The LeRoy Neiman Center Gallery | November 14 - December 12, 2014 An exhibition by Elena Ailes, Trevor Goosen (MFA 2015), and Leah Mackin (MFA 2015). GALLERY RECEPTION | Thursday, November 13, 2014 | 4:00–6:00 p.m.Read More
Apply for the position of SUGs Gallery Attendant to get first hand experience in gallery management. Limited openings available so apply soon on SAIC Launch!Read More
SUGs is currently seeking an Administrative Director, Communications Director (PR and Marketing), and Installation Director.
Download our application to learn more about these positions.
The deadline for applications is Thursday, March 20.
Interested? Email your complicated application along with a cover letter and CV to email@example.com.Read More
The proposal deadline for spring 2014 exhibitions is November 4.
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SUGs is turning 20 this Spring and we're throwing a party. A Big one.
You're invited to submit work to After Party, a curated exhibition to follow our anniversary celebration.
Deadline: OCTOBER 25, 2013Read More
SUGs is currently accepting proposals for individual exhibitions, group exhibitions, and curatorial projects to take place in the LeRoy Neiman Center Gallery and Gallery X.
The proposal deadline for Fall 2014 exhibitions is April 4, 2014.
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In the spirit of extending the reach and scope of the exhibition of student art, SUGs Projects works in conjunction with SUGs Galleries and SAIC faculty and staff to program highly visible on-campus spaces year round.
Visit saic.edu/sugs-projects to see available on campus exhibition spaces.Read More
This Spring 2013, SUGs and the Department of Visual & Critical Studies are teaming up to present the VCS graduate student lecture series, Duo, in the LeRoy Neiman Center Gallery. By situating the series within the exhibition space, VCS aims to emphasize the department's concentration on both scholarly and artistic work. Each lecture will feature two speakers: a VCS graduate student and a student from another department.Read More