Art Appreciation

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    Taxonomy Code: PL-7400.0700-080

    Programs that offer classes or lectures which teach the history and fundamentals of the visual arts including an overview of the major art forms (drawing, painting, sculpture and photography), aesthetics, art theory, criticism, and the role of the artist in society.

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    ART GALLERIESOffers Art Galleries and Museums that are open to the public. The Hillwood Art Museum located on the second floor of Hillwood Commons, presents a year-round schedule of temporary exhibitions that cover topics from antiquity to the cutting edge of contemporary art, while objects from the Permanent Collection may be seen year-round in the Permanent Collection Gallery at the Museum. The 4500 square foot space boasts a beautiful curved gallery which Phyllis Braff of The New York Times has called "one of the Island's most dramatic showcases for art" Hillwood Art Museum's impressive and eclectic Permanent Collection consists of objects dating from the earliest of man's endeavors in the creation of art to contemporary art. An active, and well attended, Education Program incorporating Family Day activities, the Tuesday Evening Lecture and Performance Series, as well as extensive hands-on programs for Visiting Schools from the surrounding community is the pride of the Museum's endeavors. The Art League Students Gallery located in the main lobby of Hillwood Commons is home to the Art League Students Gallery, which exhibits undergraduate and graduate students' artwork. Exhibits range from one-person shows to small group exhibits, and include displays of ceramics, paintings, mixed media, computer graphics, and other mediums. Hours vary, but admission is free. Also offered is the Hutchins Gallery Located in the lower level of the Library, Hutchins Gallery is a magnificent exhibit hall which features the sculpture and painting of local artists, faculty and students and The Interactive Multimedia Arts Gallery which is a web site for the exhibition of the works of graduate students who are further developing their creative ability in an interactive digital environment. For additional information, contact the Department of Multimedia Arts at 516-299-2382. For additional information on all the galleries and museums please contact the Art Department at 516-299-2464 or e-mail NassauART GALLERIESLIU POST
    ART GALLERIESBrings outstanding local and nationally known artists and their work to the college in order to enrich the experiences of students, faculty, and the surrounding communities. The galleries also serve as a venue for the exhibition of artwork done by Suffolk's students and faculty. Receptions and lectures are usually held in conjunction with most exhibits, all of which are free and open to the public. Check the Calendar of Events for upcoming art exhibits. Galleries include the Maurice N. Flecker Memorial Gallery located on the Ammerman Campus, The Lyceum Gallery located on the Eastern Campus and Gallery West located on the Grant Campus. Call for detailed information regarding each gallery.SuffolkART GALLERIESSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    MOLLOY COLLEGE ART GALLERYExhibits nationally and internationally renowned artists throughout the year and has been recognized by the New York Times and Newsday many times. Our gallery schedule also includes two student exhibitions each year. The gallery was founded in 1997. Our mission is to promote and support Long Island artists and Long Island arts organizations. The Art Gallery hosts opening receptions for all exhibitions, which are free and the public is invited to attend. Call for the more detailed information.NassauMOLLOY COLLEGE ART GALLERYMOLLOY COLLEGE
    STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY ART GALLERIESOffers art galleries that are open to the public. Art Galleries include: Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery; Lawrence Alloway Memorial Art Gallery, Students Activities Center Art Gallery; Tabler Center Art Gallery; Simons Center and Charles B. Wang Center Galleries. Call each Gallery for specific information.SuffolkSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY ART GALLERIESSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY

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