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The CAS Gallery was opened in 2002 in the Wesley Foundation Building. With 2200-square-feet of floor space, 164 feet of running wall, and 16-foot ceilings, the gallery has ample room to host a variety of events and exhibitions.
The venue is named CAS Gallery, because it is also used as a conference center for the College of Arts and Sciences. The CAS Gallery is located on the Coral Gables campus at 1210 Stanford Drive in the Wesley Foundation building.
All events at the CAS Gallery must be sponsored by a department within the College of Arts and Sciences. To reserve a date at the CAS Gallery please contact Milly Cardoso at email@example.com or click here to reserve online.
For visiting hours, please contact the Department of Art and Art History at 305-284-2542. Typically, during the academic year, when student employees are on campus (not during holidays), the CAS Gallery is open Tuesday through Friday from 12-4 p.m (closed Saturday).
For your convenience, please call the Art Department to confirm that the gallery is open for viewing and not reserved for an event, prior to visiting.
Some of the Department of Art & Art History Exhibitions are held at the Lowe Art Museum, located on the Coral Gables campus at 1301 Stanford Drive.
Rhe Department of Art and Art History, in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Miami (UM), is pleased to announce the relocation of its current presence in the historic Wynwood District. After moving into the Wynwood Building at 2750 NW 3rd Avenue, Suite 4, the name of the space will change from the Wynwood Project Space to the University of Miami Gallery.
UM originally moved into the Wynwood Project Space on NW 2nd Avenue in 2007 - five years after Art Basel Miami began the mass revival of art in South Florida, and launched the first annual Cane Art Fair at that location. Altogether, four Cane Art Fairs were held in the Wynwood Project Space, coinciding with Art Basel each year. That tradition will continue in the new gallery. .
The Exhibitions Committee reviews proposals for exhibitions in May of each year. To submit a proposal, contact the Department of Art and Art History by telephone at 305-284-2542 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org to ask for submission requirements.
We look forward to your visit!
Please see the exhibitions and news pages for more detailed information about scheduled exhibitions and events. Additional information is also available on the following pages: