There are several galleries on and off campus at Clemson University maintained by the Center for Visual Arts that provide the institution and surrounding community with access to regional, national and international artists through a wide range of exhibitions and special events that examine contemporary issues underscoring academic programs while serving the broader mission of the institution. The galleries are recognized as significant venues that feature regional and national artists throughout their programming.
The Lee Gallery is the flagship gallery of the Center for Visual Arts at Clemson University. This gallery provides the university and surrounding community with access to regional, national and international artists through a variety of exhibitions and special events. These exhibitions examine contemporary issues that underscore academic programs and serve the broader mission of the university. The gallery also showcases the work of undergraduate and graduate art.
Metered visitor parking spaces can be found outside of Lee Hall. No parking pass is required for any of the metered visitor parking spaces.
Additional parking is located in the parking lot located in front of Lee III. Access to this parking lot is off of Perimeter Road. Please be sure to obtain the proper visitor parking pass before parking in this lot or any other parking space not marked visitor. Visitor parking passes can be obtained from the Center for Visual Arts, the Visitor’s Center or the Campus Police Station.