Community Outreach & Engagement
U245 Student Gallery: CCS's venue for student-generated exhibitions
The U245 Student Gallery offers matriculated students from all academic departments; a fully equipped venue in which to exhibit their work, either as part of a department-organized show or a curated student exhibition. In September 2018, the U245 will move into its new permanent space, prominently located on the ground floor of the Art Centre Building on the College’s Ford Campus.
Closing April 19, 4-7pm
March 29 – April 19
Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays 12 noon to 5pm.
BIG BOY, a two-person exhibition by Robert Veresan and Justin Miller, explores midwest visual vernacular, children's cartoons and art history through sculpture and painting.
Call for Proposals
CCS degree-seeking students are invited to submit proposals for exhibitions in the U245 Student Gallery as well as site-specific projects throughout campus. Proposals should include:
- 3-5 images representative of the work they would like to present
- an artist statement
- the proposed location on campus for the work
This call is open to all majors, all departments and all media. Projects may consist of installation, painting, photography, performance, dance, audio/video installations, site-specific works, poetry readings and beyond. Group and solo exhibitions will be considered. Submissions are accepted on an ongoing basis throughout the year.
Location & Hours
U245 Student Gallery
Art Centre Building
(enter through yellow canopy off the circle drive)
201 E. Kirby St.
Detroit, MI 48202
Hours: Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays 12 noon to 5pm.