The Department of Art & Art History presents a weekly rotation of student exhibitions in our six student art galleries and ten display cabinets located in the Art Building and Industrial Studies Building. Artist receptions held every Tuesday evening, 6 - 8pm, following the Tuesday Night Lecture Series (5-6pm in Art Lecture Hall #133). All exhibitions are free and open to the public!
Student Exhibitions on view January 23 - 20, 2020*
Michelle Frey, Belcher Gallery, Art Building #131
Luisa Morco, Gallery 3, Art Building #112
Krisellynne Rulloda, Gallery 5, Art Building #107
Dirty Brushes Art Club, Gallery 8, Art Building #308
Jackelin Solorio, Black Gallery, Art Building #204
Fe Villaneueva, Herbert Sanders, Industrial Studies #236
The exhibition program at San Jose State University is one of the most extensive and diverse among art programs in California, providing an essential resource for every single class that the department offers, while also serving as a cultural and educational focal point for the entire University and the communities of Silicon Valley.
BA, BFA, and MFA students are required to exhibit their work in partial fulfillment of their degree requirements, resulting in some 150+ student exhibitions annually in the six student galleries, two performance/installation areas, and additional hallway spaces. This unique and extremely popular program of weekly exhibitions and opening receptions is an essential component of the students' academic experience.
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*Please note: Galleries are generally open from 11-5pm, however, these hours may vary depending on the student artist.