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Art Exhibits Calendar

Art Exhibits Calendar

Exhibition dates and times are subject to change. Please contact 972-721-5319 to confirm.

All visitors to the University must first check-in at the Information Desk in J.M. Hagger, Sr. University Center/Visitor Center (building 4 on campus map). They will ask you for your name and contact information, your temperature will be taken, and you will be asked to sign a certification that you are not sick with COVID-19. All guests will be informed of the campus health and hygiene policies for their visit. 
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August - 2020

19 • Classes Begin

September - 2020

2-18 • Three-Headed-Sugar-Monster Exhibition | Art History Building, Thompson Loggia
28-30 • Synopsis Exhibition Painting/Printmaking Building, Upper Gallery
30 | 6:00-7:00 p.m. New Look: Art on Campus | Virtual Event 

October - 2020

2 Reading Day | No Classes
5-9 Midterm Exams
19-31 Nate Ditzler & Laura Konecne Ceramic Exhibition | Painting/Printmaking Building, Upper Gallery

November - 2020

19 Classes End
20 Review Day
20  Senior's Art History Presetation Virtual Event 
21-25 Final Exams

December - 2020

No Classes or Events


 

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