Martha Gault Art Gallery
Bachelor of Fine Arts spring 2021 exhibitions
April 12 through 15and April 19 through 22, 2021
The Martha Gault Art Gallery proudly presents the Bachelor of Fine Arts spring 2021 exhibitions, the capstone projects completed by art majors graduating in May 2021. Staging a capstone exhibition is a requirement for the BFA degree. Martha Gault Art Gallery will present Zoom Opening Receptions, April 12that 6 pm and, April 20that 7 pm. (Due to COVID-19 mitigation efforts, the exhibit is open in-person only to University students, faculty and staff.) Please visit the Martha Gault Art Virtual Gallery here: www.sru.edu/bfaspring2021
The April 12 through 15 exhibition showcases artworks in graphic design, by Makaila Banka presenting Pennsylvania Endangered Wildflowers, a senior art major from Bradford, PA; Sam Firkaly presenting Digestive Health, a senior art major from Linesville, PA; Victoria Grabosky presenting Obake Karuta, a senior art major from Doylestown, PA and Teya Heller a senior art major from Jermyn, PA; presenting Bliss, jewelry and artworks in cloisonne enameling and chasing/ repousse hammer-forming.
Zoom Reception April 12 at 6:00 pm. Email Theresa.firstname.lastname@example.org for invitation.
The April 19 through 22 exhibition showcases artworks in ceramics by MacKenzie Garry presenting Simply Modern, a senior art major from McDonald, PA; paintings by Nicole McGuirk presenting On the Horizon, a senior art major from New Wilmington, PA; and ceramics and fiber arts by Madison Wick presenting Bloom, a senior art major from Grove City, PA.
Zoom Reception April 20 at 7:00 pm. Email Theresa.email@example.com for invitation.
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.