Our Roush Gallery and Galleria showcase an altogether amazing array of exhibitions and other special arts events throughout the year. Check out what’s on display now and what’s coming up!

It’s a Long Story: Works by Selected UWG Students
August 11 – September 15

Focusing on the ideas of time passing and life stories, this captivating exhibition brings together the talents of four emerging artists from the University of West Georgia. The works of Darrin Johnson, Eve Olsen, Hannah Swofford and Luciana Vinci were selected from the Art Takeover UWG Juried Student Exhibition.

An eye for visual balance and presentation, understanding the complex interaction of light, movement and character and a technical skill for precision and function are the requirements for every costume designer. This exhibit explores the art and skill of creating personalities through fabric and guises. Sponsored by Dr. Ralph and Susan Fleck.

Join us at our costume art booth during the arts festival to make some fun costume pieces of your own! Stop by during one of our scheduled tours to get a fun inside look at our costume design exhibit and learn more about this dramatic and visual art form.
Free, no registration required
Instructor: Alan Kuykendall

Showcasing the funny, exciting and thought-provoking works of Carrollton and Carroll County elementary through high school students.

This competition and exhibition will feature artwork that can be adapted for a card design. All works will be displayed at the Center for the Arts and one will be selected by a guest judge to become the 2022 CCA Season’s Greeting card. The competition and exhibition are open to the public and there is no fee to participate. Contact the center for more information. Sponsored by Go Print Plus.

With lightness of spirit, mixed media artist and painter Lu Steed explores expressions and conveys beauty, energy and meaning through her art. Sponsored by Moe’s Southwest Grill/Mr. Zach and Dr. Kelly Steed.

Showcasing the powerful and beautiful small works of art and texts from local artists’ and writers’ guild members. Shoppers will find great gifts for friends and loved ones. Purchased works may be taken home immediately. New works will replace sold works so the exhibition will always feature fresh pieces.

Check out the artwork in the exhibition by Lu Steed and get inspired to create a fun collage. Then add paint and markers for additional color, patterns and images to make the piece your own.
Free, all materials provided, registration required.

Travel from art station to art station learning different ways to create and decorate cards using a variety of materials. Pair this activity with a performance of The Nutcracker occurring the same day.
Ages: All Ages (Young children will need to work with their guardians)
Free, all materials provided

Jess Hill and Jasmine Nicole Williams explore the nuanced and sacred spaces of a Black woman’s life through figurative and abstract work. Sponsored by Walt and Charlene D’Ambrosio.

This exhibit will explore a selection of intriguing, locally-owned pieces from area art collections. Guest curator, Bruce Bobick, in partnership with the University of West Georgia, will showcase some of the finest works of art in Carrollton. Sponsored by Mr. Randy and Penny Ayers.

Featuring a diverse mix of artworks by West Georgia artists, this exhibition and silent auction allows visitors to step into the shoes of a collector. Money raised will be shared between the artwork’s creator and a UWG scholarship fund.

This traveling exhibition explores the complete history of one of Leonardo da Vinci’s most important works of art, breaking down each section of the painting and examining every detail. Curated in Europe, the exhibit also looks at the painting’s impact and legacy. Guests end their journey through the show standing in front of a life size reproduction of The Last Supper where they can truly take in the grandeur of the work. Sponsored by Milestone Investments.
Depot on Bradley

Artwork inspired by the stories, culture and settings of the Carrollton/Carroll County area. Visitors to the exhibition will see their locality with a creative, fresh perspective. Sponsored by Alex Roush with Roush Architects.