Tuska Center for Contemporary Art
The Tuska Center for Contemporary Art is a public exhibition venue dedicated to the exhibition of contemporary art of regional and national importance. The schedule includes exhibitions of regional artists, School of Art and Visual Studies faculty, and graduating MFA students. The gallery was dedicated to the late John Tuska, UK faculty emeritus, in 1996. The gallery is housed in the Fine Arts Building, at the Rose Street entrance.
Gallery is closed during the summer. Hours vary per semester.
The Raymond Barnhart Gallery is the primary student gallery, in room 206 of the Reynolds Building 1, located at the end of Scott Street on South Broadway. The gallery typically houses exhibits of BA, BFA, and MFA students of the School of Art and Visual Studies.