The Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery
The Department of Art & Visual Culture extends into the Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery, with its rich variety of exhibitions and programs each academic year. Click here to visit the Gallery website.
With exhibitions spanning the historical to the contemporary, the Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery provides a on-campus venue for the discovery and appreciation of great works of art. The Gallery also sponsors studio art workshops, as well as lectures by artists, art historians, and museum professionals.
Recent visiting scholars include:
Dr. Garrett Stewart, the James O. Freedman Professor of Letters in the English Department of the University of Iowa
- Dr. Leo G. Mazow, Louise B. and J. Harwood Cochrane Curator and Head of the Department of American Art at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
- Joyce Hill Stoner, Ed/Elizabeth Goldman Rosenberg Professor of Material Culture, Director of Preservation Studies Doctoral Program, University of Delaware
- Dr. Julie Nelson Davis, Associate Professor of East Asian Art at the University of Pennsylvania
- Dr. Donald B. Kuspit, Distinguished Professor of art history and philosophy, State University of New York
- Dr. Gerald Silk, professor of modern and contemporary art, chair of the art history department, Temple University
Recent visiting artist workshops include:
- Eric Conklin, Trompe L'Oeil Painting Workshop
- Michael Allen, Landscape Painting Workshop
The Department of Art & Visual Culture and the Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery recently began partnering on a Gallery Internship for Art & Visual Culture Majors.
The director of the Gallery also teaches an Art & Visual Culture course in Museum Studies (ART 340), providing students with the knowledge and experience to organize, install, and promote a museum-quality exhibition.