Salisbury University’s Cultural Calendar Highlights for the week of February 1
Welcome to Salisbury University’s Cultural Calendar Highlights for the week of February 1.
SU’s annual Art Department Faculty Exhibition opens Monday, February 1, at SU Art Galleries Downtown. Featuring hot glass, ceramics, painting, drawing, installation, sculpture, photography and new media, the exhibit is available online at www.suartgalleries.org and in person by appointment. A virtual gallery talk with art faculty is Thursday, February 4. The exhibit continues through Friday, April 2.
SU’s annual African American History Month celebration opens Tuesday, February 2. Related arts events throughout the month include the presentation “Celebrating Women’s Voices: Reading by Afro-Colombian Poets,” SU’s annual African American Poetry Read-In and a discussion on Angie Thomas’ award-winning young adult novel The Hate U Give and its film adaptation.
SU Art Galleries hosts a virtual artist talk with anthology documentarian Nate Larson on Thursday, February 4. Larson is the creator of Centroid Towns, a project using photography, oral history and archival research to study the 25 cities that have been the mean center of the U.S. population since 1790. The public may view the project by appointment in the University Gallery of Fulton Hall or online at www.suartgalleries.org through Friday, April 2.
For more information, including registration links for this semester’s upcoming virtual activities, visit the SU website at salisbury.edu/events.