th Biennial Alumni Art Exhibition

August 26 – September 23
Reception: September 10, 6-8pm
VAB Gallery, Visual Arts Building

The UWG Art Program is pleased to announce the 7th Biennial Alumni Art Exhibition featuring outstanding artwork by 48 alumni. This year’s Juror, artist, curator and gallery owner Elyse Defoor selected the work on view. The exhibition is a “small works” show highlighting art under 12” and showcases oil, acrylic and watercolor paintings, ceramics printmaking, sculpture, photography, drawing, mixed media and design from alumni who graduated from West Georgia in the 1970’s up to the present.  A reception will be held on Sept 10 from 6-8pm and awards will be presented.

How To Make A Living As An Artist: Alumni Talks

September 15th and 16th, 5:30-7pm
Anthropology Building (Back Campus Dr) #7


Closing Reception: September 9, 5-7 pm
Carrollton Center for the Arts

A group exhibition featuring artists from the Art Takeover UWG Student Juried Exhibition. Student artists Kara Hayden, Piper Heaton, Natalie Moreno, Nancy Vu and Brandon Young will each show a small body of work ranging from sculpture and video to printmaking, painting and digital art.

Home: An invitational group exhibition

September 2-30, 2021
Reception: Sept. 17, 5-9pm
The Vault Gallery at the Wadsworth, Newnan, GA

To inaugurate the Vault Gallery, this group exhibition invites artists to share their responses and reflections on the universal, familiar, and timely theme of Home.

About the Art Exhibition Program

The mission of the art exhibition program is to act as a conduit for educational excellence and community engagement. We are dedicated to the promotion and understanding of art by providing a forum to promote intellectual inquiry that generates curiosity by provoking public debate on the cultural and social issues of our times.


The Bobick Gallery located on the first floor of the Humanities Building is the primary space for professional art exhibitions featuring regional, national and international artists, often with accompanying lectures and gallery talks.

Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-4pm. Closed weekends and University holidays. Visitor parking is available in the lot between Humanities and TLC on West Georgia Drive. Art Galleries and events are free and open to the public.

Gallery 2 and the Atrium Gallery (Humanities) along with the VAB Gallery (Visual Arts Building) serve primarily as gallery spaces for students and classes and are dedicated to the experimentation and development of student artists as they successfully progress toward their professional careers.

Located throughout the campus grounds, the Sculpture on Campus Program includes rotating exhibitions of sculpture from some of the most exciting artists working today.

The Visiting Artist and Scholar Lecture Series brings creative and talented individuals to campus for one to three days to interact with students and faculty, creating opportunities for demonstrations and discourse.

The Vault Gallery is a collaboration between UWG's School of the Arts, the Newnan Artist-in-Residence Program, and the City of Newnan itself, and will be open to the public on a limited basis throughout the year and feature diverse art exhibitions of community interest. Located in the Wadsworth Building at 25 Jefferson Street, the gallery is in proximity to UWG’s Newnan campus.