The MAMA Exhibition 2015 is opening April 20th and runs through April 30th at the SAC Gallery.
Come view artwork created by Stony Brook students from all academic disciplines.
Exhibition: MAMA Exhibition 2015
Duration: April 20 – 30, 2015
Reception: Tuesday, April 23th, 5:00 – 7:00PM
Place: The SAC Art Gallery
more information: SAC Art Gallery website
Keith Miller, MFA (Studio Art) 1999, wins prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship.
See the official announcement in the NY Times here.
(image: April 16, 2014 – Source: Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images North America)
Thursday, April 9, 3-5 pm
Join us for the 1st Annual Art Crawl during the SSK Arts Festival at Stony Brook University!
Tour 1 starts at the Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery at 3 pm on Thursday, April 9, continues to the SAC Art Gallery and ends at the Simons Center Gallery with a reception.
Free and open to the public.
Exhibition: URECA Art Exhibition 2015
Duration: March 23 – April 9, 2014
Place: The SAC Art Gallery
Opening Reception: Tuesday, March 26th, 5:00 – 7:00PM
Gallery Hours: Monday 12noon-7pm, Tuesday 12noon-7pm, Wednesday 12pm-8pm, Thursday 12noon-7pm
Emily Mary Sutherland
James P. Ayres
Morgan T. Walters
Nicholas J. Bechtel
Nikk L. A.
URECA Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities
Featured as part of the Shirley Strum Kenny Student Arts Festival
URECA Coordinators: Brian Frank and Karen Kernan
Exhibition Coordinator: Isak Berbic, Department of Art
Curatorial Assistants: Logan Marks, Rebecca Uliasz, Allison Walters
(Image: Untitled monoprint by John Barto: Winner of the Dean of Students Prize at URECA art exhibition 2014)
For Immediate Release: January 2, 2014
SAC Art Gallery, Student Activities Center, Stony Brook University
There, before: photographs and video by Isak Berbic
FEBRUARY 2 – 26, 2015
Thursday, February 5, 2015
Monday, February 9, 2015
SAC Art Gallery Hours: m/t/th 12–7 pm; w 12–8 pm
A droning camera surveys sections of landscape formations, finding points of depth on the surface of the image. A meteorite named Akaba, which fell near Ma’an, Jordan in 1949, reveals the story. There, before opens with an anecdote inspired by the proto-science fiction narrative, “Awaj bin Anfaq” written by the 13th century thinker Zakariya Al-Qazwini, about a being that came to earth from a distant planet. The film unfolds into a contemplative sequence of associations and subjunctive fragments on climate, natural resources, and geologic time in connection with the Anthropocene age of human impact.
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Digitized color film, CGI, HD 60p video, with sound, Runtime: 13 minutes
Twelve photographs and six text inter-titles. Pigment prints on paper.
2014 Satellite Exhibition
August 25 – October 2, 2014
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 1:00pm – 6:00pm
Wednesday: 12noon – 8:00pm
Thursday, September 11, 4:00pm–7:00pm
John C. Casper
The SAC Art Gallery
Student Activity Center, Stony Brook University