Seton presents a diverse array of 6-7 group and solo exhibitions each academic year in Dodds Hall at the University of New Haven. The calendar includes interdisciplinary projects and works by contemporary artists as well as groupings of student and faculty work.
The gallery is directed by Laura Marsh with the assistance of a small team of students employees and interns. It is a venue that serves a university community of diverse interests as well as the greater New Haven region.
Interested curators and artists are welcome to submit exhibition proposals to the gallery on a rolling basis.
While we are open to all types of exhibits, please bear in mind:
- We invite exhibition ideas that will engage the community in educational and/or creative programming.
- We exhibit local and regional artists more frequently that the works of those from farther away.
- We present group shows more often than solo shows.
- We particularly invite curators to propose engaging projects.
Art For Campus
The University of New Haven has an open call for art to be considered for permanent or temporary installation on campus. The University is interested in 2D artwork suitable for interior display and large-scale 3D work for outdoor installation. Our campus hosts more than 20,000 visitors annually.
If you wish to have your work considered either for Seton or one of our campus locations, please submit a single pdf of 5-10 artworks, artist statement, bio, and a proposal (note: all writing should be under 250 words). If the director and/or campus committee find that your work suits our themes and campus locations, you will be contacted by the director for a follow-up meeting or studio visit.