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Morton J. May Foundation Gallery

Located in the Maryville University Library – please see library for gallery hours.

2015-2016 Schedule

Faculty Exhibit 2015Faculty Exhibit 2015

On View: September 3 – October 2, 2015
Opening Reception: September 18, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Celebrating:
Steven Teczar

Join us in celebrating with Steven Teczar as he retires after 3 decades at Maryville University.  Connect with Maryville faculty and view their latest pieces in the gallery.

Moving On

presented by Sharp Shooters

On View: October 8 – November 6, 2015
Opening Reception: October 8, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
*Gallery talk with artists at 6 p.m.

Speaking of Fibers? 2015Fibers

On View: November 12 – December 16, 2015
Opening Reception:November 12, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Featuring:
Shirley A. Boudreaux, Christine Copenhaver,
Kacey Cowdery, Tracy Deniszczuk, Sharon Eley,
Suxy Farren, Carlene Fullerton, Candyce Grisham, Lisa Hinrichs, Laura Saundrs Kaiser, Polly Sievert King, Suzanne Galli Koenen, Sandy Kolde, Kelly Larson, Deb lewis, Barrie S. T. Mason, Shirley Eley Nachtrieb,
Pat Owoc, Mandy Pedigo, Sue Penrod, Nadine Potter, Debbie Ross, Ronda Schrum, Jenny Sennott,
Barbara Simon, Leandra Spangler, Janet Frazee Wade, Jennifer A. Wax, Jennifer Weigel, Dahven White,
Suza Wooldridge, Barabara A. Zappulla.

Maryville University and the Missouri Fiber Artists (MoFA) join together to present Speaking of Fibers! 2015, with Sandy Webster, juror. This national fiber/textile exhibition is held in conjunction with Innovations in Textiles 10, a regional collaborative event celebrating fiber art. Works will be on display from November 12 through December 16, 2015, in the gallery.

MoFA Missouri Fiber Artists

Innovations

Body Image

Body of Work: The Art of Eating Disorder Recovery
with Judith Shaw

On View: January 19 – February 26, 2016
Opening Reception: January 21, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

 

BFA Studio Art Senior Exhibit

On View: April 11 – May 13, 2016
Opening Reception: April 14, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

 

Morton J. May Foundation Gallery

The late St. Louis businessman and philanthropist, Morton D. May, once exhibited his photographs at Maryville. He later established the Morton J. May Foundation Gallery on campus, in his father’s name. Recently relocated to the first floor of the University Library, the Gallery comprises two contemporary rooms of open floor and wall space. Two regional or national artists are typically shown each semester, through exhibits that may include painting, drawing, prints, sculpture, metalwork, photography, illustration and more.

Each spring, seniors graduating with a BFA in studio art have an exhibit and in the summer months, the Gallery often features selected artwork of other talented Maryville students.