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Posted on October 28, 2015

‘Dystopia’ art exhibition
Nov. 12-24
Vulcan Gallery, inside Vulcan HallPainting of a chaotic landscape

The Department of Art and Design presents ‘Dystopia,’ an exhibition on display from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. weekdays through Nov. 24, in the Vulcan Gallery, on the first floor of Vulcan Hall.

Students, faculty, staff and alumni have submitted two- and three-dimensional artworks depicting scenes of dystopia or addressing dystopian themes. Readings, performances and musical events also were solicited for the show.  

Students from Advanced Drawing and Painting courses installed and curated the exhibition. Faculty members will judge the submissions, and exhibited works will be eligible for prizes and purchase awards.

Join us

The exhibition is open to the public. Admission is free. Parking is available in the Vulcan Garage, off Third Street near the campus entrance. 

Associated Artists is a student organization that has developed cooperative programs with amateur and collegiate art groups in Washington, Fayette and Allegheny counties.

Learn more

For more information, contact faculty members Maggy Aston (aston@calu.edu) or Todd Pinkham (pinkham@calu.edu), or Art Club officers Jackie Pedicord (PED3082@calu.edu) or Erica Yohmen (YOH3307@calu.edu).

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