Studio Arts Faculty Present Their Work
Aug11

Studio Arts Faculty Present Their Work

Exhibit on view September 2 – 25, 2014 Reception: Thursday, September 4, 5 – 7 pm Gallery D101 and Gallery Courtyard Presentation by Brian Dick and Lisa Hutton, 7 pm in G101 PARKING IS FREE IN THE FACULTY LOTS ADJACENT AND ACROSS FOR THE FLAGPOLE. Join us to view artworks by the San Diego Mesa College studio arts faculty in a variety of media, sculpture, painting, digital, photography, printmaking, installation. Participating artists:...

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UC San Diego Students Exhibit Biology & Technology Inspired Art
Jun13

UC San Diego Students Exhibit Biology & Technology Inspired Art

Parking is FREE on reception night in the Faculty A Lots adjacent and across from the flagpole. Better Off Now is a group exhibition highlighting talented, young artists from the University of California, San Diego. The works in the exhibit show facets of distortion and isolation within our contemporary society. Better Off Now is the annual Undergraduate Art Show hosted by the San Diego Mesa College Art Gallery, featuring: Lawrence...

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397 Attendees Enjoyed the Spring 2014 Art Gallery Reception
Apr30

397 Attendees Enjoyed the Spring 2014 Art Gallery Reception

There was a great turnout at yesterday’s Spring 2014 Art Gallery Reception.  Art Director Alessandra Moctezuma informs about the show, “397 people came! I wonder if that’s a record. Pretty close.”

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Mexican Artist Debunks Pop-Culture’s Perception of Native Americans
Apr15

Mexican Artist Debunks Pop-Culture’s Perception of Native Americans

Half-Mexican, half-Luiseño, artist James Luna has an installation at the San Diego Mesa Art Gallery which launched on March 17 and will be running until this April 16.  His hilarious commentary mixes native art with modern pieces.  One of the most notable pieces, he calls a “performograph”, was a photograph collage entitled “Say Whaaat!” On the left we see a black and white photo of a typical Native American as we would imagine they...

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The supple ideas in “Lure” at Mesa College Art Gallery
Feb14

The supple ideas in “Lure” at Mesa College Art Gallery

CultureBuzz published an article about our “Lure” exhibit: Robert L. Pincus    |   February 14, 2014 A theme show featuring multiple artists needs a good and supple idea. Happily, Lure fits that description. Whether used as a verb or noun, lure is an alluring word. It also possesses a strong link to what art has to do to attract your attention in a world where so many other things are doing the same, in the name of...

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What Do You See in the Artwork?
Jan03

What Do You See in the Artwork?

Art is extremely subjective.  This video captures the varying perceptions of gallery attendees looking at artwork.  Their interpretations gives insight to how unique we all are as individuals.

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