School of Art

Art work by Natalie Petrosky, the stuck thorn will work its way out, acrylic and fabric on stretched satin.

he School of Art Collection and Galleries at Kent State University are pleased to announce a new exhibit, Sticks • Rocks • Leaves, by Natalie Petrosky. The show will be on display from June 7- July 27, 2024, in the KSU Downtown Gallery, located at 141 East Main Street in Kent, Ohio. 

College of the Arts Faculty Members

College of the Arts faculty members were recognized by Kent State University at the Honors Banquet held on April 24, 2024.

Art students recreate ancient artifact using modern technology

Students in Kent State's School of Art had the opportunity to use modern methods to recreate an ancient Chinese wine vessel. 

Teresa Morek sitting on a bench sculpture

Meet Teresa Morek!

“I chose Kent State because of the amazing art program, beautiful campus, safety and inclusivity,” said Teresa, “I knew from the day I toured campus that Kent was exactly what I wanted and that I didn't even need to look anywhere else.”

The Truth is Out There (No, Really...) art exhibition, KSU Downtown Gallery

An art exhibition in the Kent State University Downtown Gallery uses images of UFOs to evoke questions about reality in a world where truth is often reframed. 

Student-made blown glass items at the School of Art Holiday Sale

The School of Art Holiday Sale is Dec. 7 and 8 in the Center for the Visual Arts Gallery.

Kent Blossom Art Intensives 2023

The Kent Blossom Art Intensives welcome students and artists to campus to create art and learn from artists from around the world. 

Kent Blossom Art Intensive students working on projects

Claire Bowman, assistant of print media and facilities coordinator at the University of Dayton, attended Kent Blossom Art Intensives (KBAI) twice, focusing on print media.