In Conversation: Faculty Show, September 3-Oct. 3: A collaboratively themed show open to UNH Art and Design Faculty. The theme will provide students/staff/faculty with new insights into the broad themes of contemporary art and design.
Opening Reception: September 3, 4-6 p.m.
America’s Distorted Image: How Racism Shaped Aunt Jemima, Uncle Ben, and You
Nov 5- Dec 10: Exhibition of pre and post civil rights era objects offered by an alumn, Jeffrey Fletcher, who is a retired police officer in New Haven. Fletcher has been collecting objects from Slavery, Jim Crow, and the Civil Rights Eras.
Opening: Nov. 5
Artist Opportunity: Felandus Thames, Jan 19-Feb 4, 2016: With a group of students, Seton Gallery will be used as a site to create large-scale works with a master artist and student groups. These pieces will be moved to a permanent site on campus to beautify buildings in need.
Closing: Jan 28
Interior Design students hold a 3-day planning, installation, and model workshop in an interdisciplinary charette. Students will utilize the gallery space as an installation and site of mapping and research. A to scale model will be produced in the following weeks; a closing will celebrate the process.
Student Themed Exhibition
Open to all nonmajor and majors, students are invited to hang and place their work in collaboration with Seton Gallery. Faculty are also invited to submit works on behalf of their students for class projects. The Night of the Arts brings Art and Design, Dance, English, Music, and Theater programs together to celebrate student performances. Night of the Arts: April 14 or 21
Through: April 21
Opening night: May 5