Biggin Gallery provides a stimulating, innovative program of exhibitions, lectures and special events that develop understanding of artistic expression in all its diversity and encourage cultural and intellectual awareness within the academic and civic communities.
Biggin Hall, the 3-D Arts Building and the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art provide state-of-the-art facilities for artistic learning and expression. From painting studios to plasma cutters, you'll be equipped with tools that empower your exploration.
Faculty and Staff
As the oldest NASAD-accredited art program in the Southeast, Auburn's Department of Art & Art History is a vibrant community of accomplished artists, esteemed art historians and talented students.
We offer comprehensive programs in studio art and art history that prepare students for careers in the visual arts and other cultural and creative fields.
Teil Duncan Henley '10
CLA congratulates newly tenured and promoted faculty
The Auburn University College of Liberal Arts congratulates more than 20 faculty on their tenure and promotion this year.
Juried Fine Art Student Exhibition showcases Auburn students’ work in Biggin Gallery
Artworks by students in the Department of Art & Art History will be on display in Biggin Gallery until March 31.
CLA launches digital viewbook showcasing programs, opportunities
The College of Liberal Arts now offers its viewbook, containing information on the college’s majors, scholarships, internships and more, online.
Auburn, Tuskegee to host artist Justin Randolph Thompson
Thompson’s visit will include a series of talks, workshops and film screenings in relation to his current project Surveying Gravity.