The Carroll Gallery located on the Tulane University campus is dedicated to exhibitions that will enhance the educational mission of the Studio and Art History programs. Exhibitions of faculty and student artwork as well as exhibitions that relate to the Newcomb Art Department’s fine arts curriculum become a center and a catalyst for student and faculty activities and interaction. Art Department faculty and students are encouraged to utilize the gallery by submitting proposals to curate exhibitions that also relate to and enhance the curriculum.
Each year, the Carroll Gallery presents exhibitions by the Master of Fine Arts students, the Bachelor of Fine Arts Students, and the Bachelor of Arts students. Every other year, an exhibition of the Art Studio Faculty is presented. Additionally, the Gallery organizes and presents one or two exhibitions each year that feature the work of other contemporary artists. The Carroll Gallery sponsors the annual Undergraduate Juried Exhibition, and co-hosts the Holiday Sale Fundraiser.
The Carroll Gallery is located on Tulane’s Uptown Campus, in the Woldenberg Art Center. The entrance to campus which is nearest to the Carroll Gallery is at the intersection of Willow Street and Audubon Boulevard. Audubon Blvd. becomes Newcomb Place on campus, and the Woldenberg Art Center is the third building on the right along Newcomb Place, as one approaches from Willow Street.
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The Carroll Gallery is open during the Fall and Spring semesters. Gallery hours are 9 am - 4 pm, Monday - Friday. The Carroll Gallery is closed on official Tulane holidays.