The Brindle Gallery
The Brindle Gallery is found in the Huber Art Center, 213. Any SU art student may submit an exhibition proposal to the Director of the Kauffman Gallery. Exhibitions are scheduled for two weeks during a fall or spring semester, and one group exhibition during the summer. Exhibitions in any media are eligible and exhibitions may be solo or as a group. Each student artist selects his or her work, installs the same, and may schedule a gallery reception. Students learn professional exhibition techniques as part of this experience. All SU art majors are encouraged to stage a solo exhibition before graduation.
Coordinator, The Brindle Gallery
Director, The Kauffman Gallery
Professor of Art
Student Art Exhibitions
"As I See It"
Digital Fine Art Prints, Selected Topics Course - April 27 - August 28
Joel Feggins - Ceramics & Printmaking - August 29 - September 8
Haleigh Koontz - Wood Block Prints - September 12 - 22
Harley Weigle - Ceramics - September 26 - October 6
Group Exhibition - "FACE OFF" - October 10 - 20
Alyssa Mansure - Mixed Media - October 24 - November 3
Katelyn Dherit - Ceramics - November 7 - 17
Rebecca Marottle - Textiles - November 21 - December 1
Alessandra Cupani - Oil Paintings - January 30 - February 9
TBA - February 13 - 23
TBA - February 27 - March 9
Annemarie Cericola - Graphic Design - March 20 - 30
Christen Taylor Smith - Sculpture - April 3 - 13
TBA - April 17 - May 4
Group Exhibition; Digital Fine Art Prints from students participating on the 2017 Spring Break trip to Rome, Italy - May - September
The Kauffman Gallery
The SU Kauffman Gallery is named for Gertrude Kauffman, Chairperson of the art department, 1937 - 1970, and is located in the Huber Art Center Annex, 201.