Seeking Truth

Martha Gault Art Gallery proudly presents Seeking Truth from the Brew House Association, accompanied by selected artworks from the Art Department Permanent Collection. Exhibition on view for the SRU community, February 1, through March 4, 2021, with a Zoom presentation February 17th, at 7:00 pm. The exhibition includes a wide array of artworks including drawings, paintings, photography, film and sculpture by diverse Pittsburgh-based artists whose artworks imagine liminal borders of true and real during a time when uncertainty is ubiquitous. Exhibiting artists include Jamie Earnest, Adam Linn, Njaimeh Njie, Centa Schumacher, Sheila Swartz, and Kamara T. (Wavy Wednesday). Martha Gault Art Gallery Director Theresa Antonellis and Brew House Association Curator Natale Sweet will present a Zoom Art Gallery Talk with artists, Jamie Earnest, Njaimeh Njie, Centa Schumacher. Contact for an invitation to the Zoom presentation.

Community responses to the artwork are invited. The question, “How do I seek what is real and what is true?” is derived from the exhibition title, Seeking Truth. Responses may be submitted during normal gallery hours and will be displayed in the art gallery.

Gallery Hours are Mondays through Thursdays from 11 am to 5 pm. The Art Gallery is located in 102 Maltby Building and is all-accessible by entrance on College Drive near Rhoads Hall.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Martha Gault Art Gallery is adhering to established University guidelines for all in-person events. With that in mind, exhibits are open only to members of the University community – students, faculty and staff – that are wearing face masks and practicing proper social distancing. Exhibits are not open to the general public at this time.