Join Us on the Art Crawl: Wednesday March 27 from 12pm to 3pm

Don’t miss these free guided tours of campus galleries! The spring 2024 Art Crawl will be held on Wednesday, March 27 from 12pm to 3pm. Registration for the Art Crawl is not required, and you can join us at any point along the route.

Stony Brook University hosts a variety of renowned art galleries that provide unique spaces and opportunities for cultural and artistic exchanges and collaborations. Our art crawls unite our university’s galleries through a series of free guided tours led by expert curators.

 Artwork exhibited in The Artist's Perspective: Reflections and Connections Curated by Grace Collins, Class of 2024. Melville Library, Central Reading Room.
Artwork exhibited in The Artist’s Perspective: Reflections and Connections. Curated by Grace Collins, Class of 2024. Melville Library, Central Reading Room.


12pm | Charles B. Wang Center, Skylight Gallery 
John W. Winkler: The Chinatown Etchings explores forgotten scenes of San Francisco’s Chinatown from 1916 to 1923. Through John W. Winkler’s exceptional etchings, the exhibition unveils a crucial chapter in early Chinese immigration history in the United States.

12:30pm | Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery, Staller Center for the Arts, Level 1
Poor Housekeeping: MFA Thesis Exhibition 2024 presents work by Stony Brook University’s seven graduating Master of Fine Arts students. The exhibition features new painting, sculpture, video, digital and installation art.

1:15pm | Latin American & Caribbean Studies Center Gallery, Social and Behavioral Sciences (SBS), N-320, Level 3
This year LACS celebrates its 30th year of existence at Stony Brook! On view will be LACS memorabilia from the past three decades, including selections from past art exhibits, photographs, mementos, and newspaper coverage of the Center’s impact serving Latin American and Caribbean communities and their allies on campus and on Long Island.

2pm | Melville Library, Central Reading Room, Level 1
The Artist’s Perspective: Reflections and Connections
Curated by Grace Collins, Class of 2024
“Explore ‘The Artist’s Perspective,’ an exhibition featuring Stony Brook University art students’ personal reflections through portraits and their intricate connections to the natural world. Experience the artists’ reflections and stories in the Central Reading Room, and witness their meaningful connections in the second floor in the North Reading Room of the Melville Library.”
Note: this gallery talk will focus on artwork exhibited in the Central Reading Room.

2:30pm | Simons Center Gallery, Simons Center for Geometry and Physics, Level 1
Selections from the Collection 
Curated by Lorraine Walsh
The Simons Center will exhibit new acquisitions alongside older artwork in the SCGP collection. Varied media including prints, drawings, photography, textiles, and sculpture will be on display in the gallery.

SBU Maps & Directions 
Parking (fees apply) is available in the Administration Park Garage (stops #1-4) and the Simons Center (stop #5). It is about a 6 minute drive between the two parking lots. Accessible parking is available at both parking locations.

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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