August 31–October 14
Address: FA208 (Griffith Fine Arts Building), 2222 Alumni Dr.
Hours: 12:30–5 p.m., Tues.–Fri.
Griffith Gallery provides 134 running feet of exhibition space (22’ × 54’ with 10’ ceiling). It is across the hall from SFA’s 1,000-seat Turner Auditorium, and is often open on nights of performances in Turner Auditorium.
Exhibitions for the 2015–2016 season
Christopher Troutman: Drawing and Narrative
“Re-Western”: Paintings and Sculpture of Felice House and Dana YoungerMarch 25–May 2
Billie Mandle: CircumferenceJanuary 27–March 13
La Univ. de ChihuahuaOctober 23–December 12
The Intaglio Prints of Thomas WoodAugust 28–October 17
Sixth Annual Pen & Pigment CollaborationMarch 21–April 18
Mauro Manetti, Harmonium, Selected WorksJanuary 16–March 7
Undefined Expectations: 1970s Era Prints by British ArtistsNovember 14–December 13
International Portrait Photography ExhibitionAugust 28–October 31
Fifth Annual Pen & Pigment CollaborationMarch 21–April 19
Contemporary Western ArtJanuary 17–March 8
Faculty Of The University Of DallasSeptember 14–November 9
Fourth Annual Pen & Pigment ShowMarch 21–April 20
Frank Dituri: Of things Not SeenFebruary 2–March 9
Pacific Rim Cultures: Artifacts and Art from Northwest America, Oceania, Melanesia, Asia and South AmericaSeptember 14–December 16
Third Annual Pen & Pigment ShowMarch 25–April 20
John Heliker: Drawings and SketchbooksNovember 19–March 5
A Forest Insect AlphabetNovember 19
Fired Up: Three Regional Artists Take a Contemporary Look at ClaySeptember 24–November 12