Studio tours, demonstrations and a massive student art sale are the highlights of an open house hosted by the Department of Art and Art History at Sonoma State University from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. on April 17 as part of Seawolf Day.
The day's events include:
• Open studios with students working in drawing, painting, printmaking, photo, ceramics and sculpture
• Student-led department tours and demonstrations
• SALON du Woof, a massive student art sale from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. features all media at affordable prices including; ceramics, prints, painting, photography and sculpture.
• Two gallery exhibitions include works by graduating BFA students on display at the University Art Gallery. The University Library Art Gallery is exhibiting "Past, Present, Future: Artists Reflect on Sustainability," a group show organized by students from the Curatorial Practices class.
For more information about the SALON du Woof, contact Gregory Roberts by phone at (707) 664-3042 or email@example.com.
For further information, visit the at art department web site at www.sonoma.edu/art.
ABOVE, tea set by Michell Follett, BFA applicant, Functional Ceramics, 2010.