University of Vermont

Living/Learning Center Pottery Co-op

The Arts at Living/Learning

Art Opportunities at the UVM Living/Learning Center

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The Photography Co-op

The Photography Co-op is a complete facility whose financial and operational responsibilities are shared by all of its members. Membership includes access to four fully-equipped darkrooms, a developing room, and a matte cutting and framing room, and all chemistry. Open to UVM students, faculty, staff and their families, and community members who are not affiliated with UVM. 2015-2016 fees: $90/semester for UVM affiliates, $180/semester for non-UVM affiliates. For further details, please contact Ann Barlow, Director of the Photography Co-op Hours for the co-op are 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. weekdays and 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. weekends. 

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The Pottery Studio

The Pottery Co-op, directed by Bech Evans, presents an opportunity to work with clay in an informal atmosphere. Membership includes all materials, firings and unlimited use of studio. Non-credit instruction, beginner to advanced, is offered. Open to UVM students, faculty, staff and community members 18 or older. 2016-2017 fees: $110/semester for current students, current staff, and current faculty; $220/semester for community members. For further details, contact Bech Evans during the Fall and Spring semester at or 802-656-8337. Studio hours are Monday - Friday 10:00AM-11:00PM and Saturday - Sunday 12:00PM-11:00PM during the fall and spring academic semesters. Members can access the studio during these hours but not during scheduled classes.


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The Gallery (Click here for information on the most recent gallery exhibits.)

Located near the Fireplace Lounge in the L/L Commons Building, The Gallery offers students exposure to a variety of artistic media, featuring local, national and international artists. Student exhibits also take place during the second semester. Exhibits change about every five weeks, and each exhibit features an opening reception with the artist. We encourage artists to present slide lectures or informal gallery talks. Exhibits have included: Holography, International AIDS Posters, Holocaust Art, Video Exhibits and Clay Installations, among others.

We are always searching for artists who are interested in exhibiting in this unique gallery. Contact for further information.