This year's gallery exhibitions are online due to the public health situation. The Department of Art and Art History and the Art and Art History Gallery is closed until further notice. Questions regarding the gallery exhibition schedule can be emailed to Artinfo@scu.edu.
Then We Must, 2020
Oil alkyd on canvas over panel
77" X 77"
Courtesy of the artist
Photo Credit: M. Lee Fatherree
Online Exhibition Dates: October 16, 2020 - January 22, 2021
Artist Panel Discussion: October 29th, 5pm via zoom
Curator: Marianne McGrath
To Hear and Be Heard invites us to rethink and redefine what it means to be civil, to be a citizen, to listen and be heard with our votes, voices, words and the visual expression and problem solving that art uniquely provides.
Online Exhibition Participating Artists: Alice Beasley, Sandow Birk, Sheila Pree Bright, Squeak Carnwath, Marie Cameron, Enrique Chagoya, Brian Dettmer, Nazanin Hedayat Munroe, Julie Heffernan, Phillip Hua, Sherry Karver, Lisa Kokin, Roberto Lugo, Amalia Mesa-Bains, Priscilla Otani, Maria Porges, Chelsea Ryoko Wong
Artist Panel Participants: Alice Beasley, Sandow Birk, Sheila Pree Bright, Marie Cameron, Brian Dettmer, Julie Heffernan, Phillip Hua, Sherry Karver, Amalia Mesa-Bains, Nazanin Hedayat Munroe, Priscilla Otani, Maria Porges and Chelsea Wong.
Christine Wong Yap
Belonging Sign #1: 2nd Street SW
Nominated by Jessamyn Lovell ,2017
hand-lettered paint on pine
18 x 11 x 0.75 inches each
(Photo: Michael Apolo Gomez)
Online Exhibition Dates: February 17 - April 9, 2021
Artist Lecture: Weds. March 3, 5pm via zoom
Christine Wong Yap (she/her) is a visual artist and social practitioner who works in community engagement, drawing, printmaking, and publishing to explore dimensions of psychological wellbeing, including belonging, resilience, interdependence, and collaboration.