Slater Concourse Gallery
Tufts community Gallery open to campus groups, faculty, staff,
students and alumni. Exhibitions rotate monthly and are awarded on a
first-come, first-served basis.
Deadline for a Summer/Fall semester exhibition is March 31st of the same year.
Deadline for a Spring semester exhibition is October
23 of the preceding year.
Please review the
Exhibition Guidelines and
Exhibitors review the
Installation Plan Form.
Contact Lissa Cramer via email for more information.
Current Slater Exhibitions
September 5-30, 2013
Returning military and civilian participants turn military fatigues
into hand-made paper then use it to create works of art that and
provide a therapeutic approach to veterans' reintegration into
society and address war-time experiences.
Organized by Tufts ALLIES, an undergraduate organization dedicated
to improving civilian-military relations through joint education,
research and training.
Upcoming Slater Exhibitions
October 1-31, 2013
Establishing Identity: The 20th Anniversary of The Tufts
University Latino Center
Founded in 1993 as the Hispanic American Center, this 20th anniversary
display documents the rich history, established identity, and traditions
the has established by the Latino Center on the Tufts campus.
Organized by Ruben Salino Sterns, Director, Latino Center
November 1-December 8, 2013
From These Streets: A Palestinian Refugee Perspective
What does it mean to be a photographer rooted in community?
This juried exhibition highlights the work of Mohammad Al-Azza, 23,
who was born and raised in a Palestinian refugee camp. Al-Azza's work
revolves around this community, showcasing its resources and chronicling
its conflicts and challenges. This exhibition tells a story about community
media, offers an opportunity for cross-cultural collaboration, and shares
a perspective on refugee life.
Organized by Anthropology Professor Amahl Bishara, in collaboration
with students in her seminar Media, the State, and the Senses.
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