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Current and Upcoming Exhibitions & Events

Downtown Campus Under Construction July 4 - August 11 

The Su Art Galleries Downtown Campus is getting a facelift! The two N. Division Street storefronts will be getting a new facade along with some interior renovations. The Downtown Campus Galleries will be closed during this period, but we will reopen in mid-August will a new look and some exciting new exhibits.

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It's Fine

It's Fine
August 12 – October 17, 2015
SU Art Galleries Downtown Campus

Reception: 3rd Friday, August 21, 5 – 7pm
Artists Lecture: Thursday, September 10, 5:30pm – Downtown Campus

It’s Fine is the collaborative project of Sarah O’Malley, Cory Parks, Andy Smith, and Luke Sohl, all graduates of the Salisbury University Graphic Design program. In an experiment of pushing boundaries, asking questions, and getting hands dirty, It’s Fine blurs the dividing line between “graphic” and “fine” art, arguing that the heart of each discipline pumps the same blood of process and passion, and driving the audience to challenge and redefine their understanding of graphic design.

The Great American Landscape

THE GREAT AMERICAN LANDSCAPE: Photographs of Ansel Adams, George Alexander Grant, Elliot Porter and the National Park Service
August 12 – October 10, 2015
SU Art Galleries Downtown Campus

Reception & Book Signing with Ren & Helen Davis: 3rd Friday, September 18, 5 – 7pm

This exhibition celebrates the timeless natural beauty of our great American landscapes. It combines works from our permanent collection of early 20th century nature photography, with a digital exhibition of the work of George Alexander Grant. It is held in conjunction with the 2016 Centennial of the National Park Service and the release of Ren and Helen Davis’ new book, Landscapes for the People, George Alexander Grant, First Chief Photographer of the National Park Service.  


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The Luminous Surface

The Luminous Surface
curated by David Linton

August 24 – October 31, 2015
University Gallery & The Electronic Gallery
Fulton Hall 109 & TETC 128

Reception with the Curator: Wednesday, September 23, University Gallery 5-7pm

afloat Durational Performance: Wednesday September 30, TETC 317, 5:00 - 8:00pm

Panel Discussion with David Linton, Ursula Scherrer, Brian Chase and Kato Hideki: Thursday, October 1, 5:30pm in Fulton 111

The Luminous Surface will include 34 self-illuminating works by 40 Contemporary Artists working with Light, Sound & Video in physical space. Curator, David Linton has assembled a broad survey of works addressing the subject, object, and temporal processes of “the luminous” as they perceptually and cognitively intersect the representational planes of mediated human experience.   

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