The SAS Gallery is hosting Empty Bowls, an exhibition of vessels created by SAS students. The show opens on April 6 and will remain on exhibition until Monday, April 25. The public is invited to a reception and ice cream social on Friday, April 22 from 6 p.m.-8 p.m at which time the bowls will be available for purchase with all proceeds going to Sewanee’s Community Action Committee (CAC), an outreach program of St. Mark & St. Paul Parish Church.
The SAS Gallery hosts a series of exhibitions, workshops, and special projects from August through June each year.
The exhibition schedule includes both solo and group exhibitions by regional artists and artists from across the nation. The goal of the gallery program is to introduce the community to a broad range of contemporary art and provide ongoing inspiration for the courses offered by the art department as well as other interdisciplinary curricula.
The SAS Gallery is located in the center of Simmonds Hall on the St. Andrew's-Sewanee School campus. Gallery hours are Monday - Friday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. and by appointment.
Annual Studio Tour
The first weekend of each December, the SAS Gallery hosts the the Tennessee Craft – South Holiday Studio Tour. Over 35 craft artists showcase a variety of fine craft, including pottery, wood furniture, wood carvings, books, jewelry, and many other handmade items in the gallery and welcome visitors to tour artists' studios in Sewanee and nearby Monteagle. SAS students and faculty display and sell their arts and crafts in the art studio adjacent to the gallery.