The Mahady Gallery is a spacious and dramatic setting for the display of contemporary artwork. Throughout the year, the gallery offers a variety of group and solo shows by visiting artists, juried regional competitions, faculty exhibits, student shows, and curated national exhibitions.
The gallery hosts the annual Scholastic Art Awards and the popular Art Faculty Biennial. Featured exhibitions are accompanied by artists' slide presentations, gallery talks, studio visits, and demonstrations.
The Mahady Gallery is located on the first floor of the Shields Center for Visual Arts.
Group exhibition features the thesis work of Laura Duerwald Alexander (MFA painting), Amani Ashour (MA printmaking), Kristie Miller McMahon (MA sculpture), and Mary Sadauckas (MA ceramics).
Reception: May 2, 5–7 PMread more
The class of 2015 presents their ART! Group exhibition of undergraduate art students receiving bachelor of arts and fine arts degrees in art education, art therapy, graphic design, illustration, and painting.
Reception: March 28, 2–4 PMread more
Popular exhibition features the Gold and Silver Key award–winning work by junior high and high school students from the Northeastern Pennsylvania art region. The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards were founded in 1923 and have inspired bold ideas in creative teens throughout the country for... read more
Group exhibition features Nada Alsharyoufi (MFA ceramics), Gina Rose Barone (MFA sculpture), Ehab Kamal Mogheeth (MA ceramics), Stephen Roberts (MFA painting), and Melissa Wollmering (MFA printmaking).
Artists' reception: December 6, 5–7 PMread more
FLIGHT of FANCY
Photographic Imagery of Reality in Imaginary Worlds by Chala Jan
Chala Janpraphasakul’s body of photography work focuses on her story–telling qualities and the visual dynamic essence that she invokes in a viewer’s perception... read more
CONSIDERING THE KYLIX: Contemporary Interpretations of a Classical Form
The multi–disciplinary, invitational exhibition is curated by Maleyne M. Syracuse in conjunction with Peters Valley School of Craft. The kylix, the original ceremonial wine cup, first appeared as ... read more
Marywood University Art Galleries
|Shields Center for Visual Arts
2300 Adams Avenue
Scranton, PA 18509-1598