MSJC Art Gallery | Current Exhibit
MSJC Annual Student Exhibition
April 29 – May 9, 2019
Tuesday, April 30, 4– 7 pm
Mt. San Jacinto
College Art Gallery is pleased to present FLY!, The MSJC
Annual Student Exhibition. This group show celebrates the immense talent
of the student artists at both the San Jacinto and Menifee
campuses. All artwork on display was created during the academic
year 2018/19 by students enrolled at Mt. San Jacinto College. Participating
artworks are nominated by instructors whose selection criteria are to represent
the best examples and a wide range of subject matter and media. The show
features the range of media that students learn at the school
including drawing, painting, two-dimensional and three-dimensional design,
ceramic arts, sculpture, bronze casting, photography and digital illustration.
This year we are announcing a special purchase award for
three stand out works from the exhibition.
The Presidential Award of Excellence.
MSJC President Dr. Roger Schultz has generously provided financial
support for the school to collect three artworks for the school’s growing art
collection. The winners will be
announced at the opening reception.
Student Art Show showcases the works of students who are developing their
creativity and technical skills at the community college level. Additionally,
this exhibition shows the diverse, individual outcomes of instructor and course
studio assignments. This exhibition is a valuable opportunity for students
to display their work in a professional gallery setting and receive feedback
from the greater community.
The title and theme
of this year’s exhibition FLY! The
work on display in the gallery are student works, but these students have
something to say! Their work is full of ideas, emotions, beauty and challenging
concepts. We encourage you to come and see this very exciting show by some of
our finest artists here at MSJC! We hope that the works in this show might send
your imagination soaring.
This exhibition is a
highlight of the year for the campus, students and surrounding
community. Please join us in celebrating these artistic expressions
by current students at MSJC! The gallery is free and open to the public.