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Fall 2017 Exhibitions

The first exhibition for Fall will not be in August due to Gallery upkeep. We still have a robust body of programming, featuring a first-time exhibition via Experimental Space.

Logo of the Saints, Sinners and Safari event by Marshall Fredericks Sculpture Museum. Features a sunset with the Leaping Gazelle in profile.   

September 18th - October 6th, 2017

This exhibition features artwork by regional artists invited by the Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum to exhibit and donate work to support the Museum’s annual fundraising gala which includes a silent and live auction.

Tickets are available for the Saints, Sinners & Safari gala by calling the Museum at (989) 964-7082

October 16th - November 10th, 2017
Lecture: Thursday, October 26th 3 - 4 pm
Reception: Thursday, October 26th 4 - 6pm

This exhibition will feature paintings by Tatsuki Hakoyama, an artist and educator living in Grand Rapids, MI. His work depicts the struggle to find the middle ground between traditional and contemporary lifestyles based within the various countries he has lived. He received his B.S. in Art from Central Michigan University and his M.F.A. in Painting from Kendall College of Art and Design.

The lecture in conjunction with this exhibition is made possible in part by a grant from the Michigan Humanities Council, an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.  See below for video of lecture.

Graphic identity for the exhibition Experimental Space

November 27th - December 15th, 2017
Reception: Thursday, November 30th 4 - 6 pm

This exhibition features presentations by SVSU Art Department students and Art Registered Student Organizations (RSOs). Each group featured in the exhibition chose a section of the gallery to make their own independent show. Students were responsible for the planning and installation of the show, displaying their creative works in their own unique way.

Participants include: Danielle Georgiou, Howie Eagle, Lily Solgat, Ellie Makinen, Gina Kearly, Shelby Hatt, Nyesha Clark-Young, Anna Slavin, Malory Kochanny, VR-Reg: Virtual Reality Research Group, Billy Haboush, and Cardinal Photography Student Association (CPSA).

All gallery exhibitions, lectures and receptions are free and open to the public. Click the following link for open gallery hours or call (989) 964-2291. The University Art Gallery is located in the Arbury Fine Arts Center on the campus of Saginaw Valley State University,

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