The Kimura Gallery is an exhibition space, within the Fine Arts Building, that provides students, faculty and the community with the opportunity to view and experience artwork that explores national and international contemporary culture. The gallery programming is used to enhance the curriculum of studio art and art history classes and expand students thinking and approach to making art. The Kimura hosts five exhibitions a year of work by artist and performers such as Sandow Birk, Shirin Neshat, Ruth Beer and Dalton Ghetti. Bachelor of Fine Arts students also have the opportunity to present their thesis exhibitions in this space prior to their graduation.
The Gallery is open Monday - Friday, 10am - 5pm and during ticketed theatre, dance and music events. So, arrive early or stretch your legs during intermission.
New Exhibitions will arrive in the Fall semester.