Delaware Valley University is pleased to announce the creation of a gallery located on the second floor of the Life Sciences Building. The gallery will exhibit the work of regional artists through a series of rotating exhibitions. We hope to engage the campus and community with our upcoming exhibits!

Emily Thompson: Urban Archeology March 3-31  

Emily Thompson is an award-winning artist from the region and we are pleased to showcase her work in our inaugural exhibit. The opening reception corresponds with the DelVal Symphonic and Jazz Band’s March 3 concert. Inspired by Thompson’s paintings, which explore the beauty of urban surroundings, the concert will feature works such as Aaron Copland’s “Quiet City” and jazz classics such as “Harlem Nocturne,” which evoke the sounds and moods of the City. 
The Concert begins at 7 p.m. and a reception for the artist will follow in the LSB Atrium, second floor. 

Juried Student Photography April 5-June 25

This juried exhibition will showcase the work of DelVal photography students.

First, second and third prizes will be awarded. Join us as we present our first juried student awards.

Reception and awards ceremony at 4 p.m. on Thursday, April 5, LSB Atrium, second floor.