Seton Gallery

The Seton Gallery features the work of students, faculty and visiting artists. We present exhibitions that celebrate diversity and promote interdisciplinary practices.

We are open to the public Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. During the academic year, student gallery assistants are available to give tours of current exhibitions.

Please visit the Department of Art & Design's Administrative Assistant in Dodds Hall room 208 if an attendant is not present or through the summer months.

Current Exhibition

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Insomnia - A Senior Exhibition

April 24 – May 10, 2023

Opening Reception: Monday, April 24, 4 - 6 p.m.

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Past Exhibitions

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Something So Little Can Be So Big For Us

Curated by Alex Puz, Grant Czuj

March 7 – April 9, 2023

Opening Reception: Thursday, March 9, 3 - 4 p.m.

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Designing Cafés for Community

Interior Design Studio in Italy

February 17 – March 6, 2023

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Sto-Len

sTo Len: To Dissolve into the Hydrocommons, One Drop at a Time

October 17 – December 9, 2022

Reception: Wednesday, October 26, 2 - 4 p.m.

Community Clean-Up Event: October 1

To Dissolve into the Hydrocommons, One Drop at a Time is a solo exhibition by the artist sTo Len. The show examines the themes of environmental decay and the interconnectedness of global ecosystems by siting the waterways around the New 51 area as places of artistic exploration. Len’s interdisciplinary practice engages viewers to investigate their impact on the environment.

Community Clean-Up Event

In conjunction with the Citizen Opportunities for Accessing Science Training on the Sound (COASTS), Len’s exhibition will include a public talk and a community clean-up event at Long Wharf on Saturday, October 1.

Len's exhibition is funded by grants from the International Association of New 51 and the Connecticut Sea Grant Arts Award Support Program.

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 About the Artist

sTo Len is a printmaker, installation, sound, and performance artist interested in improvisation and experimentation within various media. His printmaking work updates traditional techniques such as Suminagashi (floating ink) and Gyotaku (fish impression) into an experimental collaboration with nature and a site of discourse on environmentalism and art activism.

The cross-disciplinary nature of Len’s work includes transforming public spaces such as a river into an art studio, recycling waste into art materials, creating a community pirate radio station, and hosting water ritual performances at Superfund sites.

sTo Len is currently based in Queens, NY. Len has familial roots in Vietnam and Virginia, and his work incorporates these bonds by connecting issues of their history, environment, traditions, and politics.

View more examples of his work at .

Cheryl Gross Exhibit poster

Cheryl Gross: Commit to Memory: The Precipice of Extinction

August 30 - October 5, 2022

Opening Reception: Thursday, September 15, 4 - 7 p.m.

Cheryl Gross’s solo exhibition Commit to Memory: The Precipice of Extinction is a multi-platform, social commentary that addresses the shifting and eventual disappearance of our culture using animals as metaphors. Gross selects animals from the endangered species list to create a multi-media, graphic audiovisual representation of a society teetering on the verge of collapse. Artistic depictions of animal species as victims illustrate the decline of the American democratic system. Gross uses the word "extinction" throughout the narrative as the blueprint of this project.

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 About the Artist

Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Cheryl Gross is an illustrator, painter, writer, and motion graphic artist living and working in the New York/New Jersey area. She is a professor at Pratt Institute.

Cheryl received her MFA from Pratt Institute. Her work has appeared in numerous films, TV shows, publications, and graces the walls of many corporate and museum collections including Zebra Poetry Film Festival, Berlin, New York Times, 100 New York Painters, Schiffler Publishing, Riverside Museum, Riverside, Ca., USA, The Museum of The City of New York, Mississippi Museum of Art, The New York Times, Comedynet.com, Associatedcontent.com, Current TV, Laforet Harajuku Museum, Tokyo, Japan, and Artist-In-Residency, Kunstlerhaus, Saarbrucken, Germany. Finalist Elizabeth Hulings Foundation, 2014, Artist-In-Residency Program, Dilsberg, Germany, 2015, 4- time recipient Eileen Kaminsky Family Foundation Artist Residency (ESKFF), Jersey City, 2018-2020, JCMAP Artist-in Residency Dept. of Cultural Affairs, 2022, Art Fair 14c, 2021-2022, Individual Artists Fellowship, Jersey City, NJ, 2022.

Senior Exhibition 2022
Senior Exhibition 2022

Open Late

April 25 - May 11, 2022

Open Late is the Senior Exhibition for students in the Department of Art and Design. Click the links below to view the portfolios and professional social media handles of our graduating class.

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Art

Natalia Herrans


Graphic Design

Christopher Colquhoun

Bayley Fair

Kevin Greco

Jamal Lum You

Lizzy Bonica


Illustration

Jaylynn Claudio

Jesse Golding

Samantha Hart

Seth Hennin

David A. Rodriguez


Interior Design

Sandy Borja

Miranda Calhoun

Gabriella Fonseca

Gina Giannotta

Tessa Nestasia

Michael Patchen

Olivia Powers

Hannah Richardson

Jessica Selvaggi-Landry

Jessie Shuby

Katelyn Witt

Mikayla Yatsko

Latent Fields of Vision

Latent Fields of Vision

March 21 - April 7, 2022

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Backyard Frankenthaler, by Suzanne Schireson

Night Studios: Suzanne Schireson

January 24 - March 3, 2022

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{289-182}: More Than a Number Exhibition

{#289-182}: More Than a Number

November 8, 2021 - December 3, 2021

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Diversity in Design Senior Exhibition

Art & Design Faculty Exhibition

September 22, 2021 - October 19, 2021

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Diversity in Design Senior Exhibition

Diversity in Design Senior Exhibition

April 30, 2018 - September 10, 2018

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Drawing In Space

Drawing In Space

April 4, 2018 - April 12, 2018

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What Makes America Great

What Makes America Great

October 26, 2017 - November 30, 2017

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New Faculty Exhibition

New Faculty Exhibition

September 27, 2017 - October 12, 2017

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