The mission of the Salisbury University Art Galleries and Collection is to enrich the cultural environment of Salisbury University, the city of Salisbury, and Maryland’s Eastern Shore by encouraging the appreciation and understanding of art and its role in society. Our purpose is to provide meaningful educational experiences and direct encounters with the visual arts not found anywhere else in the area. To sustain this mission we primarily offer exhibitions, performances, lectures, panel discussions, tours, and publications, as well as maintain the University Art Collection. Our programming is aimed at stimulating active learning about art and the creative process. In addition, building and maintaining the SU Art Collection serves as a tangible resource for teaching and research for this and future generations.
The goals of the SU Art Galleries and Collection are:
The SU Art Galleries is comprised of two on-campus galleries and two off-campus galleries. Each of our galleries has a specific mission and focus. To learn more about each space please follow the links below.
The Electronic Gallery is located on campus in Conway Hall room 128. This gallery is dedicated to new media art that emphasizes technology and new aesthetic forms.
The University Gallery is located on campus in Fulton Hall. This gallery is dedicated to bringing important national and international artists’ work to campus. This gallery also features our regular faculty and student exhibitions.
The Downtown Gallery is located off campus at 212 West Main Street in downtown Salisbury. These galleries are dedicated to connecting the mission of the SU Art Galleries with the community.
303 Gallery is located on campus at 303 West College Avenue Street at Salisbury University. These galleries are dedicated to student artworks.
The SU Art Galleries also maintains the University Art Collection which is comprised of over 1400 objects including sculpture, paintings, photographs, folk art objects, and prints.
Director of Galleries
Click here for directions to the Salisbury University Art Galleries.