Join us for the opening reception of the Out of the Vault Exhibition on Thursday, August 26 from 5-7 p.m. The Out of the Vault Exhibition presents artworks revived from the UCF Art Gallery’s permanent collection featuring an array of artists, mediums, and styles. The exhibition is a rare opportunity to see artists such as Thomas Hart Benton, John Chamberlain, Dorothy Gillespie, Doris Leeper, and Robert Rauschenberg as well as 20th century African masks, sculptures and figurines which have been donated by several prominent arts advocates and collectors. Nearly ten years have passed since the collection has been exhibited in the UCF Art Gallery and we are excited to share this excellent collection of diverse art that has emerged from the vault for this special occasion.
Exhibition Dates: August 26 - September 30
Insider Tip: Planning to attend all of the opening receptions this season? Register once for our new UCF Art Gallery Season Pass and you’ll have access to attend each reception without having to register each time. Also, you’ll receive a limited-edition UCF Art Gallery memento! Register here.
The UCF Art Gallery at the University of Central Florida serves as a catalyst for visual art experiences and education, culture, and community engagement. Our mission is to encourage dialogue and engagement between students, faculty, members of the community, and artists by providing a framework for intellectual and creative inquiry. The gallery hosts exhibitions and programming that examine cultural and social contexts and support contemporary art practices. For more information about exhibitions and programming, visit https://gallery.cah.ucf.edu/
Monday–Friday, 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Virtual exhibitions are available at: https://gallery.cah.ucf.edu/
Closed on major holidays
Admission is FREE
Free parking is available in Garage F next to CFE Arena. $5 parking lot H-4 or Garage I requires purchasing a visitor permit from a kiosk. Please note that visitors should park in green student spaces ONLY, as the $5 daily permit does not cover red and blue spaces.