Cultural Arts Building Gallery

**ATTENTION: Cab Art Gallery will be reopening August 26, 2021**

Upcoming Exhibitions





 Donald Furst: Ways

August 26 - September 24
Opening Reception: Thursday August 26, 5:30-7pm

A member of the faculty since 1985, Furst is Professor of Art and former chair (2002-2009) of the UNCW Department of Art and Art History. He has received the following recognitions for teaching: University of North Carolina Board of Governors Award for Excellence in Teaching, 1999; University Distinguished Professorship, UNCW, 1996-98; Board of Trustees Teaching Excellence Award, UNCW, 1996; College of Arts and Sciences Excellence in Teaching, UNCW, 1992. 

Furst currently operates Ars Longa Press, a fine print atelier specializing in mezzotint and other forms of intaglio printmaking. He has shown widely in national and international exhibitions, including the International Print Triennial, Krakow, Poland; Norwegian International Print Triennial; Sapporo International Print Biennial in Japan, the Macedonia International Print Triennial, and the British International Miniature Print Exhibition. 

In this exhibition Furst will exhibit new works on paper, featuring soft pastel and monotype.


Protest Signs

September 30- November 4
Application Deadline: August 6
Opening Reception: Thursday September 30, 5:30-7pm
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Anger and grief have gripped our city, our state, and our country. Voices have risen, our community has protested, and demonstrators have created passionate, poignant messages that are projected through their signs. Handmade, printed, painted, drawn with a marker, put on a board…these signs tell a powerful story. It is the time for these stories to be heard.

This show will be juried by Dr. Travis Williams. Travis Williams, Ph.D., is full-time teaching faculty in the Department of Sociology at Virginia Commonwealth University. He received his doctorate in Sociology from the University of California, Santa Cruz in 2012. He served as a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Science & Technology in Society at Virginia Tech from 2012 to 2014. His research areas include Environmental Racism, Racial Capitalism, Risk Society, Social Movements, and Non-profit Industrial Complex.

Senior Exhibit

November 11 - December 11

Opening Reception: Thursday November 11, 5:30-7pm

The Senior Exhibition is the culmination of study in studio art at the University of North Carolina Wilmington and is the capstone event for studio art majors.