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 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.

Ancient Ink

DeSoto Family Vault

Photographer Mark Perrott has spent the past several decades documenting the ever-expanding group of tattooed Americans. Perrott turns his camera to the diminishing population of highly decorated and graying Americans in his current series, ANCIENT INK.

Domestic Affairs

Lobby Gallery

Susquehanna Art Museum’s 9th annual juried exhibition invites artists to submit works that explore subjects relating to the domestic. In a time when social, political, and familial norms are being revealed and renegotiated on an international scale, the term ‘domestic’ relates to a wide range of topics. Submission Deadline is July 15, 2024.

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