Todd Art Gallery

Welcome to the Todd Art Gallery! Below you will find information about our current exhibition on display. You can also find the Gallery Schedule for a complete list of all exhibitions during the year! For more information or if you have any further questions, please feel free to call us at (615) 898-5532 or (615) 898-2455 or via email at eric.snyder@mtsu.edu.


Todd Art Gallery

Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. and Saturday, 11 a.m.–4 p.m. 
Todd Hall, Room 224A
 

Covid-19 and Art and Design Activities and Events

Art and Design Activities and Events including Todd Art Gallery, 210 Gallery, and Glass Gallery are open for your viewing and participation per in-place campus requirements for social distancing and face masks.

 Saturdays at Todd are virtual for the spring 2021 semester.

Watch for a variety of opportunities. Materials for each workshop will be available to you in Todd Hall, Room 212 or by curbside with appointment made through 615-898-5532.
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What about other events on campus?

All on-campus events postponed until further notice (including official university events, student events, non-University or external events, co-sponsored events and university-sponsored events). Art Exhibits are available for viewing with applicable Covid-19 precautions in place.
For additional information:  MTSU Coronavirus Updates
 Gallery Hours – Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m., Saturday, 11:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

 Spring 2021 Gallery Schedule

Todd Art Gallery closed for installation of exhibits during non-listed dates:

Todd Art Gallery

Typographic Visions

January 25–February 16

Description

Typographic Visions Artworks

Images: Down the Rabbit Hole (Detail), Virgina Green, Letterpress 
Limelicious (detail), Mervi Pakaste, Letterpress 
 Meet Typographic Visions Artists Virginia Green  and Mervi Pakaste
Review the work of Typographic Vision(s)!

Be the Missing Piece

February 20–March 13

Be the Missing Piece Article

Cognitive Flexibility Puzzle Piece
MTSU senior art education majors Kaitlyn Estes, left, and Adriana Castro, carefully move a wooden puzzle piece for “cognitive flexibility." (MTSU News photo by Andy Heidt)

 Themes for the American Kestrel

March 22–April 7

Notes

Themes for the American Kestrel Cover Art
Meet American Kestrel Artist – Ry McCullough 

Graphic Design BFA Candidates Exhibit

April 17–May 1

 Studio Art BFA Candidates Exhibit (Glass Gallery, Todd 224A)

April 17–28

Fall 2020 Todd Art Gallery Exhibits  

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Biennial 2020: A Faculty Exhibition of Art and Design 
Collective Memories: Creative Expressions Through Contemporary Art 
Words To Live By
Words To Live By Interview with Art and Design Student Jason Watkins

Jason Watkins with original Malcolm X painting

Jason Watkins displays his original painting | Malcolm | Acrylic on Canvas


 

 

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