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Kahlo Gallery

A Schrade Painting

Call for Proposals

The Cultural Center accepts Kahlo Gallery proposals on a rolling basis from students, staff, faculty, and community members for the academic calendar year. Proposals for art exhibits, talks, screenings, performances, and workshops are welcomed.

Please email proposals to

Include the following information:

  • Your name
  • Your phone and email address
  • Description, including media, artist(s), and proposed dates
  • Explanation of how your specific proposal relates to the mission of the Kahlo Gallery

Kahlo Gallery Mission

The Kahlo Gallery is located on the second floor of the Lebrón-Wiggins-Pran Cultural Center, and it aims to be a venue showcasing underrepresented artists and work dealing with issues of underrepresentation. We hope to increase the visibility of artists of color and international artists on campus and in the community. The Kahlo Gallery aims to educate the community about underrepresentation in the arts by organizing talks, lectures, screenings, and other events. In addition, the gallery supports work from artists who seriously and sensitively confront issues that are pertinent to the mission of the Cultural Center, such as increasing awareness on issues of race, ethnicity, oppression, and underrepresentation.



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