The Projective Eye Gallery at UNC Charlotte Center City opened in September 2011. Curated by Director of Galleries Crista Cammaroto, the gallery presents major exhibitions and installations by national and international artists and distinguishes itself by presenting inter-disciplinary "happenings" in conjunction with exhibitions throughout the year. For an overview of past exhibitions, please see the Press Book.
Roderick MacKillop Art Exhibition + Auction
Reception + Auction March 16, 6-9 pm
Roderick MacKillop was a beloved art professor at UNC Charlotte for 30 years. His paintings and sculptures have been exhibited across the United States, and his work is included in the permanent collections of the American Express Corporation, the Mint Museum of Art, Duke University, and the Asheville Art Museum, among others. In 2017, the MacKillop family established three endowments at UNC Charlotte in his memory. All proceeds from the sale of his work will support those scholarship funds.
Schedule a tour!
The gallery offers free tours for groups of six or more. Please contact Nicia Carla to schedule a tour for your group. Tours last approximately one hour. Please indicate if you are interested in our current exhibition or the Lona-Frey Collection, a collection of limited edition prints and sculpture from 1930-2000.
Hours, Location, and Contact:
The gallery is located at 320 E. 9th Street and is open seven days a week, 9 am to 8 pm.
For information about exhibitions and programs, please contact
About the CoA+A Gallery System
The mission of the College of Arts + Architecture gallery system is to create lively forums in which the curious encounter the work of global, regional, and local artists through diverse media and dynamic exchanges that are nourished by the intellectual and creative life of the university. Our programming will echo crossovers of the visual arts, architecture, music, theatre, and dance inherent to the College of Arts + Architecture at UNC Charlotte. We seek to provide a haven for experimentation, to invigorate the environments we occupy, and to amplify the means to engage art and design in our community.