Art Crawl March 28: Medieval Manuscripts, MFA Works, and Potatoes!

Art Crawl: March 28 from 3pm to 5pm (new date due to inclement weather)
Tour Special Collections, Alloway Gallery, Zuccaire Gallery and the Wang Center. RSVPs are not necessary. Join at any stop along the crawl!


Stony Brook University is host to a variety of renowned art galleries that provide unique environments for diverse cultural and artistic exchanges. Art Crawls unite our university galleries through a series of free, guided tours led by curators. This initiative directly supports the university’s commitment to celebrating diversity and positioning the university in the global community. The Fall 2017-Spring 2018 Art Crawls are supported by a Presidential Mini-Grant for Department Diversity Initiatives.


1 – 3pm to 3:20pm: Special Collections, Melville Library, Level 2 (mezzanine), E-2320
Unscattered Leaves: Fifty Original Leaves from Medieval Manuscripts, Western Europe, XII-XVI Century. View and learn about Special Collections, Stony Brook University Libraries’ unique set of medieval illuminated manuscripts.


2 – 3:25pm to 3:40pm: MFA student Katherine Kaiser, Lawrence Alloway Gallery, Melville Library, Level 1


3 – 3:40pm to 4:25pm: Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery, Staller Center
Time: MFA Thesis Exhibition 2018” features painting, drawing, installation and video works by Jasna BoudardKarine FalleniRazieh Jafari and Justin Roxo. All four artists are degree candidates in Stony Brook University Department of Art’s Master of Fine Arts program.


4 – 4:30pm to 5pm: Charles B. Wang Center
Jeffrey Allen Price, the co-curator of “Potasia: Potatoism in the East” will guide visitors through the current exhibition. Reception will follow at the Charles B. Wang Center.

Leaf 15: “Missal: Missale Bellovacense.” Latin, 13th century. Otto F. Ege: Fifty Original Leaves from Medieval Manuscripts.

Leaf 15: “Missal: Missale Bellovacense.” Latin, 13th century. Otto F. Ege: Fifty Original Leaves from Medieval Manuscripts.

"Time: MFA Thesis Exhibition 2018"

“Time: MFA Thesis Exhibition 2018”

Exhibition, "Potasia: Potatoism in the East." Charles B. Wang Center, Stony Brook University, 2018.

“Potasia: Potatoism in the East”

Kristen Nyitray

Kristen Nyitray

Associate Librarian; Director, Special Collections and University Archives; and University Archivist at Stony Brook University Libraries
Contact her for research assistance with rare books, manuscript collections, historical maps, and SBU history. E-mail:
Kristen Nyitray
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