Julian Scott Memorial Gallery

Julian Scott Memorial Gallery

Julian Scott Memorial Gallery

An airy, light-filled contemporary gallery located off the main lobby of Dibden Center for the Arts, the Julian Scott Memorial Gallery is Northern Vermont University’s main visual arts exhibit venue. It hosts exhibits by B.F.A. and M.F.A. art students as well as work by NVU faculty and visual artists from around the region and the world.

The gallery is named for one of Vermont’s most notable artists. Julian Scott (1846-1901) lived in Johnson and was a decorated soldier and a drummer during the Civil War as well as an accomplished painter and Civil War artist. One of his largest paintings of the Civil War, The Battle of Cedar Creek, graces the lobby of the Vermont State House in Montpelier.

Fall 2018 Exhibits

August 27-September 13, 2018
Soul Inscribed: The Art of Yako Prodis and Baba Israel
Multi-media graffiti and hip-hop art exhibit.

September 17-October 5, 2018
Sabrina Fadial – Outside Inside Out
Recent sculpture, drawing and installation art from Central Vermont artist Sabrina Fadial.

October 8-12, 2018: Fall Break (gallery closed)

October 15-November 2, 2018
Opening reception on Thursday, October 18 from 3-5 p.m.

M.F.A. Exhibit: Randa Morris – That’s Not Me

November 5-16, 2018
Opening reception on Wednesday, November 7 from 3-5 p.m.
M.F.A. Exhibit: Kathy Lovett – Nourish Soil & Soul

November 19-23, 2018-Thanksgiving Break (gallery closed)

November 26-December 14, 2018
Opening reception on Thursday, November 29 from 3-5 p.m.

B.F.A. Exhibit at the Julian Scott Gallery: Savanah Lescord, Kierstan Slater and Shastina Ann-Wallace

December 3-14, 2018
Opening reception at the VAC on Wednesday, December 5 from 3-5 p.m.

B.F.A. Exhibit at the Black Box Gallery: Luke Hungerford