Campus Life

Art Gallery

The Saint Mary's Gallery focuses on contemporary art, and features both emerging and established artists.

We show between five and eight new exhibitions every year. We also frequently host panels, lectures, and artists' presentations.

Exhibitions

Current Exhibition

AgitProp: Soviet Propaganda 1905-1945

Curated by Emily Davidson & Nicole Marcoux

Please join us for the opening reception Friday, 16 June, 8 pm


N. Dolgorukov, This is Our Russian Katyusha - Hitler Sings for the Rest, 1975 

 Image: N. Dolgorukov, This is Our Russian Katyusha - Hitler Sings for the Rest, 1975

Exhibition on view: 17 June – 30 July 2017

Public Lecture with Dr. Susanna Weygandt: Thursday, 6 July, 7 pm

Revolution Revolution Artist Performance: Friday, 14 July, 6 pm

 

Explore this exhibition


 

Upcoming Exhibitions

 

Steve Wadden: Forged

9 September - 12 November 2017

Opening Reception: Friday, 8 September, 8 pm

 


 

Our Permanent Collection

Our permanent collection contains over 2500 works, including such contemporary artists as Marlene Creates, Peter Dykhuis, Gerald Ferguson, Lorraine Field, Jamelie Hassan, Charlotte Lindgren, Camille Zakharia and Matt Wedel.

Learn more.

Hours and Contact Information

The Gallery is located on the 1st floor of the Loyola Academic Complex on the Saint Mary’s University Campus, accessible from Gorsebrook Avenue off Robie Street south of the McNally Building.

Admission is free. 


Hours of OperationTuesday to Friday 11am - 5pm
Saturday & Sunday 12pm - 5pm
Closed Mondays and holidays

Please see the Exhibitions page for our schedule. The gallery is closed for installation between exhibitions. Our offices are open, but please call or email ahead.

General Information

Phone: 902.420.5445

Email: gallery@smu.ca
See our Contacts page for our staff list and shipping address.

Keep up with us on Social Media
Facebook: facebook.com/SMUartgallery/
Twitter: @SMUgallery
Instagram: @smugallery

All of our exhibitions and associated programmes receive significant support from the Canada Council for the Arts and the Halifax Regional Municipality.