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Interactive sound installation featured in Zuccaire Gallery’s 2020–21 exhibition “RECKONING”

The   Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery’s  current faculty exhibition “ RECKONING ” features works that draw upon collective experiences of our current times.  The topical exhibition, presented entirely online, includes art in a broad range of media. “ Rhumb-Line ” — an interactive sound installation — sheds light on “climate change, urbanization and habitat destruction” through spatial listening. .. read more

Stony Brook University artists address injustice in RECKONING: Student Digital Mural

Racial equality and police brutality have been especially prevalent topics this year. The resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement and petitions to   defund  the police have caused Americans to reconsider their personal values and how they align with the politics... read more  

SBU Collaborates with Village of Port Jefferson to Create Recycling Sculptures

The Village of Port Jefferson recently held a competition to design a series of sculptures in the Village for collecting recyclable materials and also to raise awareness about single-use plastics and the dangers of waste in aquatic ecosystems. Stony Brook University senior Michael Manning’s “Shellfish Recycling Bin” and Art Professor Nobuho Nagasawa’s “Sea Turtle” were the two winning designs ... read more

Reckoning: Faculty Exhibition 2020 Opens Online October 1

The  Zuccaire Gallery  presents an online Faculty Exhibition that opens on October 1 and features the work of Stony Brook University’s world-renowned faculty artists.   Reckoning  presents artwork created in 2020 that expresses a range of individual and collective experiences we are living through and the underlying conditions that have brought us to this crossroads... read more 

Statement on Diveristy and Inclusion

“Stony Brook University is fully committed to providing a just, equitable, and humane campus community through our service, activism, and pedagogy in both individual and collaborative efforts.” –Judi Brown Clarke, PhD, Chief Diversity Officer ... read more

Awards Presented for Senior Show and URECA 2020

The Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery is proud to present the winners of this year’s Senior Show and URECA Art Exhibition. Senior Show Awards are given by the Offices of the President, Dean of Students and Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, as well as the Staller Center for the Arts. URECA Awards are given by the Dean of Students and Gallery North ... read more

Virtual Options Keep Staller Center, Zuccaire Gallery Fans Engaged

The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic and the ensuing shutdown of large gatherings put a temporary end to the way we traditionally experience performance and visual art. But creative people beget creative solutions, and there is no shortage of either at Stony Brook University’s Staller Center for the Arts and Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery, the Fine Arts wing of Staller Center ... read more

SBU Cultural Leaders View Post-Pandemic Performing Arts

“Think about how much film, literature, music and visual arts people are consuming during their sheltering in place,” said Ken Weitzman, Associate Professor, Dramatic Writing, Stony Brook University Department of English. “What would this experience be right now without those things?” It’s ... read more

Online Student Art Exhibitions Opening on Zuccaire Gallery Website

PRESENCE | ABSENCE presents new work by Stony Brook University’s graduating Master of Fine Arts students, Julia Miller and Joseph Santarpia. Both artists are degree candidates in the Department of Art’s MFA program ... read more

Newsday: Stony Brook Gallery Showcases Senegalese Artists

Museum-goers expect to find labels identifying the artist, title and media of the works on view. What visitors to Stony Brook University’s Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery may not expect to see are descriptions they don’t understand ... read more

Greene Gazette: “Arts alive in summer”

In the middle of July, when many college students are back home for summer vacation, one might expect there’s not much to do on campus. But here at Stony Brook University, there are multiple possibilities ... read more

Newsday LI Arts: “A Class of Their Own”

Newsday LI Arts FOLD, FRAGMENT, FORUM: MFA Thesis Exhibition 2019 On view through April 18 … read more

Newsday LI Arts: Local artists are the subjects in Slide Slams

Painters, sculptors and graphic designers get to show an audience of influencers their works. Art lovers made their way to the Patchogue Arts Council’s second Slide Slam held in December at Stony Brook University’s Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery ... read more

SB STATESMAN: “Faculty Exhibition opens at Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery"

The Faculty Exhibition at the Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery opened on Wednesday, Oct. 17 with a variety of media and works of art from faculty members who are also recognized international artists. The exhibition includes paintings, drawings, sculptures ... read more

Greene Gazette: FACES & PLACES

Moviegoers attending the Stony Brook Film Festival this month are also in for a second visual treat. The Faces and Places: Photographs from the Kellerman Family exhibit at the Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery in the Staller Center runs parallel to the 10-day independent film festival, so attendees can visit while on campus ... read more

President’s Purchase Award and Staller Awards

The Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery is proud to present the winners of this year’s Senior Show awards. Stony Brook University President Samuel L. Stanley selected Happiness, an acrylic painting by Sohee Kim, for the President’s Purchase Award. This work … read more

Long Island Pulse: A Memorable Day of Art, Close to Home

Many of Long Island’s universities have a hidden perk: a stellar art museum. Despite high-quality works, elegant environments and proximity, local residents oftentimes forget they’re here, or don’t realize these cultural gems exist at all. Those who want to spend an afternoon exploring inspiring works of art ... read more

Exploring Art and Science with Art2Go

Port Jefferson’s Edna Louise Spear Elementary School fifth-graders learned about the interconnection of science and art in a recent kinetic art project with the Zuccaire Gallery ... read more

Art2Go: Fifth Graders Visit Gallery

As an extension to their studies, students from Port Jefferson’s Edna Louise Spear Elementary School fifth-grade art club had the chance to view unique works of art during a recent visit to the Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery at Stony Brook University’s Staller Center for the Arts ... read more

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