Celebrating 40 years!
The DŌSHI Center for Contemporary Art, founded by Maya Schock in Harrisburg in 1972, was incorporated into the operations of the Susquehanna Art Museum in 1997. In spirit with the mission of the original DŌSHI Center (named for a Japanese word meaning “brotherhood”), the DŌSHI Gallery provides a venue for emerging and established Pennsylvania artists to exhibit their work, explore new ideas, and develop a dialogue with the Museum and the community.
The DŌSHI Gallery features about ten exhibits per year. All of the works exhibited are chosen by a panel of jurors, and a majority of the works on display are available for purchase.
Invitations for juried thematic group exhibits are sent periodically to members, so if you are interested in them, become a Museum member today!
2012 DŌSHI Exhibit Schedule
|February 12 – July 15, 2012
February 12, 2-4pm
|Art is an entrée, not a dessert.
Juried Group Exhibition at The State Museum of Pennsylvania