Special to the Herald
NEW BRITAIN - The Central Connecticut State University Art Department will hold its first gallery exhibit of 2018-19, the Faculty Exhibition, on Sept. 6.
The Faculty Exhibition will be the first of at least three major art exhibits featured at the university in the fall semester, according to the Art Department’s web page.
The opening reception will be on Sept. 6 from 4 to 7 p.m. in the Maloney Hall Art Gallery, on the second floor of Maloney Hall. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Previous exhibitions held at CCSU have included works from not only students, but artists from all over the country.
The CCSU art gallery “has had the pleasure of showing artists ranging from CCSU alumni to West Coast folk artists, from cutting-edge New York artists to such acclaimed artists as Philip Pearlstein, Faith Ringgold and Judy Chicago,” according to uts web page.
The gallery will be open to the general public at no cost Monday through Friday between 1 and 4 p.m.
Additional visits outside the gallery’s regular scheduled hours may be arranged by contacting the gallery.
Free parking is available to visitors and directions can be found on the Art Department’s website.
Anyone is able to submit their artwork or show proposal to the CCSU Art Gallery by email or mail. The gallery requests that jpeg images be submitted on a CD if mailed.
Donations to the Art Department can be made to the CCSU Foundation at 860-832-1767.
This exhibition will conclude on Oct. 4. Future Art Department exhibitions and dates will be announced later in the year.
To view artist lecture dates and for more information on the Faculty Exhibition and future programs, visit .