Student Art Exhibitions

coral peral garcia drawingCoral Peral Garcia '17, Myths: Lost and Found, mixed media drawing, 2017

Senior Seminar Exhibition

This annual exibition is an integral component of a course required of all Art & Art History majors pursuing a concentration in studio art.  The course provides a basis for continuing one’s creativity in a professional and effective manner following graduation.

Preparation for and mounting of the exhibition give students a greater understanding of exhibition and gallery practices in general. In addition, the creation of the exhibition enlightens students in the areas of independent art production, specifically the professional and personal challenges and rewards that lie therein.


flipping the scrip, installation
Rebecca Clayman '17, curator of Flipping the Script:
The Female Body and the Politics of Representation
April 28 - June 3, 2017

Student-Organized Art Exhibitions

With the assistance of gallery staff, SLU students from various disciplines often organize exhibitions. Such exhibitions may include artwork from the University's Permanent Collection or from other sources. Recent exhibitions have examined street art, the depiction of the female body, pop art, and issues of appropriation in art.

meg chandler
Meg Chandler '17, curator of Post 9/11 to
Occupy Wall Street to Present Day:
A Street Art Installation
, April 28 - June 3, 2017