The WJB Gallery (1085 William Johnston Building) is an 1100-square-foot exhibition space shared and managed by four departments of the College of Fine Arts: Art, Art Education, Art History, and Interior Architecture & Design. The 24 x 46-foot glass-walled gallery stretches the length of the central five-story atrium in the Johnston Building, providing rich natural lighting and secure but vivid public exposure for exhibitions. College of Fine Arts faculty and students curate exhibitions in consultation with a gallery committee of representatives from each department and the Museum of Fine Arts.
Gallery 208 is a miniature gallery tucked inside of a 12” x 20” locker, in more or less words it is a locker gallery. The mission of Gallery 208 is to create an intimate gallery experience while providing a space in which student artists create site specific works. The gallery develops exhibitions that invite interaction and encourage dialogue amongst the FSU community. Work exhibited within the gallery is generated only by FSU students.
Working Method Contemporary is the dedicated gallery space for Masters of Fine Art Students at Florida State University. The program is composed of approximately thirty graduate students pursuing a terminal degree in Studio Art. The gallery provides students a space for exhibition, experimentation, and documentation of works created while attending Florida State.
For the doctoral degree program, the student may concentrate in arts administration. With the major professor, the doctoral student will plan a program of studies designed to use strengths, make up deficiencies, and provide knowledge required for the accomplishment of original research. A minimum of 30 semester hours of coursework beyond the master’s degree and exclusive of the hours earned in dissertation credit is required. (See section of Doctoral Degree Programs, in the University Bulletin for detailed information.)