Cal Poly Art and Design Seniors Showcase Their Work in University Art Gallery Exhibit Through June 14
Gallery opening reception set for 5-7 p.m. Friday, May 31
SAN LUIS OBISPO — Cal Poly’s University Art Gallery will present “What the Wall Said,” featuring multi-disciplinary works by students graduating from the Art and Design Department, to run May 31 through June 14.
Graduating seniors with concentrations in studio art, photography and video, and graphic design will display their most accomplished and current work.
“This is your chance to witness the culmination and refinement of the variety of skills taught in the Art and Design Department,” Gallery Specialist Garet Zook said.
Twenty-one artists will be featured: Rachel Alman, of San Marcos, California; Kori Tyler Bartlett, of Houston; Victoria Berceau, of Salt Lake City; Riley Chapman, of San Jose, California; Christopher Dahl, of San Luis Obispo; Alexa De Cardenas, of Los Angeles; Melanie DelaCruz, of San Diego; Claire Ferguson, of Santa Cruz, California; Nick Imbriale, of Los Angeles; Devin Jane, of Del Mar, California; Elvis Li, of Fremont, California; Eva Olsen, of Los Altos Hills, California; Emily Musgrove, of Bonsall, California; Ian Pearman, of Sunnyvale, California; Kaiya Peralta, of Los Angeles; Linda Polley-Wald, of Arroyo Grande, California; Mary Powell, of San Clemente, California; Haley Sylvers, of Pasadena, California; Hannah Travis, of Temecula, California; Michelle Leigh Watson, of Cambria, California; and Grace Wodecki, of Monterey, California.
The exhibit will open with a reception at 5 p.m. Friday, May 31, in the University Art Gallery, located on the ground floor of the Dexter Building (No. 34). Light refreshments will be provided.
The gallery is free and open to the public from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.
About the Cal Poly University Art Gallery
The University Art Gallery is a venue for helping to nurture creativity, empathy, innovation, design skills, storytelling, and big-picture thinking by bringing bold thinkers, emerging and established artists, and creative professionals to campus. Providing a venue for five exhibitions each academic year, the University Art Gallery serves Cal Poly and the surrounding area. The gallery showcases nationally and internationally known artists, as well as student, alumni and faculty artwork.
Contact: Garet Zook
May 29, 2019