Bagwell Center for Media and Art
Pellissippi State’s Bagwell Center for Media and Art, one of the most modern learning facilities in the region, serves students who are studying art and television and other media production. It also serves as a gathering place for community members to attend events ranging from art exhibits to children’s summer camps.
Opened in September 2007, the Bagwell Center is named in honor of Ross Bagwell Sr., a pioneer in Knoxville’s cable television production industry, and his family. The 29,370-square-foot building has played host to artists, photographers, graphic designers, filmmakers, and video production and visual arts leaders from around the world.
We look forward to having you visit the Bagwell Center for Media and Art and the Bagwell Gallery during the second half of this season's The Arts at Pellissippi State.