The Marlin and Regina Miller Gallery

Gallery Exhibition Schedule : Fall 2023 - Summer 2024

altered aluminum ruler with inaacurate measurements

RIck Salafia, "Instrument No. 30", aluminum


September 7-October 8, 2023

Opening reception, Thursday September 7, 4-6pm

This exhibition features artwork from all faculty in the College of Visual & Performing Arts; highlighting the award-winning faculty that teach in animation, cinema, design, studio arts, and art education.

small sculpure of a bald man inside an miniature prison cell, a qr code hangs from his neck and striped are painted on his skin

Mark Francis, "Just Another Number" 2012 , paper mâché made from toilet paper and ramen noodles

Adam delmarcelle and "Artist as witness"

Dates:  October 26 – December 16, 2023

Reception: Thursday October 26, 4-6pm

Sue Coe and Adam DelMarcelle lecture, Thursday Oct 26, 6:30pm, Sharadin lecture hall 120

KU’s Animated Arts program presents an exhibition of artwork around the concept of "Artist as Witness", curated by designer Adam DelMarcelle.  The collection includes work by James Baldwin, Emory Douglas, Purvis Young, Jacob Lawrence, Leopoldo Mendez, Adrian Piper, Sue Coe, Eric Avery, Francisco Goya, Fitriani Dwi Kurniasih (Fitri DK), Matthew Clay-Robison, HN Werkman, John Heartfield, Brick x Brick Collective, Frans Masereel and others. This exhibition addresses the idea of how art can facilitate discussion about complex issues such as mental health, addiction, and art as a form of protest. This exhibition will also feature original artwork made KU Animation and Creative Writing students.

image of Sue Coe in her studio holding up a print

Friday Oct 27, 11am, Printmaking Studio

Sue Coe is a contemporary English artist, noted for her intensely political graphic illustrations and activism. Born on November 28, 1951 in Staffordshire, England, she grew up near a slaughterhouse, which instilled in the artist a lifelong passion for animal rights activism. This political sensibility characterizes Coe’s work, which often explicitly makes animal rights and other social issues its central subject. Along with her investigation of cruelty against animals, Coe has also explored topics such as sweatshops, prisons, AIDS, war, and anticapitalism throughout her work. Her illustrations have appeared in a wide variety of publications, including The New York Times, The Nation, Entertainment Weekly, The Progressive, The New Yorker, Rolling Stone and Artforum. She lives and works in upstate New York.


logo for the Scholastic Art Awards
East  Central  PA  Scholastic  Art Awards
KU  Arts  Society  P.L.A.Y. Initiative

Dates of exhibition in the Miller Gallery : Feb 17 - March 3, 2024

Dates of Award Ceremony in Schaeffer Auditorium : Sunday February 25, 2-3pm in Schaeffer Auditorium

Join us as we celebrate the 2023 Scholastic Art Awards! KU welcomes the winners of this highly competitive juried award program for students in grades 7-12 in Berks, Carbon, Lehigh, and Northampton counties.

2024 East Central Scholastic Art Awards 3D-exhibit

For more info :

overview of Miller gallery group image of multiple works in the Senior Exhibition
Senior  Exhibition  Cycle

March 23 – May 11, 2024

Best of 2024

June 3 - August 2

Featuring select works from all visual arts graduates.