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WMC Gallery

Since 2022, the WMC awards the Women's Center Exhibition Awards to student artists in the College of Fine Arts' BFA Juried Art Exhibition whose artwork reflects the WMC's mission. Each semester, the winner's artwork will be on display in our new gallery space at the Center (RUC 339) and will be featured here on our website. 
Stop by anytime during our office hours to admire our currently featured artist's work.

This is a group picture of the Women's Center Exhibition Award winners.


Gallery Opening

This fall we celebrated the official opening of our new gallery space in the WMC and our first winner, Anna Grayson. Check out some of the pictures from our gallery opening event below.

This is a picture of Anna Grayson standing in front of her artwork at the Women's Center's new gallery space.
This is a picture of some attendees of the gallery opening event socializing in the Women's Center.
This is a picture of some of the attendees of the gallery opening event socializing.

Read this awesome article about the gallery opening, our mission, and Anna Grayson's art below.Gallery Opening

Fall 2022 Winner: Anna Grayson



The Winning Piece

Anna Grayson is the first winner of the Women's Center Exhibition Awards with their metal artwork "See no, Hear no, Speak no" that will be one of the pieces featured in the WMC's gallery space during the fall semester. This metals piece uses layered materials to create a sensation of depth, as the shadowed figures struggle to emerge distinctly from the chaotic background, crowded with injunctions to see no, hear no, speak no. They incline toward the central figure, joining in a trio that almost seems to look back at the viewer through the haze surrounding their senses.


Anna Grayson

Anna Grayson is a metals artist from Gallatin, TN. They are set to graduate from the School of Art, Craft, and Design in December of 2022. Anna has spent their time studying at the Appalachian Center for Craft and creating work in a multitude of mediums. You can find Anna and their work on social media at on Instagram and Facebook, or on their website.


Woman and dog

Check out some other works created by Anna:

This is a picture of one of Anna's pieces, picturing a rat that says "eat trash, do crime"
This is a picture of print artwork created by Anna that shows torn hands.
This is a picture of a metal flower that was created by Anna.

Support the Gallery

If you are interested in supporting the gallery, please visit the TN Tech Online Giving form. We appreciate your support! 

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Select "other" on the list and then specify in the comments that you would like to support the Women's Center Art Gallery. 


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