As a student of the Department of Art, you have access to state-of-the-art facilities managed by experienced technicians and staff. We are equipped to help you create and bring your projects to life. 

For more information regarding our facilities, available equipment, and usage guidelines, please use the buttons below to navigate to the specific area that you are interested in.  

Exhibition Spaces

When you are finished creating your works, we have a variety of exhibition spaces and project spaces ready for use. Many of these spaces are reservable by any student of the Department of Art. 

You will find a full list of our exhibition spaces below. For more information about each of these spaces, you can click on the name of the space to open the drop-down menu. 

As the front entrance and main gathering space of the building, the Hopkins Hall Lobby space provides an open space for both gathering and showing work. In addition to the floor space, chairs, and tables, the lobby also has modular walls for displaying work.

The Hopkins Hall Lobby can be reserved through Skedda at art.skedda.com. More information on using and navigating Skedda by visiting our reservations instructions page.

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The 146 Project Space offers a lockable room fit for gatherings, critiques, and project work. There are modular walls that may be usable in the space, and we have a number of white pedestals in various sizes available for use. 

The 146 Project Space can be reserved through Skedda at art.skedda.com. More information on using and navigating Skedda by visiting our reservations instructions page.

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Jan Dilenschneider Gallery (443 Hopkins Hall) shows student work in painting and drawing.

Jan Dilenschneider Gallery

The Clean Space at the Sherman Art Center offers exhibit space for students who study sculpture and glass.

Clean Space gallery

Hopkins Hall Gallery functions as a dynamic learning space for faculty, students, and visiting artists where best practices for exhibition and curatorial development, experimentation, and innovation take place.

Hopkins Hall reaches beyond the College of Arts and Sciences, encouraging departmental and university-wide collaborations in support of the One University mission. Creating a culture of engagement among students and faculty, Hopkins Hall Gallery presents diverse exhibitions that help to define the campus community.

Hopkins Hall Gallery


Urban Arts Space encourages transformative experiences that expand worldviews, offer hands-on practical experiences in the arts and education, and help artists develop new career skills to reflect an entrepreneurial culture.

Located in the heart of downtown Columbus, Urban Arts Space joins the university with the state of Ohio and the world, functioning as an arts laboratory for Ohio State's faculty and community artists and serving as a professional launching pad for Ohio State students. 

Urban Arts Space developed a robust online exhibition space in early 2020 in reaction to the pandemic.

Urban Arts Space


Urban Arts Space's Hybrid Arts Lab is a multi-venue learning lab that experiments with how art is imagined, made, viewed and understood. Hybrid Arts Lab encourages collaboration, experimental approaches to artmaking and an inclination toward asking big questions that ignite thoughtful conversations.

Hybrid Arts Lab showcases collaborative and experimental exhibitions, performances and discussions by art makers and researchers in the College of Arts and Sciences. Art makers and researchers are invited to explore new ways of integrating and circulating their creative activity, teaching and research within the associated venues:

Hopkins Hall Gallery
Urban Arts Space
UAS Online