Suffolk University Art Gallery
Suffolk University Art Gallery is The School of Art and Design’s main exhibition space. Located in the heart of the School of Art and Design, The gallery exhibits a wide range of contemporary art in all media. The gallery provides an important link between faculty, students and visitors and some of the most important artists living and working in the region. Top quality, cutting edge artwork is presented in a friendly, engaging manner to attract audiences from both inside and outside the university community. Annual spring exhibits of current student work and biannual summer exhibits of faculty work provide student artists and educators with valuable exhibition opportunities in a supportive, critical environment. Learn more about Suffolk University Art Gallery's public programming.
The Project SpaceThe project space is a venue for artists to present experimental works, concepts and ideas that are still in development. Exhibits often expand on or compliment the work presented in the Suffolk University Art Gallery. The space provides a flexible, highly visible arena for testing out new approaches to ideas, materials and techiniques while generating feedback from a range of audiences.
The White BoxThe White Box is flexible space reserved for fine arts majors. Students create exhibitions, installations and experimental work in dialog with fine art faculty members. Majors in Fine Arts can reserve the space for two-week periods and the space is open to the public during school hours.