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The Hidden Museum, 2018

Lobby Gallery

With this installation, visitors are challenged to locate “hidden” works of art the Susquehanna Art Museum. You may not realize something is a work of art until you read the label. Even then, is it?

The Shop Presents: Essentials

DeSoto Family Vault

A photographic exploration into Barbershops and Beauty Salons in Black and brown communities during the global pandemic by Shelby Wormley.

In the Grass, With a Baby

Lobby Gallery

In the Grass, With a Baby features paintings and drawings by Lee Nowell-Wilson that embody the tension between the mundane and divine that is embedded within her experience as a mother.

From Mantel to Museum: The Eclectic Legacy of Patricia L Murray

During her lifetime, Patricia L. Murray served as one of the founders of the Susquehanna Art Museum (SAM), a donor to the institution, an educator, and a private art collector. Just recently, in 2023, parts of her collection were donated to SAM posthumously, highlighting her dedication to the museum before, during, and after its creation. From Mantel to Museum: The Eclectic Legacy of Patricia L. Murray showcases an eclectic mix of artistic styles, form and thematic content by local and regional artists.

Cocoon Steelton: The Migrations of Many by Kate Browne

Beverlee and Bill Lehr Gallery

Cocoon is an illuminated sculpture surrounded by portraits from Steelton, PA. Viewers are invited to walk through the sculpture and hear the stories of the Steelton community. The stories come from Kate Browne’s interviews that focus on the reality of living in a small town with a single-industry economy where jobs have shrunk considerably since the 1950s.


Beverlee and Bill Lehr Gallery

I’m fine., a phrase we often say when we are not fine, is a statewide Pennsylvania community project dedicated to sculpting mental health awareness and conversations through art. This meaningful exhibit features ceramic masks, stories, and photographs from I’m fine. workshop and residency participants.

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S. Wilson and Grace M. Pollock Education Center Gallery

Through the material transformation and positioning of objects that wield the body, Kiani Kodama explores silent exchanges between that which is human, animal, and ancestral. Guided by non-Western medicine, massage tools, Buddhist dance rituals, and organic materials, she finds correspondence in anomalous places.

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