Established in 2000, The Showalter Hughes Community Gallery highlights four to five exhibitions annually, featuring work by students, faculty and emerging artists and outreach programs. During artists’ lectures there is seating for 80.
June 6 to Aug. 2
Crealdé Studio Artist Exhibition
Established in 1996, the Studio Artist Program is for emerging artists whose goal is to pursue a professional career in the arts. Through mentorship they are encouraged to further their artistic visions, deepen their skills and produce bodies of work. Curated by Department Director Vincent Sansone, featuring 2011-2014 Crealdé Studio Artists: Orit Reuben, Anita Cohen, Rindy Gentile, Shaun Cook, Richard Munster, Heather Sooder, Robert Ross, Sherrri Bunye and Natasha Drazich. Opening reception 6-7:30 p.m. Friday, June 6.
Pictured: "Morning Rooftops," 2014, by Robert Ross, Crealdé Studio Artist
Please see Past & Current Exhibitions for exhibitions from previous years.