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R.W & Joyce Witt Gallery University Galleries

About R.W & Joyce Witt Gallery

About The Witt

The student-run R.W. & Joyce Witt Gallery Witt Gallery has hosted solo, group, and curated exhibitions by students and faculty since the “Art Building“ — now Kadema Hall — was built in 1962.

The gallery takes its name in memory of Professor Raymond Woodrow “Woody” Witt, an emeritus art faculty, and his wife Joyce, who endowed the annual Raymond and Joyce Witt Scholarship upon their deaths in the early 1970s.

R.W. Witt Gallery is located in Kadema Hall. The gallery is open Tuesday - Friday, Noon - 4PM.

Information for Exhibitors

Thank you to all the students who applied to exhibit at the Witt Gallery this year! Applications for 2023-24 will be posted this spring.

Witt Gallery proposals are accepted by the Gallery & Events Committee each spring for consideration for the following academic year. Refer to the Witt Gallery Exhibition Guide and to the Witt Gallery Application for details and deadlines. Witt Gallery exhibitors are responsible for funding, publicizing, installing and staffing the exhibitions.