Anthony Roberts, Road to Connemara i, 2016, Photograph, Dimensions vary
Erik Bender, SUNK, 2016. Acrylic and Pigment on Panel. 9″ x 12″
Jessica Jacobo and CNM Team, Only Love: Bottle Test, 2017. Digital Animation, dimensions variable.
Caitlin Shumate, Chestnut Mare, 2016. Oil on canvas, 30″ x 40″.
Jensen Young, Self-Portrait in Fragments, 2016. Charcoal and chalk pastel, tape 42″ x 48″
nahkoura, Red #2, 2017. Acrylic paint on panel. 4 x 4″
Gabe Carr, OF.U.F.O, 2016. Plaster, styrofoam, visqueen plastic, wood, inkjet print, etching and screen print on rag paper, installation detail.
Taylor Renee, Sacramento, 2016. Acrylic on wood panel. 40” x 30″.
Irene Chen, Hunger Fix, 2016. Video (5:06)
The Worth Ryder Art Gallery is pleased to present Alternative Acts – The Spring 2017 Honors Studio Exhibition.
Each semester a select few art majors who are creating outstanding work are chosen for the Honor’s Studio Program by the Department of Art Practice Faculty. They are awarded access to a shared studio space in Wurster Hall, and at the end of each semester they prepare a project for exhibition in the gallery.
pro·lep·sis – (noun) 1. The representation of a thing as existing before it actually does. 2. An interjected scene that represent events in the future, a flashforward. 3. The anticipation and answering of possible objections in rhetorical speech.
The student artists of Professor Azin Seraj’s Media for Social Change exhibition will be presenting two multi-media installations that are both future-thinking and rooted in a critical analysis of existing structures and dynamics.
The recent election marks a turning point in American History. As a result of a divisive and contentious campaign, the country finds itself conflicted, grappling with issues ranging from race/class/gender/sexuality to gun violence, health care, and the environment, among many others. Given the realities of today, how can we re-imagine our collective future?
Please join us for an Opening Reception on Wednesday, April 12th, 2017.