Suffolk University Art Gallery is the Art & Design Department’s main exhibition space. In its new location on the sixth floor of the Sawyer Building, the gallery’s exhibition program represents all fields of study offered by the art school. Our gallery presents exciting exhibits and related programs, reflecting our increasingly visual and image-driven world, and engaging our Suffolk community while adding to a larger conversation in the Boston cultural arena. Exhibits of current student work as well as themed curated exhibitions provide an important link between and for students, faculty, and visitors.
See a gallery of past exhibits below.
In the Gallery
February 21 – March 17, 2019, Opening reception Thursday, February 21, 5:30-7:30, A Life Designed.
Organized by Graphic Design faculty members Rita Daly and Keith Kitz, A Life Designed features the works of seven alumni of the Masters in Graphic Design program at Suffolk University. According to Professor Rita Daly, “After many years of seeing students graduate from the MAGD program go on to the varied aspects of our design profession, we wanted to celebrate our graduates’ accomplishments in a unique way.”
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