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Annual Juried Student Art Exhibit (opens April 8, 2019)

 

ANNUAL STUDENT JURIED ART EXHIBIT
April 8 - May 3
Reception/Award Ceremony: April 11, 3-5 p.m.
Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery
The gallery and its programs are free and open to the public. Hours: Mon.-Thu. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Fri. 10 a.m.-3 p.m., and before select performing arts performances. .

Pima Community College Bernal Gallery presents the artwork of students from all six Pima campuses in the Annual Juried Student Art Exhibit. The exhibit is an important event for emerging artists in southern Arizona, giving Pima students the opportunity to present their work in a professional venue to be viewed by the general public. A reception with an awards ceremony is held Thursday, April 11, 3-5 p.m. The exhibit and reception are free and open to the public. Additional works, selected by the jurors, are installed at the Extension Gallery, Tucson International Airport March 29 through September 6.

Distinguished jurors for this year’s exhibition are Daphne Srinivasan, publicity and sales associate at Etherton Gallery; Willie (Ray) Parish: professor emeritus, sculpture, University of Texas, El Paso and Michael Fenlason, chief curator and artistic director of the Tubac Center of the Arts and former staff grants writer for Tucson Museum of Art. Awards, gift certificates and prizes are awarded to selected student artists.

Awards and gifts are provided by the generous contributions of the following businesses and individuals: Antigone Books, Arizona Art Supply, Arizona Designer Craftsmen Awards, Arizona Picture & Frame Gallery, Barb’s Frame of Mind, Barrio Bread, Bernal Award, Claire Campbell Park Award, Contemporary Art Society, Contreras Gallery, Grandma’s Spinning Wheel, Jerry’s Artarama, JW Marriott, Lewis Framing Studio, Loft Cinema, Marjon Ceramics, Mark’s Ace Hardware, McGuire’s Jewelers, MOCA Tucson, West Campus Bookstore, Photographic Works, Posner’s Art Store, Sarnoff Art & Writing Materials, Star Gems, Trader Joe’s,Tribalinks Phyllis Woods Jewelry, Wabi Sabi Award, Tucson Museum of Art, and Woodcraft  

Images (clockwise from left): Caitlyn Swift - A Low Hum, Enoch Spivo - Rebecca, Ulises Ramos - Self Portrait, Maegan McCarthy - Little Sister #4