University Calendar of Events, Spring 2013
Thursday, February 28
Guest Artist Series: Yukiko Sekino, piano
Marvin Laser Recital Hall, LCH A103, on the CSUDH campus
University Art Gallery
2013 Gallery Exhibits
Continua in Light: A Video Installation by Cheryl Calleri and Thekla
Presented by the College of Arts and Humanities, co-sponsored by the Department of Theater and Dance. A video and sound installation by Northern California artists Cheryl Calleri and Thekla Hammond that encapsulates a continuum of light and sound. Two side-by-side projectors simultaneously run the video, one from the beginning of the continuum to the end, the other from the end of the continuum to the beginning. Then they reverse. The images are projected onto and through the scrims so they exist in multiple layers. The projected images overlap on the middle of the screen to create even more layers and deeper textures. Process, development, and change exist within the continuity of this video installation. This exhibition was organized by the Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum of Art.
Lost and Found: A North Sea Collatoration
February 6 - April 2, 2013
Opening reception: February 6, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
(Closed for Spring break March 25-30, 2013)
- Not in my Backyard: Urban Drawings by Jennifer Celio
- Bruce Irwin: The UnEarthed Paintings
- Recycled from the Sea: Claudio Garzon's PlasTiko-Bots
- Student Showcase: Design
This is a series of exhibits revolving around environmental issues. Central to the exhibits is a collaborative installation by artist Carl Reed and collector Thomas Claesson of found object art derived from materials discovered on islands lying off the west coast of Sweden. Bruce irwin and Claudio Garzon, like Carl Reed, also raise issues about the urge to collect, trash in the oceans and landfill, layers of time, recycling, and the blurred distinction between art that is found and art that is made. Jennifer Celio's detailed drawings sum up urban environmental issues including intrusive cell phone towers.
Presented by the College of Arts and Humanities, support for "Lost and Found: A North Sea Collaboration" is provided by the Instructionally Related Activities Committee of the Associated Students, Inc., CSU Dominguez Hills, and the Colorado College Art Department/Stillman Fund for Exhibitions.
Annual Student Art and Design Exhibitions
B.A. Graduates, Studio Art
April 15 - 25, 2013
Opening reception: April 15, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
B.A. Graduates, Design
May 6 - 16, 2013
Opening reception: May 6, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
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