The Ann Flack Boseman Gallery


About the Ann Flack Boseman Gallery

The Ann Flack Boseman Gallery in the Fisher University Union offers a unique collection that features a variety of media from photography to sculpture on display year-round. Exhibitions showcase work by UNCW students as well as local and regional artists.

The Boseman Gallery is located on the second floor of the Fisher University Union.

The Boseman Gallery schedules 6 exhibitions per year, in addition to exhibiting the University Union Permanent Collection at various places in the Campus Life facilities.

The Boseman Gallery heightens awareness of both current and ongoing issues and creative processes, which encourages open dialogue and personal introspection.

Students who are interested in working directly with the Boseman Gallery to gain experience in hands-on gallery management are encouraged to apply for an internship in Campus Life

About Ann Flack Boseman

Ann Flack Boseman with 2014 Best in Show winner Janet Richardson

This beautiful gallery space is named in honor of one of UNCW's most beloved friends, Ann Flack Boseman (pictured left with 2014 Best In Show Winner Janet Richardson), by her friends Mark Griffis and Dave Robertson. Ann Flack Boseman was born in Forest City, NC, eventually graduating from UNCG in 1951 with a degree in Elementary Education. She has three children, two of whom graduated from UNCW. Ms. Boseman went on to receive the Alumni Distinguished Service Award from UNCG in 1991, was a docent of St. John's Museum, was a Member of Outreach of NC Museum, was a recipient of the Service to Mankind Award and the Wilmington Human Relations Citizen of the Year, the 1989 County Citizen of the Year, received the NC Human Relations Citizen Award for the struggle for Human Rights and Social Justice for all citizens, instigated the Presbyterian Family Life Center of Wilmington, and is the Vice President and Secretary of Boseman's Sporting Goods in Wilmington.

Boseman Gallery

The Boseman Gallery located on the second floor of the Fisher University Union is just under 500 square feet, with over 1,000 square feet of wall space. Space can easily be customized with a movable wall system. The gallery also has a large stock of pedestals in various shapes and sizes. Features include adjustable gallery track lighting, security system, reinforced gallery-quality walls for mounting, maple wood floors, and a dedicated sound system. The gallery is approximately 30 feet by 16 feet, with a nine-foot ceiling clearance.

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