March 31, 2014
WEST HAVEN, CONN. – The University of New Haven’s Seton Art Gallery will exhibit students’ artwork from April 3 to 24.
This year’s student exhibit, “Breaking the Grid,” allows students “to be creative and think outside the box,” says Seton Art Gallery Director Laura Marsh. Featured are pieces in various mediums created by students of all majors. The artwork was juried by local artist Rachael Vaters-Carr.
The exhibit also will be featured at the Night of Arts, a reception to celebrate UNH’s rich art community, on April 15, from 6 – 9 p.m.
The gallery is located on UNH’s main campus, 300 Boston Post Road, in Dodds Hall. The exhibit is free and open to the public, as is the reception.
The Seton Art Gallery is open Monday through Thursday, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Friday and Saturday, from noon to 4 p.m.
For more information, contact Marsh at email@example.com.
The University of New Haven is a private, top-tier comprehensive institution recognized as a national leader in experiential education. Founded in 1920 on the campus of Yale University in cooperation with Northeastern University, UNH moved to its current West Haven campus in 1960. The University operates a satellite campus in Tuscany, Italy, and a graduate business campus in Orange, Conn., and offers programs at several locations throughout Connecticut and in New Mexico. UNH provides its students with a unique combination of a solid liberal arts education and real-world, hands-on career and research opportunities. The University enrolls approximately 6,400 students, including nearly 1,800 graduate students and more than 4,600 undergraduates – the majority of whom reside in University housing. Through its College of Arts and Sciences, College of Business, Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences, Tagliatela College of Engineering, and College of Lifelong & eLearning, UNH offers 75 undergraduate and graduate degree programs. UNH students have access to more than 50 study abroad programs worldwide, and its student-athletes compete in 16 varsity sports in the NCAA Division II’s highly competitive Northeast-10 Conference.