California State University Dominguez Hills

University Art Gallery

 

Diverse Talent On Display of CSUDH
Graduating Design Majors

WHAT:   “Vantage Point: 2018 Senior Design Showcase,”
Pop-op exhibit and Design Social, Thurs, May 3, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

WHERE:     University Art Gallery, LaCorte Hall, A107. CSUDH is located at 1000 E Victoria Street, Carson, CA 90747. Click here for directions and a printable campus map.

COST: FREE
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CSUDH University Art Gallery Frequentely Asked Question:

Can Artists and Curators Propose Exhibitions?
Yes, they can.  However, the Faculty Art Gallery Advisory Committee is not reviewing exhibition proposals until after December 31, 2018.  To submit your exhibition proposal after that date please visit: https://goo.gl/forms/p8YxDNQ7UtzCTBVl2

DO LARGE GROUPS NEED TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TO VISIT AN EXHIBITION?
We recommend for groups of 10 or more visitors that you schedule an appointment for a tour. Tours can be pre-arranged either during our public hours or at another time. Please contact us at (310) 243-3334 to schedule a tour. 

HOW CAN I OBTAIN AN APPRAISAL FOR A WORK OF ART THAT I OWN?
As a non-profit institution, CSU Dominguez Hills University Art Gallery is prohibited from providing verbal or written appraisals of artwork and objects. If you are looking for a monetary evaluation of an object for insurance, donation, or auction purposes, please contact a professional appraiser in your area. Member associations such as those listed below can refer you to appraisal specialists:


The University Art Gallery is one of the major exhibition spaces in the South Bay area; it is a valuable resource for the Art and Design Department, the University, and the Los Angeles artistic community. The gallery presents six to ten exhibitions per academic year, including a series of student showcases in Design and Studio Art, that explore different artistic styles, cultures, historical periods, social movements, and media.The gallery schedule culminates in the two senior student art exhibitions in Design and Studio Art. It is an integral educational tool, providing tours to classes, community groups and school groups, and further it gives an opportunity for faculty, students and interns to participate in curating gallery exhibitions, designing installations and learning arts management. With over 2,000 square feet in exhibition space and 18’ high ceilings, this exciting space is easily accessible and therefore a perfect venue for forums, student art critique classes, discussions with artists, and guest lecture events.

Kathy Zimmerer-McKelvie, Gallery Director
310.243.3334 tel | kzimmerer@csudh.edu

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