Galleries & Institutes
Institutes and Centers
- Contemporary Arab and Muslim Cultural Studies Initiative (CAMCSI)
- Design Research Collaborative (DRC)
- Onstead Institute
- Print Research Institute of North Texas (P.R.I.N.T.)
- Texas Fashion Collection (TFC)
The University of North Texas Art in Public Places program (AiPP) was initiated by the UNT President’s office in 2009 and is administered by the Art in Public Places committee. The AiPP committee oversees both, the maintenance and care of the collection, but also advises Project Managers of the Percent for Art program, which was established in 2010.
To read more about the Percent for Art program and to create a profile on the UNT Artist Registry and be considered for upcoming projects, visit the Registration Page.
To view highlights of the AiPP collection and see the self-guided tour brochure, Art Path, visit the UNT Art Galleries website.
The University of North Texas College of Visual Arts and Design galleries support the educational mission of the university, enrich the aesthetic environment of the community and serve as a cultural resource for the public at large. Through their focus on curatorial projects involving vanguard contemporary art, the galleries challenge and promote the current discourse surrounding living artists and their works.
Visit the UNT Galleries website.
University of North Texas Art Gallery
The University of North Texas Art Gallery presents curatorial and installation projects that challenge and promote discourse surrounding living artists and their work.
The Lightwell Gallery is a student-run gallery that not only serves as a venue for weekly rotating exhibitions of student work throughout the academic year, but has also been known for hosting impromptu performances, critiques and discussions.
Cora Stafford Gallery
Cora Stafford Gallery is a bi-level exhibition space featuring CVAD MFA exhibitions and faculty-led class projects, such as the bi-annual Senior Drawing and Painting, Senior Watercolor and Senior Photography shows. In addition, this space provides a venue for experimental and collaborative student-organized exhibitions and visiting artist workshops, rotating weekly throughout the academic year.
Parking for UNT CVAD Art Galleries
Hourly parking is available at the parking garage (corner of Welch and Prairie streets) or metered parking at the southwest corner of Mulberry and Welch.
A visitor's permit, allowing parking directly behind the Art Building, and a campus map may be obtained at the Visitors Parking Information booth located in front of the Gateway Center, exit 35E at North Texas Blvd. (Ave. D) or by calling 940-565-3020.
Park free on campus on weekends, unless otherwise posted (for example, in dormitory lots).
For more information, please email us or call 940-565-4005.