TWOTRUTHS&ALIE FeaturingWeegee,ZoeCrosher, andJessamynLovell AUGUST 21–SEPTEMBER 30 Two Truths & A Lie explores photography’s role as the arbiter of truth through the work of famed news photographer Weegee (Arthur Fellig) and his influence on the contemporary art practices of Zoe Crosher and Jessamyn Lovell. PERFORMANCESPACE OCTOBER 9–21 Takingplaceinthegalleryandinvarioussites aroundcampus,invitedartistsandselected studentsfromtheartdepartmentengage thepublicthroughaseriesofinteractiveand socially-engagedperformanceworks. Zoe Crosher | Test for Uniqued No.2, 2015 Metallic C-Print REVOLUTIONIZINGTHE WORLD:TheRussianRevolution atitsCentenary,1917–2017 JANUARY 29–MARCH 17 Revolutionizing the World: The Russian Revolution at its Centenary, 1917–2017 features ephemera and cultural objects from the collection of the Wende Museum of the Cold War, the Getty Museum, and the Center for the Study of Political Graphics, exploring the visual history of the Russian Revolution of 1917 and the global impact of this historical event in the 20th century. Presented in collaboration with the History Department. MFATHESISEXHIBITIONS APRIL 2–6 Culminating exhibitions by Masters of Fine Arts candidates. 63rdANNUALJURIED STUDENTEXHIBITION APRIL 23–MAY 12 The Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition features works submitted by Chico State art students and selected by a guest juror. A highly anticipated event, the exhibition presents an impressive range of approaches, concepts, and media, including ceramics, painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, and digital media. 53 TICKETS: 530.898.6333 • • • Vanished: A Chronicle of Discovery and Loss Across Half a Million Years | Installation view Cuesta College, 2017 Aleksandr Mikhailovich Rodchenko Lengiz | Books in all Branches of Knowledge, Reproduction of1924 lithograph original Moscow, Soviet Union ©Aleksandr Rodchenko, licensed by VAGA, New York VANISHED:AChronicleofDiscoveryandLossAcrossHalfaMillionYearS OCTOBER 30–DECEMBER 16 Vanished: A Chronicle of Discovery and Loss across Half a Million Years is a cross-disciplinary project involving two visual artists, a philosopher, creative writer, volcanologist, and graphic designer, explores four lost icons and considers how society assembles the past through fact, fiction, and myth. The results are an interconnected collection of new and historic photographs, illustrations, sculpture, sound, and writing.