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SDSU Downtown Gallery Event Thursday, September 15, 5pm – 8pm Join us to celebrate the opening of With Abandon: Works by SDSU Alumni 2011 – 2016. The exhibition is guest-curated by Ginger Shulick Porcella, Executive Director, San Diego Art Institute and shares five years of work from the SDSU School of Art + Design alumni. Surveying approaches [ ]
Sep 15, 2016 Nov 06, 2016
(Above Image: Marisa Scheinfeld, Coffee Shop, Grossinger s Catskill Resort and Hotel, Liberty, NY; chromogenic print; courtesy of the artist) SDSU Downtown Gallery Event September 15 – November 6, 2016 Thursday through Monday 11:00am – 4:00pm With Abandon: Works by SDSU Alumni 2011 2016 shares five years of work from the SDSU School of Art + Design [ ]
(Above Image: Steve Breen Suicide Vest, 2015 Ink on paper ©Steve Breen, Courtesy of the artist and The San Diego Union-Tribune) SDSU Downtown Gallery Event Join us for an exclusive preview event celebrating Party Lines: The History, Art, and Politics of Editorial Cartoons. Mix mingle while watching a special live-drawing presentation from The San [ ]
SDSU Downtown Gallery Event Join us to celebrate the opening of Party Lines: The History, Art, and Politics of Editorial Cartoons, which examines an art form that brings awareness to political and social issues. Party Lines display over four decades of cartoons created during presidential election years, from past races to 2016, through multiple perspectives. [ ]
SDSU Downtown Gallery Event Thursday through Monday, 11:00am – 4:00pm (closed Tuesday and Wednesday) The SDSU Downtown Gallery presents Party Lines: The History, Art, and Politics of Editorial Cartoons, an exhibition highlighting the work of Pulitzer Prize-winning political cartoonists and their contemporaries. The exhibition focuses on over four decades of cartoons created during presidential election [ ]
SDSU Downtown Gallery Event Join us to celebrate the opening of Cathedrals, a site-specific, multi-sensory installation by San Francisco Bay-area artist, Jeff Ray. The exhibition continues Ray’s exploration of the intersection between nature and architecture. Mix and mingle with the artist. Guests will enjoy a unique musical performance by Jeff Ray as part of the program. [ ]
SDSU Downtown Gallery Event Thursday through Monday, 11:00am – 4:00pm (closed Tuesday and Wednesday) Cathedrals is a site-specific, multi-sensory installation by San Francisco Bay-area artist, Jeff Ray. The exhibition continues Ray’s exploration of the intersection between nature and architecture. He reimagines familiar surroundings and structures such as cathedrals and coastal bunkers as monuments, taking us on [ ]
Study Art Abroad in France with Professor Eva Struble. No art experience necessary!
Join us to celebrate the opening of Energy: Made in Form, a group exhibition exploring the intangible concept of energy, visualized through the creative process. Varying approaches examine the amount of energy required in creating art, energy as a social issue and energy as a state of being.
Energy: Made in Form is inspired by San Diego State University’s current campus-wide Common Experience theme “Experience Energy”. From 19th century technology to handmade craft and the fantasy of science fiction, the exhibition explores the intangible concept of energy, visualized through the creative process.
The School of Art + Design will be installing a historic mural with the help of local artist Mario Torero. Click here to find out more about the mural construction and unveiling reception!
Nov 20, 2015 Nov 20, 2015
Friday, November 20, join us for a lecture by A. McClean Emenegger to hear directly from a creative field professional about what it takes to have a successful visual arts career. If you are interested in a creative career outside of college, this lecture is for you!
In response to the challenge to create an immersive environment for the CONNECT Design Competition at SOFA Chicago, SDSU s Furniture Design and Woodworking graduate seminar class has created a space exploring ideas of mobility, inhabitation, creativity, display, and commerce.
SDSU Downtown Gallery Event Performance by the Hausmann String Quartet and the SDSU Writers’ Collaborative Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Presence: Selections from the Matthew and Iris Strauss Family Foundation Collection November 13, 6:00pm In response to the artworks included in Presence: Selections from the Matthew and Iris Strauss Family Foundation Collection, this music and spoken-word performance will [ ]
SDSU Downtown Gallery Event Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Presence: Selections from the Matthew and Iris Strauss Family Foundation Collection November 19, 6:00pm Matthew and Iris Strauss are among San Diego County s most important patrons of the arts. In addition to assembling an impressive private collection of noteworthy international artworks, they have developed a Family Foundation [ ]
The sale will feature work by students and alumni of the nationally ranked SDSU Jewelry and Ceramics programs.
From a nineteenth-century ukiyo-e woodblock print to video documentation of a contemporary performance, the Matthew and Iris Strauss Family Foundation Collection comprises a compelling range of noteworthy international art. A thematic selection of the Foundation’s holdings is brought together for the San Diego community in Presence, the focus of which is images of women. Incorporating either the female figure itself or women’s apparel as surrogate for the female body, the works in the exhibition manifest a breadth of physical, psychological, social and political states of being. Exploring this diversity of female identity with a variety of media and from a global perspective, Presence features painting, printmaking, photography, installation, fiber art and video from Argentina, China, Britain, Italy, Japan, Norway, Pakistan, Sweden, and the United States.
The SDSU School of Art + Design is proud to present, A Long Engagement: Wendy Maruyama and Her Students. One of the most talked about shows of the fall is coming to you soon! The School of Art + Design is hosting a show featuring the work of over 30 SDSU Alumni and current graduate students from the Furniture Design and Woodworking Program.
Here is a list of just some of the many visiting artist the school will be hosting this fall! We have some really exciting talks lined up and more to come!
A special luncheon held in the honor of esteemed, world-renowned faculty artist, Wendy Maruyama