ART DEPARTMENT HUNTS FOR ANIMAL-THEMED ARTWORK

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Posted on March 26, 2014

Submissions are being accepted through April 10 for Animalia: From the Mythic to the Microscopic, a multi-disciplinary exhibition exploring the animal kingdom from a variety of cultural and historical perspectives.

Cal U students, faculty, staff and alumni may submit works of art in all media, including visual art, literature and performance pieces. Two entries per person are allowed.

Artists should bring visual art (framed or matted and ready to hang), written works and/or abstracts for performances to the Vulcan Gallery no later than 11 a.m. April 10.

Students from the Biological Illustration and Painting courses will install and curate the exhibition. A panel of faculty judges will award prizes; all submissions are eligible for consideration. 

The artworks will be on display from April 17-24 in the gallery, on the first floor of Vulcan Hall.

The Associated Artists of California will host an opening reception with food and live music from 6-9 p.m. April 17.

For more information about submissions, please contact faculty members Maggy Aston (aston@calu.edu) or Todd Pinkham (pinkham@calu.edu) of the Department of Art and Design, or Art Club President Shannon Drudy at DRU5424@calu.edu.

A student sketches in a notebook in Vulcan Hall.