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Carney Gallery

carney hall, room 203

Carney Gallery

The Carney Gallery aims to promote student expression and exposure of the visual arts across campus. The Gallery builds off of the Jesuit value of exploring one’s feelings, desires, fears, and responses to the everyday world around us. In this way, the exhibition space encourages artists to be observant, curious, and reflective by providing a public environment for them to convey their inward-looking thoughts. All BC students, clubs, faculty, and staff are welcome to share their artistic work with the community.

Please fill out this form to request the use of the Gallery: Carney Gallery Exhibition Request

Floor Plan (PDF) (coming soon!)

More information:

  • Exhibitions should be two weeks to one month long.

  • Exhibitions cannot be cancelled within two weeks of the Opening Date.

  • Art can be from a single artist or group of collaborators and of any medium.

  • Artists are responsible for installing and removing their own pieces.

  • Artists are responsible for hosting an opening reception (optional).

  • Maximum of one exhibition per individual/club per academic year.

For more information or questions, contact:

Kelly O'Donovan '19
Carney Gallery
Programming Coordinator


Tatiana Flis
Program Administrator
Boston College Arts Council


Past Exhibitions:

Silver & Ink:
An Exhibition of Boston College Photography Students


Call 617-552-4935 for hours.

poster with various photos and artists names reading "SILVER & INK an exhibition of boston college photography students carney 203 december 13 - january 15 professor muldowney"

Erica Mazzarelli '19

Tuesday, November 1 - Wednesday, November 30

Late Capital

Saturday, October 1 - Tuesday, November 1

Professor Ben Sloat addresses larger social and cultural conditions in this text based multi-media exhibition, Late Capital. Using a variety of found and made materials, such as canvas painting, neon, wood, and metal, Sloat generates text pieces that function simultaneously as advocacy, imagery, and poetry. 

late capital