August 29 – October 12, 2019
Artist Talk: Thursday, August 29, 5:30pm, PAC 134
Exhibition Reception and Gallery Talk: Thursday, September 19, 5:30pm
Based in San Francisco since the 1970s, Bernie Lubell (b. 1947) creates interactive sculptural installations based on his studies in psychology and engineering. The work explores the relationship between humans and machines, where viewers become active participants. Lubell’s projects have included a stone-age digital computer, a rainstorm of chaos and nostalgia, a phone booth-confessional communications network, and a simulation of the human heart as mechanical device.
A Painting Show
October 24 – December 14, 2019
Artist Talk and Reception: Thursday, October 24, 5:30pm, PAC 134
A Painting Showinvestigates the diverse strategies emerging in contemporary painting. Highlighting work by California artists, the exhibition reveals an energized proliferation of an age-old media that has been influenced by digital technology, the history of abstraction, installation art, as well as social and political concerns.
January 30 – March 14, 2020
Artist Talk and Reception: Thursday January 30, 5:30pm, Zingg Recital Hall
Working primarily in ceramics, Bay Area artist Cathy Lu explores trans-cultural experiences through the appropriation and decontextualization of traditional Chinese art and its perception in the West. For the Jacki Headley Gallery, Lu will be creating a large-scale ceramics installation inspired by the ancient Chinese myth of the Immortal Peach Garden and its biblical counterpart the Garden of Eden.
MFA Culminating Exhibition: Jory Harms
March 30 – April 4, 2020
Artist Talk and Reception: Thursday, April 2, 5:30pm
Presenting new sculpture by Master of Fine Arts candidate Jory Harms.
65thAnnual Juried Student Exhibition
April 20 – May 16, 2020
Juror Talk: Thursday, April 9, 5:30pm, PAC 134
Awards Ceremony and Reception: Thursday, April 30, 5pm, PAC 134
The Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition features works submitted by Chico State art students and selected by a guest juror. A highly anticipated event, the exhibition presents a range of approaches, concepts, and materials, including ceramics, painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, and digital media.
Gallery Hours: Monday – Saturday, noon-4pm
Campus: Arts and Humanities Building, Room 121
Exhibits are free and open to the public.
The exhibition program is supported by the College of Humanities and Fine Arts, Instructionally Related Activities fees, Student Learning Fees, grants, and the generosity of donors and sponsors.