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Exhibitions

Please note: Due to COVID-19, in-person Museum visits will be limited to WCU students, faculty, and staff by reservation only. Reservation details will be available shortly.

Virtual Experiences will be made available throughout the fall semester, including exhibition tours, gallery videos, artist talks, and more. More information coming soon! 

Current Exhibitions


Jane Culp, Narrow Earth Trail, watercolor and pencil on paper, 1993, 22 x 30 inches, Gift of the Artist

Learn more about our current exhibitions and discover a variety of virtual opportunities. 
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Above: Jane Culp, Narrow Earth Trail, watercolor and pencil on paper, 1993, 22 x 30 inches, Gift of the Artist. 

Past Exhibitions


Above: Alex S. MacLean, Rolling Up Rows of Mulch Fabric, Erastus, North Carolina, 2019, chromogenic dye print

Explore the past 15 years of exhibitions presented by the WCU Fine Art Museum at Bardo Arts Center. 
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Above: Alex S. MacLean, Rolling Up Rows of Mulch Fabric, Erastus, North Carolina, 2019, chromogenic dye print. Museum commision. 

Schedule of Events


Taller Leñateros, Altar Maya Portátil con tres Hechizos de Bolsillo en tsotsil y español (Portable Maya Altar with three pocket hex books in Tzotzil and English), Museum purchase

View our full schedule of events, including upcoming exhibitions, virtual artist talks, and more. 
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Above: Taller Leñateros, Altar Maya Portátil con tres Hechizos de Bolsillo en tsotsil y español. Museum purchase.

Public Art


Kathy Triplett, American  The Tools We Use, 1996  Ceramic tiles, 48 x 160 inches  Location: Belk Building Atrium

Take a walk through campus and explore our series of outdoor sculptures and indoor public gallery sites. 
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Above: Kathy Triplett, The Tools We Use, 1996, Ceramic tiles, 48 x 160 inches. Location: Belk Building Atrium.

Group Tours


Group Tours

The WCU Fine Art Museum is offering a variety of virtual group tour options for the Fall 2020 exhibition season.  
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Above: Group Tour of the Outspoke: Paintings by American Meredith with New Kituwah Academy.

Contact Us


WCU Fine Art Museum Entrance at Bardo Arts Center

Need to contact the Museum directly? Please reach out to us at museum@wcu.edu or call us at 828.227.3591.


Above: The WCU Fine Art Museum at Bardo Arts Center

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