November 10-Dec. 18
Cententary: John C. Ayres
Thursday, November 13, 5-7
**Guest Curator Reed Applegate talks at 5:30pm
"Together/Divided: A Couple Curates" David Hopper and Shari Maxson Hopper curate a collection of prints.
Curator's talk, with moderator Dr. Rachel Middleman:
November 6, 5:30
Rowland-Taylor Recital Hall
Future MONCA: Growing a Northern California Collection
Curated by Reed Applegate
Reception: Thursday, Nov. 13th
December 4 - Jan 3
Ellen Akimoto, Haley Hughes, Trevor Lalaguna Sienna Orlando Lalaguna and Brad Thiele reception:
December 19, 6-8pm
November 7-Dec. 7
Waterworks by Candy Mathews and Cynthia Sexton. Sculpture by Jim Woronow
Dia De Los Muertos:
Thru November 21
October 13-Nov. 6
Come create art with the Sharpie permanent marker, a classic artists & designer's tool. Supplies are provided and everyone is welcome!
Reception Thursday, Nov 6, 4-6pm
Laxson Fine Arts Gallery
Nov. 10 - Nov 20
Michael Hendrix, "Improved Vigilance"
Weds, November 12th, 4:30-5:30
Souvenir, by sculpture student Marie Collar. reception: Friday, Nov. 14th, 5pm
Tuesday, November 4:Paperwork is due in the Art office, Ayres 107, before 5pm.
Wednesday, November 12: Portfolio review will be at 5pm in Ayres 216.
Chico State Ceramics Sale
November 12-13, 9am-5pm Located in front of Siskiyou Hall
Call for Entries
BMU 3rd Floor Gallery is calling for entries for Spring 2015. Proposal forms can be found on their website. Forms are due November 11, 2014.
CSU Chico Public Art Call
The Campus Public Arts Committee is seeking an artist or artist team to create a permanent integrated public art work for two bridges to be installed on campus.
link here apply by November 7.
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