Exhibition Schedule

Fall 2023

Enmeshed Worlds                                                                                                
the unavoidable entanglement of technology and our social order                                                              
August 30 – September 22 | First Friday Art Walk: September 1, 6-9 pm

Featuring work from Britt Ransom, Alejandro T Acierto, Jon Chambers, and Tiffany Funk, Enmeshed Worlds is a critical examination of how technology affects our social structures and relationships.    

Diversity: differences that brighten the world                                                                                     
October 6 – November 10 | First Friday Art Walk: October 6, 6-9 pm & November 3, 6-9 pm

Juried by an international panel, this collection of selected posters is centered around the main topic of What does Diversity mean to you? The showcase focuses on our ability to embrace different cultures, unusual belief systems and opposing points of view on a variety of subjects, thus making us more tolerant of those different from us.

BFA in Design: The Professional Design Practicum
December 1 – 15 | First Friday Art Walk: December 1, 6-9 pm

Every semester, the Carolla Arts Exhibition Center is pleased to host an exhibition of work by graduating students from the Department of Art and Design. The fall exhibition showcases the talent and skill of students who have spent years developing a design practice that will carry them into their professional careers.

Spring 2024

Aaron McIntosh
January 25 – March 1 | First Friday Art Walk: February 2 and March 1, 6 - 9 PM

2024 Annual Juried Student Exhibition
March 25 – April 12 | First Friday Art Walk: April 5, 6 - 9 PM

BFA in Design: The Professional Design Practicum
April 29 – May 10 | First Friday Art Walk: May 3, 6 - 9 PM


Carolla Arts Exhibition Center receptions

Opening receptions at the Carolla Arts Exhibition Center are scheduled in conjunction with the Downtown Gallery Association's First Friday Art Walk.

Admission is free and open to all.