The Art Gallery (TAG) at the UWF features annual series of revolving exhibitions, highlighting regional, national, and international work, as well as student work. Exhibitions promote contemporary critical thinking and cultural inspiration for students and the greater Gulf Coast community.
The Art Gallery (TAG) at the University of West Florida seeks to challenge, stimulate, and engage students and the greater public through direct interaction with works of contemporary art. The Art Gallery’s annual series of revolving exhibitions highlights innovative regional, national, and international artists and student artwork. These exhibitions seek to promote contemporary critical thinking and cultural inspiration for the benefit of UWF students and the greater Gulf Coast community.
Every year, the Art Gallery (TAG) features several group and individual exhibitions including an Annual Student Art Show, an Annual Art Faculty Exhibition, and several graduating BFA Exit Shows. The Gallery functions as a not-for-profit pedagogical space, whose main focus is to create a forum for critical thinking, dialog, and innovative artworks.
The Art Gallery is ideally located across from Main Stage Theatre and Music Hall in the Center of Fine and Performing Arts. Its high ceilings and 1,800 square feet offer a creative setting and flow of traffic for artists to display work. The Gallery accepts proposals from emerging and established contemporary artists year around.
2017- 2018 Exhibitions
- August Artist in Residence
- Sept. Irish Experience Exhibition
- Nov. Synthesis Exhibition
- Jan. Points of Departure
- March TAGGED
- April Synthesis Exhibition
- Learn more information about each exhibiiton.
Tues - Fri: 10AM-4PM
Nature’s resiliency inspires Hannah “Wolfy” Howell’s art.
Howell is one of five graduating bachelor of fine art students whose work was showcased in “SynThesis.” Read more from the Center of Research and Economic Opportunity.
UWF Center for Fine and Performing Arts
The Art Gallery at UWF is located in the UWF Center for Fine and Performing Arts. Visit online to learn more about upcoming exhibitions, performances and guest artists.
Exhibition Photo Archives
View photos from recent and past student, faculty and guest artist exhibitions.