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Art Department

Students within the Department of Art find an enriching and stimulating environment which is designed to encourage artistic and intellectual growth. Housed in the Gaddy-Hamrick Art Center, the Department of Art has a range of facilities including drawing, painting, sculpture, and printmaking studios, a ceramics area with an outdoor kiln, photographic darkroom, digital photo lab, graphic design labs, an art history classroom, and the Weems Art Gallery, which hosts monthly exhibits of regional and national artists.


Contact Information
Beth Mulvaney
Professor of Art, Art Historian, Department Head
107-2 Gaddy-Hamrick
mulvaneyb@meredith.edu
(919) 760-8497


Experiential Learning

At Meredith College, art and design students have numerous opportunities for learning and leadership outside of the classroom.

  • Annual Juried Student Art Show
  • Professional Internships
  • Study Abroad Opportunities
  • Moore-Greenberg Art Travel Scholarship
  • Ceramics Workshop Grants
  • MASS Grant
  • AIGA (professional association for graphic design)
  • Artists Alliance (for all students interested in art)
  • Kappa Pi (international honorary art fraternity)
  • NCAEA (North Carolina Art Educators’ Association)

Tour Gaddy-Hamrick Art Center

Weems Art Gallery: Seating Area Outside

Student Artwork Our student artists work with a wide range of subject matter and materials, from ceramics to fiber to print. Each artist favors her own media and is inspired by her own motivations and narratives. Student artwork is featured during special exhibitions in the Frankie G. Weems Art Gallery.


Visit the Weems Art Gallery