Alfred University News

This Week in the Arts, April 29-May 6, 2023

Public events in the School of Art & Design + Performing Arts Division, week of April 28 - May 6, 2023. All events are free and open to the public.

Friday, April 28, 4:30pm Binns-Merrill Hall 134 (Painting Grad Studios) Randall Chair Vanessa (Van) Maltese Open Studio. Please join the division of Drawing, Painting, and Photography in celebrating the work of International Randall Chair Van Maltese. This open studio marks the culmination of the Toronto native's residency here at Alfred. 

Friday, April 28, 7:30pm Miller Theatre

Choral Concert

Saturday, April 29, 7:30pm  Miller Theatre 

Jazz Ensemble




Saturday, April 29, 4pm Harder Hall Room 225 Foundations Exhibition

Saturday, April 29, 6-8pm Fosdick-Nelson Gallery & Robert C. Turner Gallery MFA Thesis Exhibitions. On View April 29 – May 2

  • Shushank Shrestha Ceramic Art Fosdick-Nelson Gallery
  • Sean Kunz Ceramic Art Fosdick-Nelson Gallery
  • Javaria Ahmad Ceramic Art Robert C. Turner Gallery 
  • Victoria Walton Ceramic Art Robert C. Turner Gallery 

Gallery Talks May 1, 12:00 pm Zoom Register

Sunday, April 30, 3pm  Miller Theatre Student Recital

Tuesday, May 2, 11am  424 Harder Hall  2023 Art History Thesis Presentations! : Gabrielle Williamson: Goya’s Black Paintings: The Darkness of the World and Ronan Adams: Queer Operations on the Digital: a chronological reading of queer interactions with technology




Thursday, May 4, 6pm Seneca Street Gallery, 24 Seneca Street, Hornell, NY Different Wavelengths An Exhibition of Sculpture by Rhiannon Scheidt, Claire Cadorette + Heidi Mortensen in the Sculpture Dimensional Studies Division at the School of Art and Design at Alfred University.





Friday, May 5, 6-8pm Fosdick-Nelson Gallery MFA Thesis Exhibitions.

  • Jake Brodsky Ceramic Art Fosdick-Nelson Gallery
  • Paige O’Toole Ceramic Art Fosdick-Nelson Gallery

Saturday, May 6, 4-8pm Harder Hall, Binns-Merill Hall and Cohen Center Senior Shows BFA Exhibitions are held on campus and are free and open to the public. Family and visitors unable to join in person will be able to view the exhibitions through a live video tour. Register