The Department of Visual Arts supports two main gallery spaces and several impromptu exhibit spaces. The two main galleries, The B.F. Larsen Gallery and Gallery 303, are located on the third floor of the Harris Fine Arts Center.
Work is also shown on the fourth and fifth floors of the building. These galleries exist primarily for the benefit of the students currently enrolled in the Visual Arts Program. Students gain the experience of working in a gallery setting by displaying their own artwork in these spaces. When not occupied by student exhibitions, gallery spaces may also be used for annual department sponsored exhibitions, visiting artists, and faculty shows.
Proposals for exhibitions are submitted through this website (see Propose an Exhibition).
DVA Gallery staff also manages SMART SPACE, a professional gallery comprising several small-scale exhibition spaces around the Brigham Young University campus. Each SMART SPACE has a varying exterior with interior dimensions of approximately 18” x 22” x 30”. The orientation of the interior varies from space to space. For more information on how to exhibit your work in a SMART SPACE, click here.