Current Exhibition: "CONFERENCE CENTER—Artists and Designers on the Faculty at PCC"

October 2 - October 31, 2014

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Artists and designers on the faculty at Pasadena City College

At the Boone Family Art Gallery, Center for the Arts.

October 2 – 3, 2014.

Reception for the artists: Thursday, October 2, 12:30 – 1:30 PM 

"Conference Center" presents work by many of the professional artists and designers who are also faculty members in the Pasadena City College school of Visual, Media and Performing Arts.  

Comprising work by 37 artists and designers, the exhibition includes examples of ceramics, graphic design, painting, drawing, photography, printmaking and jewelry. The work on view reflects the diversity of approaches to art and design embedded in the educational offerings at PCC, and makes visible the extraordinary community of artists that the college has assembled.

The exhibition includes work by Craig Attebery, Stan Baden, Lynne Berman, Claudia Carballada, Eamon Conklin, Cherie Benner Davis, David DiMichele, Keiko Fukazawa, Jerry Graves, Coleman Griffith, Allen Harrison, Miyo Hernandez, J. Thomas Hunsucker, Brady Hunt, Walter W. Impert, Rebecca Kelly, Greg Kozaki, Anthony Lepore, Sandra Low, Yolanda Macias McKay, Maryrose C. Mendoza, Robin Mitchell, Valerie Mitchell, Nancy Monk, Alexis Moore, Jim Morphesis, Rick Osaka, Richard Parker, Roland Percey, Constance S. Pohlman, Carlos Ramirez, Rachel Roske, Sarah Rudd, Howard Schneider, Mahara T. Sinclaire, Poe Tan and Kay Yee.  

The exhibition will be a featured attraction at Pasadena City College during the semi-annual ArtNight Pasadena, on Friday, October 10, when the gallery will be open from 6 PM – 10 PM.  Additional events, including musical performances, a video screening and a live painting performance by John Kilduff, aka Mr. Let's Paint, will occur in and around the gallery on ArtNight.

BOONE FAMILY ART GALLERY HOURS: Monday through Thursday: 11:00 A.M. to 5 P.M; Friday: Noon to 4:00 P.M. Closed weekends and school holidays.

Gallery admission, reception and related events are all free of charge and open to the public.

On-campus parking is available in designated lots for $2.

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