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?

Valery Sutherland: Paintings

Project Space

These pieces, completed between 2021 and 2023 illustrate the artist’s investigation into the passage of time and its reflection on nature.

The Creatures Collages

DeSoto Family Vault

This series is the visual component of a collaboration between visual artist Dan Zdilla and composer Rusty Banks.

Ju Yun: Hybrid Identity

Lobby Gallery

Korean American artist Ju Yun exists between two worlds, a reality shared by many who leave one country to settle in another. Her vibrant mixed media pieces take inspiration from the popular culture found in both Korea and the United States.

The Matter of Money

S. Wilson and Grace M. Pollock Education Center Gallery

Mark Wagner is best known for his intricate collages made entirely from deconstructed US dollars. In this exhibition of his work, he invites viewers to examine their relationship with money and its meaning within politics, power, American Identity, and everyday life.

Art and Activism at Tougaloo College

Beverlee and Bill Lehr Gallery

Art and Activism traces the inception of this distinctive collection at the intersection of modern art, education, and social justice by highlighting Tougaloo’s evolution as a center for vanguard European and American art shaped by interracial collaboration and the pursuit of civil rights.

Diane Arbus: 10 Years

Beverlee and Bill Lehr Gallery

During an intense period from 1961 to 1971, Diane Arbus produced some of the most memorable photographs of the twentieth century. This exhibition features key examples from this famous period of the artist’s work.

Cocoon Steelton 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.

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