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seed journeys hidden legacies

Join us and guest artist, Onajide Shakaba, for a spoken journey through his work. This event will take place on Thursday, March 9th in our Downtown Campus Gallery at 5:30 pm. Light refreshments will be served. Onajide Shakaba is an accomplished artist, curator and scholar and holds an MFA from Vermont...

Beholding Genesis: Scott Fisher

March 7th through March 17th 303 Gallery (Student Art Center) Exhibition: Beholding Genesis is a collection of work that integrates time and space in order to contemplate first creations of the mind and biblical beginnings. Artist: Scott Fisher Artist Statement: We start from the beginning. This work is a beginning of...

Queer Dictionary: Samantha Curtin

February 25th-28th Reception: February 25 at 5p.m. 303 Gallery (Student Art Center) Exhibition: Queer Dictionary is about the words associated within the LGBTQ community. Artist: Samantha Curtin  ...

Nature/Nurture

February 9th through March 17th SU Art Galleries Downtown Campus “Two basic systems: Development and Maintenance. The sourball of every revolution: after the revolution, who’s going to pick up the garbage on Monday morning?” –Mierle Laderman Ukeles, Maintenance Art Manifesto Humans and nature are often posed as two separate...

Cheryl Nemazie: Exhibition and Lecture

Local photographer and world traveler Cheryl Nemazie presents a lecture at Salisbury University on November 10, at 5:30pm in FH111 in conjunction with the exhibition, “A Career in Balance; Capturing the World from Both Sides of the Economic Divide,” at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore’s Mosely Gallery. The exhibit...

Kim Star Designs Fashion Show

Empowerment through Legacy Kim Star Designs Fashion Show Thursday, October 27, 7:30pm Downtown Campus, 212 W. Main Street, Salisbury Salisbury-based Kim Star Designs, owned and founded by Salisbury-native, Cynthia Polk is a network of African American design elders and geniuses who work together to pass down their knowledge and expertise, creating amazing designs along...

LoVid: Tephra Garden

Exhibition: November 14, 2016 – February 11, 2017 Artist Talk with LoVid: Monday November 14, 5:30pm, Conway 153 reception to immediately follow talk at the Electronic Gallery, Conway 128. Tephra Garden includes an immersive video installation and textile sculptures. Ruby Rendering, a multichannel installation of luscious noisy colorful A/V...

Distant Presence | Imminent Future

As part of our on-going exhibition and series of live events, INFORMATION: Black Culture in Contemporary Art, we are excited to announce this special presentation for September’s Third Friday at our new location in the Gallery Building on Salisbury’s Downtown Plaza. Distant Presence | Imminent Future an Interactive Performance...

Shattered Frames: The Films of Martha Colburn

Exhibition:  August 22 – November 8, Electronic Gallery, Conway Hall 128 Created through puppetry, collage, and paint on glass techniques, Colburn’s films explore the underground, the political, the societal, and the sexual in a mixture of craft and vision that resonate with Hieronymus Bosch, Monty Python and contemporary pop and consumer...

RESCHEDULED! VITO ACCONCI LECTURE

THIS LECTURE HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED! Please join us at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, December 3, in Fulton Hall 111, to hear Vito Acconci speak about his life’s work. Sponsored by The Fulton School of Liberal Arts, admission to his talk is free and the public is invited. For more information call...