Modern Theatre Encore: Breathing New Life into the Theatre District
Celebrating Suffolk University's restoration of a Boston's Theatre District jewel. September 6 - February 6, 2011

Chiang Yee: The Silent Traveller from the EastSpringboard 2
Fine arts student exhibit. June 11 - August 9

Chiang Yee: The Silent Traveller from the East
An exhibit of artist and travel writer Chiang Yee’s drawings of Boston, inspired by Suffolk University English Professor Da Zheng’s cultural biography of the same title. March 29 - May 31


The Preservation Movement Then & Now
As Historic New England celebrates its centennial, it presents an exhibition that traces the history of the preservation movement in New England. December 14, 2009 - March 15, 2010

The Modern Theatre & the Boston-Hollywood Connection
An exhibit of old and new photographs, artifacts, video and movie posters that celebrates Suffolk University's restoration of the ground-breaking movie house's facade and the role the Modern Theatre and its owners played in the development of American movie-going culture. August 31 - November 30

Fine arts student exhibit. May 18 - August 2

Here, There and Everywhere: Anticipating the Art of the Future
Ilona Anderson, Commmon Ground, from Here, There and Everywhere: Anticipating the Art of the Future.Two installations by faculty artists are among more than 60 simultaneous Transcultural Exchange presentations worldwide, bringing together artists from various cultures and disciplines in a single project. April 1 - May 7

On Equal Terms: Women in Construction 30 Years and Still Organizing
This installation by artist, poet and educator Susan Eisenberg grew out of her effort to learn from tradeswoman pioneers about the struggle to bring women into the construction trades. The personal testimonies of the many women she has interviewed inform her work. January 26 - March 17


Connections: Suffolk University Keeps Moakley Legacy Alive in El Salvador
The culture and politics of today’s El Salvador are captured in photographs exhibited alongside a historical view of the Central American nation. The exhibit presents a look at the ongoing relationship between Suffolk University and the Salvadoran people, part of the late Congressman John Joseph Moakley’s legacy to his alma mater. November 1 - January 12

Stories in StoneStories in Stone: The Historic Burying Grounds of Boston
Preachers, patriots and artists lie alongside pirates and slaves in Boston’s early graveyards, and their lives provide inspiration for an exhibit that draws on artwork, archival records and photography to paint a picture of life and culture in Boston dating from the colony’s first settlement to today. August 1 - October 20

A Changing World - Verner Reed A Changing World: New England in the Photographs of Verner Reed, 1950-1972
Photojournalist Verner Reed captured the images of a rapidly expanding post-war economy in his work for Life magazine during the 1950s. His photographs of New Englanders employ warmth and humor in celebrating tradition, chronicling change, and revealing the wonder of a moment. A Historic New England exhibit. April 21 - July 20

A Memory of Humanity: From Solferino to Guantanamo - 145 Years of Red Cross Photography
This powerful exhibit of photography from across the world illustrates how compassion and humanitarian aid can mitigate the horrors of armed conflict. February 1 - March 31


From Dairy to DoorstepFrom Dairy to Doorstep: Milk Delivery in New England, 1860-1960
This exhibit from Historic New England chronicles the origins of home milk delivery and the heyday of the milkman through historic photographs, advertisements and artifacts. October 15 - January 20, 2008

Faces and Places of Suffolk University
Phocus Photography Club members and students in photography and photojournalism classes capture the essence of the campus and its people. March 26 - August 26

The New England School of Art & Design Student Showcase
Boston is the theme of Suffolk University student artists whose work was chosen for this showcase. January 1 - March 16


Suffolk University: 100 Years of Exceeding Expectations
An exhibit that follows the remarkable story of Suffolk University from its modest beginnings in 1906 to the international University of today. September 19 - December 15

Exploring the Charles River: Boston Herald PhotographyExploring the Charles: Boston Herald Photography
The Boston Herald's award-winning team of 19 photographers was dispatched to the 23 Massachusetts cities and towns along the banks of the Charles. The result is a dazzling collection of photographs capturing the people, wildlife and luminosity of the river's environment. July 17 - September 8

BSO Celebrates 125 Years
This exhibit tells the story of the orchestra from the time of its founding in 1881 by Bostonian Henry Lee Higginson, who long had dreamed of having a premiere orchestra in his hometown. It follows the careers of a series of influential conductors and music directors, along with the new work they premiered. The exhibit also takes a close look at the magnificent and acoustically outstanding Symphony Hall, the orchestra's home since 1900. March 6 - June 30


Boston Herald PhotographyFocus on the Moment: Boston Herald Photography
Images from the Herald's award-winning photography team show the wonders of nature, the courage of soldiers and the curiosity of small children. The exhibit includes color and black-and-white images from Boston, the region and the world, along with a selection of the Herald's Pulitzer-Prize-winning photographs. December 12 - February. 10, 2006

Touching All the Bases: A Red Sox History
A historical journey with Boston’s hometown heroes, reliving the joys and heartbreaks of more than a century through photographs, cartoons and artifacts. Players like Cy Young, Babe Ruth, Ted Williams and Carl Yastrzemski are shown in all their glory. Artifacts include a chunk of the left-field wall and Johnny Damon’s batting gloves. June 6 - September 2

Pilgrims, Patriots & ProductsPilgrims Patriots & Products
Product branding has a long history in America, but perhaps no source of advertising inspiration has had the endurance of the colonial theme. This Historic New England exhibit shows how marketers have tapped into the colonial ideal to sell everything from coffee to cleansers through images from late-19th- and early-20th-century product catalogs, advertisements, trade cards, calendars, posters and artifacts. February 14 - April 24


Campaigns, Conventions and CartoonsImages of Transformation: From Big Dig to Rose Kennedy Greenway
photographs, drawings and video captured the vibrant colors, light and atmosphere of the nation’s largest public works project and give a virtual tour of the planned Rose Kennedy Greenway. November 5 – January 18

Campaigns, Conventions and Cartoons
Political cartoons from some of the nation’s most astute graphic commentators. June 11 - September 30

Anthony BurnsThe Price of Freedom: Anthony Burns and the Fugitive Slave Act
Through artifacts, graphics and text, this exhibit explores the story of a fugitive slave arrested and tried in Boston 150 years ago. March 18 - May 10


El Congresista: Joe Moakley en El Salvador
Presented in conjunction with the fourteenth anniversary of the Jesuit murders that led to the end of El Salvador's civil war and revelations about U.S. involvement in military repression. November 14 - February 29

Tremont Street - Common StreetTremont Street: Common Street
Peter Vanderwarker: Photographs
Tremont Street is in the midst of a renaissance, and its rebirth is showcased in an exhibit featuring award-winning architectural photographer Peter Vanderwarker’s work, paired with historical photos of Boston’s grand avenue. August 15 - November 1

Suffolk’s Bookshelf: A Showcase of University Authors
Recent works by Suffolk University faculty and alumni authors. May 12 - July 25

Long Road to Justice: The African American Experience in the Massachusetts Courts
A a multimedia journey through historical artifacts, photographs and court records exploring the relationship between the African American community and the Massachusetts justice system from the Colonial period to the present day. January 17 - April 13


Food Is Ammunition: World War I Food PostersFood is Ammunition: World War I Food Posters
An exhibit of more than 20 vivid World War I posters urging Americans to conserve food. October 3 - January 10, 2003

Bostonians at Home: Five Boston Families 1680-1960
An exhibition exploring three centuries of American domestic life. May 1 - September 29, 2002


John Joseph Moakley: In Service to His Country
John Joseph Moakley: In Service to His CountryAn Exhibit drawn from the papers of the late congressman. November 28 - April 7, 2002

Photography in Human Experience: Images of New England
A selection of historic images from the collection of the Historic New England that explore the role that photography played in capturing and representing the family. April 13 - August 17

An exhibit of acrylic paintings and drawings by Chilean artist Liliana Wilson Grez. March 1 - 30


Afriterr: A Millennium UnrolledDeclaration of Independence
One of the 23 existing copies of the Declaration of Independence, printed on July 5, 1776, on display to commemorate the first reading of the Declaration in Boston on July 18, 1776. One day only - July 18

Afriterra: A Millennium Unrolled
An exhibit of rare maps of Africa dating from 1350, from the Afriterra Foundation collection. February 6 – 12