Through a generous endowment established by Lawrence J. Goldrich (UNC-CH ’57), the Art Department is able to showcase temporary installations of contemporary sculpture by department students and alumni on the University grounds. The endowment is managed by a departmental committee who choose undergraduate and graduate artwork through open competitions. Artists whose work is selected receive an honorarium to support design time and the cost of necessary materials.
Online giving to the Alumni Sculpture Garden is easy and secure. Simply follow the link to make your gift, and search for “Alumni Sculpture Garden Endowment Fund (100919)” in the form.
Alumni Sculpture Garden Artists:
A. Brett Reif
Beth Sales and Jonathan Jacquet
The John and June Allcott Gallery has a three-tiered mission: (1) to exhibit the work of professional artists, (2) to exhibit faculty work, and (3) to provide exhibition opportunities for students. A faculty committee plans and manages the gallery exhibitions with the help of Graduate Assistants. Assistants gain professional experience by participating in all facets of the gallery’s operations. The Gallery is named for former Art Department Chair, John Allcott, and his wife, artist June Allcott. It was created through a generous gift from the Allcott family. More information about current exhibitions can be found on our events page here.
PLEASE NOTE: We do not take unsolicited exhibitions for the John and June Allcott Gallery.
2019-2020 John and June Allcott Gallery Exhibition Schedule:
- Coming soon
Images from Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez’s September 2018 exhibition
Past exhibiting professional artists include:
Andrew Ellis Johnson
Gina Osterloh and Mores McWreath
Sreshta Rit Premnath
In addition to the June and John Allcott Gallery, the Department has created the John and June Allcott Undergraduate Gallery, which is dedicated to exhibitions planned and mounted by undergraduate studio art students, as well as hosting the Undergraduate Awards Exhibition each Spring.
What is the SAMple Gallery?
Regular Gallery Hours