Join us for All of the Above, an exhibition and capstone project featuring the artwork of students from our Professional Practices course for artists, ART143. Participating artists: Niloo Badri, Mary Church, Marcy Espejel, Gionni Gutierrez, Emma Knutson, Mike Miller, Annie Park, and Elijah Santiago.
Show run: May 17-26
Reception: May 20th, 4-8pm
Gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday 12-5pm
Come join us in celebrating our students in our annual Spring Student Showcase 2022. Boundless features the extraordinary work from Saddleback students in our art and design programs, including: drawing, painting, ceramics, photography, printmaking, 3-D design and more!
Don't miss the opening reception, where you can enjoy light refreshments with some of our art faculty.
Come and explore the gallery's next big show, featuring extraordinary work from Saddleback students in our art and design programs, including: drawing, painting, ceramics, photography, printmaking, 3-D design and more!
And don't miss the opening reception, where you can enjoy light refreshments with some of our art faculty.
Opening Reception Thursday, April 21, 5:00-8:00pm
GALLERY HOURS: Tuesday - Friday, 11am-5pm
Featuring artworks of recent Master of Fine Arts graduates from California State University Fullerton, California State University Long Beach, and San Diego State University, highlighting work from MFA thesis exhibitions of 2020/21 that were denied a public showing due to lock-downs. Saddleback College Art Gallery is proud to celebrate these 14 emerging artists and provide the space and time for their work to be enjoyed in-person by our students and local community.
Aaron Brown, Allison Holland, Briana Miyoko Stanley, Hui Tan, Jennifer Moore, Jordan Reeves, Kenna Dworsky, Kline Swonger, Matt Key, Meredith Habermann, Mirabel Wigon, Rodolfo Montalvo, Sage Serrano, and Sara Hassan Khani.
Show runs Feb. 25 - March 31
Opening Reception Friday, Feb. 25th 4-8 pm
Gallery Hours: M-Th, 11am - 5pm
(closed March 21-24, due to construction on campus during Spring Break)
Saddleback College Art Gallery presents Two Birds; One Stone, a collection of works by artist duo, RoCoCo.
The collaborative works by Bay Area artists Dr. KC Rosenberg and Modesto Covarrubias are, in many ways, conversations and exchanges of ideas between the two artists made tangible and tactile. The artists intentionally blur the lines of authorship in the art objects they create, at times passing them back and forth (as they did during the lockdown of the pandemic) and working together in each other’s studios to complete pieces. Both are mutually drawn to the ability of materials to transform and reassign meaning, not just in their assembly, but also in the space they occupy. Physical manifestations of forgiveness, expressing the anxieties of gentrification, or highlighting the way certain groups are systematically silenced are just some of the topics expressed in the work.
Show runs: Sept. 17th – Nov. 12th
Opening reception: Friday, Sept. 17th, 4-7 pm
Gallery Hours: Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri. 12-5pm (closed Wednesdays and weekends)
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Due to current COVID restrictions on campus, we are requiring the public to sign up for free tickets on Eventbrite to enter our exhibitions. If you are currently a registered student you'll be required to sign in at the door with your name and student ID#.
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Saddleback College Art Gallery in collaboration with the Recology Artist in Residence (AIR) Program is excited to announce Recalled to Nature, a virtual exhibition celebrating 30 years of artworks from this unique program where art is produced from discarded materials collected at the Recology San Francisco Transfer Station (“the dump”). The Recology AIR Program, founded by artist Jo Hansen in 1990, is dedicated to raising awareness around recycling and conserving our natural resources while promoting new ways of thinking about art and the environment.
Special thanks to the students in ARTH100: Art Gallery Display & Exhibition, who helped shape the exhibition and to student Sam Glaraga in particular for creating the show title.
Recalled to Nature - Virtual Exhibition
Recalled to Nature – Artist Panel Discussion - Registration
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