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ArtWalk Guide: Fox Building

Formerly the Cannon Shoe Factory, the Fox Building is named for Charles James Fox ’1884, and is home to two large exhibition spaces, Decker Gallery and Meyerhoff Gallery, as well as exhibition spaces on the second and third floors.

During ArtWalk 2022, all levels of Fox Building will showcase work from students graduating in:

  • Animation
  • Ceramics
  • Drawing
  • Fiber
  • Film & Video
  • General Fine Arts
  • Graphic Design
  • Humanistic Studies + Printmaking
  • Interactive Arts
  • Illustration
  • Interdisciplinary Sculpture
  • Painting
  • Printmaking

For a list of student locations, visit our Fox Building Student Guide.

Commencement exhibition in the Fox 2 gallery.
As you enter the front doors to Fox Building, Meyerhoff Gallery is on your left. + Enlarge
Grad show installed in Decker gallery.
Decker Gallery is adjacent to Meyerhoff Gallery and close to the adjoining entrance to Brown Center. + Enlarge
Thesis work in the Decker/Meyerhoff Gallery. + Enlarge
Student in fine arts, design, and media arts programs are featured in the Decker/Meyerhoff Galleries during ArtWalk. + Enlarge
Commencement exhibition in the Fox 2 gallery.

Credit

Justin Tsucalas

Grad show installed in Decker gallery.

Credit

Joseph Hyde

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The Julian Allen Gallery on Fox Building's third floor is home to work in illustration. + Enlarge
Thesis work on display on the upper floors of Fox Building. + Enlarge
Classrooms upstairs in Fox Building turn into galleries during Artwalk. + Enlarge
Thesis work in ceramics on the upper floors of Fox Building. + Enlarge
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