Along with showcasing student art and outside featured artists, the gallery is about Learn by Doing.
Those who want to celebrate Miller’s memory can attend a memorial being on Jan. 10 and 1 p.m. at Cal Poly in the Business Rotunda (Building 3, Room 213).
Walking through the doors of the Alumni Exhibition, visitors are greeted by a room full of photographs.
Photography, paintings, ceramics, sculptures and graphic design projects of all shapes, sizes and colors fill the space of the University Art Gallery for the student show, which opens today.
Graphic designer and social entrepreneur Mark Randall will give a lecture on how to use art and design to promote social change on Friday, March 11.
Tyler Stallings, director of the Sweeney Art Gallery, spoke on campus as a part of the Visual Arts Guest Lecture Series funded by the College of Liberal Arts.
The Art and Design Faculty Creative Research Triennial gave Cal Poly faculty members a chance to show what they’ve been working on.
Historically, the culmination of art and design seniors’ artistic progression depicted through their final projects have been displayed off campus. But for the first time, students and faculty can waltz into the University Art Gallery to experience the artists’ take on pertinent issues relevant to college students.