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Posted on March 27, 2015

An artist works on spatial dimensions. ‘SPACE’ art exhibition
8 a.m.-4 p.m. April 16-23
Vulcan Gallery

Opening reception
6-9 p.m. April 16

The Department of Art and Languages presents “SPACE,” an exhibition exploring spatial dimensions from microcosm to macrocosm.

Students from Advanced Drawing and Painting courses will install and curate the show. Faculty members will judge the submissions, and exhibited works will be eligible for prizes and purchase awards.

The exhibition is dedicated to the memory of Robert Potter, a former Cal U student who died in a skiing accident in February. Proceeds from the sale of many of the artworks on display will be donated to his family.

Call for submissions

Students, faculty, alumni and staff may submit artworks in any medium. Two entries per person are allowed.

Proposals for readings, performances or musical events also are invited.

Artworks (framed or matted and wired to hang), written works and abstracts for performance or musical pieces should be brought to the Vulcan Painting Studio, located on the second floor of Vulcan Hall, at noon April 10 -13.

Opening reception

The Associated Artists of California will host an opening reception at the gallery.

The free reception is open to the University community and the general public.  

Dozens of small drawings, watercolors, paintings and prints depicting campus views from the windows Old Main and Vulcan Hall will be offered for sale, along with architectural views of Old Main.

Learn more

For more information, contact faculty members Maggy Aston or Todd Pinkham, or Art Club president Shannon Drudy.