Bardo Arts Center turns 15 this year! Celebrate by exploring our blog to discover upcoming events and experiences from the WCU Fine Art Museum and the Bardo Arts Center (BAC) Performance Hall. Learn about exhibitions, film screenings, and other opportunities. Please note: Bardo Arts Center is now open to the general public. Find visiting guidelines at arts.wcu.edu/reopening.
Inspired by the campus theme, this exhibition features images of riverscapes, ocean expanses, and underwater immersion as a means for contemplating the arresting visual qualities and political dimensions of water.
Every two years, the WCU Fine Art Museum offers full-time and adjunct faculty in the School of Art and Design the opportunity to share their artwork with the University community through the Faculty Biennial exhibition. For this year’s Biennial, each faculty member contributed work that connects with the University’s 2020-2021 campus theme of Water.
The Museum's exhibition, Resounding Change: Sonic Art and the Environment, received the Gold Award from the Southeastern Museums Conference "Excellence in Exhibitions" competition in the under $25,000 budget category! The Gold award is the highest honor an exhibition can receive in each category.