- Selby Gallery
- Richard and Barbara Basch Gallery
- Goldstein Gallery
- Englewood Art Center Gallery
- Patricia Thompson Gallery
- Longboat Key Center for the Arts Gallery
- Willis Smith Galleries
- Christ-Janer Gallery
Distinguished as Sarasota's premier gallery for contemporary visual arts, Ringling College's Selby Gallery is a professional on-campus exhibition space that serves as both a center of learning and hub of extracurricular activity. The 3,000-square-foot Gallery presents major exhibitions by nationally and internationally celebrated artists, designers, illustrators and photographers from diverse cultural backgrounds as well as provide community programming in the
form of lectures, forums, panel discussions, and performing arts events.
In addition, the world-renowned Ringling College faculty, as well as the students they teach, present their creative skills in the yearly faculty show and Best of Ringling annual Ringling College juried student exhibition.
Other Campus Galleries and Community Art Classes and Workshops
Ulla Searing Center’s Exhibition Hall
displays student work, hosts receptions, events and conferences.
where the campus community can eat and converse displays the work of students.
Keating Center’s Patricia Thompson Gallery
hosts exhibitions of alumni work.
displays the recent work of Digital Filmmaking majors on enormous flat screens.
displays the work of faculty and alumni as well as works from its permanent collection.
can be found primarily in the heart of the campus north and south of 27th Street and 41.
is directed by senior Fine Arts majors and primarily displays the work of Fine Arts majors.
The Basch and Willis Smith Galleries display work by students, faculty, alumni and other contemporary artists.
Off Campus Exhibition Spaces
The Englewood Art Center (1 hour south of campus) and the Longboat Key Art Center (45 minutes NW of campus) are Divisions of Ringling College. They each have a schedule of exhibitions that focus on their communities as well as the work of Ringling College alumni, faculty and students.
For a current schedule of exhibitions in all of these venues go to: www.ringling.edu and search under galleries.
COMMUNITY ART CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS:
Ringling Schools Office of Continuing Studies and Special Programs offers a variety of art classes and workshops for the community. For more information call 941.955.8866 or email email@example.com.
2007 - 2008 Faculty Exhibitions Virtual Tours
**All exhibitions are free and open to the public.**