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Gainesville Campus Exhibitions

Roy C. Moore Art Gallery

The Roy C. Moore Art Gallery is located on the Gainesville Campus in the Continuing Education/Performing Arts Building. There are approximately six exhibitions annually including the senior capstone exhibitions. The gallery also hosts a Holiday Art Sale and a Spring Art Sale during the last week of classes and exams week each semester. This sale features original artwork by the talented students of the Department of Visual Arts.

Upcoming and Current Exhibitions

Wesley Harvey - Stupid Love

February 18 - March 12
Artist talk via Zoom on February 22, 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Contact for more information on the Zoom talk.

image from the Wes Harvey art exhibit

Stupid Love continues Harvey’s exploration into the idea of the perfect relationship and his own constant want and need for the fantasy to come to life. Looking under the umbrella of Queer Theory, he examines the idea of the monogamous relationship in terms of gay male sexuality and whether it can or will exist for him. He focuses not only the normative behavior but also the deviant lifestyle that often gets neglected, chastised and frowned upon. Drawing on information found in personal ads posted on dating websites, mobile dating/sex applications, and chat rooms. He has found both the normative and the deviant behaviors that has inspired his ceramics works.

Scholarship Awards

On view March 16 - March 26
The annual Scholarship Awards Exhibition displays the work of those students who have been given scholarships for their academic excellence in art.

Spring Student Art Sale

April 12 - April 23
Recent graduates and current students will be showing and selling their work to the public during our Spring Student Art Sale. 100% of the proceeds go directly to the students.

Previous Exhibitions

Paintings and Prints by Angie Jerez

Exhibition opening: October 12

sculpture by Angie Jerez

Angie Jerez moved to Atlanta from Bogotá, Columbia 8 years ago with a degree in graphic design. She has established herself as an illustrator and painter, creating detailed drawings, paintings and murals. She says, “I create drawings with detailed linework. My inspiration comes from random silly ideas, or from nostalgic memories. Sometimes, I find charm in objects and things that are usually ignored.”

Senior Capstone Exhibition Fall 2020

Exhibition opening: November 9-27
The Department of Visual Arts at the University of North Georgia is proud to present Stay Home, an exhibition showcasing seniors graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Studio Arts and Graphic Design. Seniors exhibiting include, Meagan Lafferty, Cassady Fulbright, Erica Carrillo, Magnum Brock, Natalie Davenport, Bobbi Johnson, Emily Jones, and Kaela Wagler. In preparation for their show the artists were supervised by the Professor of Visual Arts, Jennifer Graff.

Stay Home, will feature two group shows. The first group will be on view from November 9 through November 16. The second group will be on view from November 17 through the November 24. Both groups will be showing in the Roy C. Moore Gallery located in the Continuing Education/performing Arts building on the Gainesville campus. Due to Covid-19 there will not be a closing reception. Stay Home is a free exhibit and is open to the public. For more information, please contact the gallery at (678)717-3438 or by email

fall 2020 senior exhibition announcement

Roy C. Moore Art Exhibit Hours

  • Monday - Thursday
    • 12:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
  • Friday 
    • 12:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

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