The SU Art Galleries wish you a very happy holiday season! As the year winds down, and the holidays are upon us, we’d like to express our gratitude for all of the support we have received throughout the year from our community of art-goes here on the Eastern Shore, as well as the community of artists that have exhibited with us over the course of the year. We’d also like to thank our Friends of Gallery as well as the Maryland State Arts Council, Salisbury Wicomico Arts Council, The Fulton School of Liberal Arts and the Art Department at Salisbury University for supporting our programming. It really does take a village to do all that we do and we can’t do it without all of this wonderful support!
We will be closing our last two exhibitions of the season this Friday, December 18. We will be open from 12-8pm this for the 3rd Friday festivities, so if you haven’t seen Alice Pixley Young’s Dark Glass or Chloe Bass’ Things I’ve seen people do lately, Chapter 2, The Book of Everyday Instruction, this is your last chance! Please come by, we’d love to wish you happy holidays in person.
We will be re-opening our Downtown Galleries for 3rd Friday, January 15 with our first two exhibitions of the New Year! We will be presenting Razing The New Deal: An Exploration In Architecture and Identity, paintings by Morgan Craig and Piece by Piece mixed media works by Laura Petrovich-Cheney.
On January 25 the 2016 Spring Semester begins on campus and we will be opening with the new exhibition Being Her Now: Feminine Identity in the 21st Century, a group exhibition featuring works by an international group of artists in media from painting to collage to sculpture to video to performance.
Please join us for these exciting new exhibitions in the New Year!