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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.

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:

  1. 3-5 images representative of the work they would like to present
  2. an artist statement
  3. 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.

Inquiries and proposals should be sent to Feather Chiaverini () and Jonathan Rajewski ().

Past Exhibitions

BIG BOY
March 29 – April 19

BIG BOY, a two-person exhibition by Robert Veresan and Justin Miller, exploring midwest visual vernacular, children's cartoons and art history through sculpture and painting.

Finding Out About Feelings
February 8 – March 8, 2019

Finding Out About Feelings was an exhibition that examines the artists' past through re-appropriated readymades. Through self-reflection and sculptural compositions, Allie Runyan, Jacob Wonch, and Anthony Brazeau excavate their personal histories in relation to the everyday object to understand the how the environment they inhabit shapes them into the people they become.

Cash & Carry
November 30 - December 15, 2018

Cash & Carry was a two week art market and exhibition at the U245 Student Gallery, allowing students an opportunity to sell artwork and receive 100% of the sales. 

Lay, Lie
October 5 - November 3, 2018

Lay, Lie challenged the perspective of utilitarian and decorative objects, elevating them to an idea of body. With the blending of object and body, we create an ethos of how we decorate personal spaces. Lay, Lie featured works by CCS Crafts majors working in glass and furniture design.

Contact

Gallery Managers:

Feather Chiaverini

Jonathan Rajewski

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.