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Community Matters: SJSU Alumni in San Jose

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Untitled, 2010 Pigment Print 40" X 50" © Ron Garavaglia
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Subjugated series, 2012 Sumi Ink On Aluminum 3 72" X 30" © Barbara Horiuchi
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Becoming Oil On Canvas 48" X 48" © Gloria Huet
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© Steve Davis
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Chicken of the Sea Ceramics © Wesley Wright
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Posterity, 2011 Ceramics 26 X 12 X 18 Inches © Avery Palmer
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Ripon Ceramics © Randy Bricco
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Glass © Jonathan Yao
Community Matters: SJSU Alumni in San Jose
Curated by: Robin Treen

200 East Santa Clara Street
San Jose, California 95113
June 1st, 2014 - October 1st, 2014
Opening: June 1st, 2014 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
other
OPEN HOURS:  
Monday - Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm
SCHOOL ASSOCIATION:  
San José State University
TAGS:  
painting, figurative, digital, drawing, sculpture, photography, mixed-media
COST:  
Free

DESCRIPTION

In 2011, San Jose State University’s Department of Art and Art History celebrated its centennial anniversary, an occasion that has been marked with a series of exhibitions, programs and projects, both on and off campus. Community Matters: SJSU Alumni in San Jose is the last in a series of exhibitions that were created to showcase the Art Department’s long history, to celebrate a century’s worth of achievements, and to welcome the next one hundred years of artistic endeavor and innovation.

Community Matters: SJSU Alumni in San Jose is part of the City Hall Exhibitions Program established to provide the temporary display of artwork and artifacts in San Jose City Hall. The purpose of the program is to enliven the City Hall, to celebrate the creative and diverse community of San Jose, and to engage the public. A project of the Public Art Program, San Jose Office of Cultural Affairs.

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