"Divergent Acts" Features Current Work by Sculpture Alumni, April 1- July 12

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Exhibition Dates:
April 1- July 12

Gallery Hours:
Mon-Fri, 8 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Sat-Sun, Noon- 5 p.m.

Artists' Reception:
Thursday April 3, 4-6 pm

Artists' Lectures:
Tuesdays April 1, 8, and 15
11:30- 1 p.m., Schulz 3001
Annalisa Vobis. April 1
Missy Engelhardt. April 8
Christopher Collette. April 15


Works by mixed-media conceptual artists and sculptors are on display at the University Library Art Gallery's newest exhibit Divergent Acts: Current Work by Sonoma State University Sculpture Alumni from April 1-July 12.

The artists in this show present a wide range and approach to sculpture making and all studied sculpture at SSU with Professor Jann Nunn.

Nunn says she has put together a group who "foster an experimental approach to art making and promote artistic authenticity."

The selected projects range from traditional object-based pedestal sculpture to video, materials ranging from cast bronze to yogurt mold, and concepts from biological destruction to texting communication, she says.

For more information, call (707) 664-2295 or e-mail Carla Stone at carla.stone@sononoma.edu


ABOVE: Wyatt Amend, Propulsion Drone #6 (Red and White) 15"x14"x 8" Stoneware, Steel 2013 Plastic (right).

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