"No. 2" by Rene Mijares.
BFA students show work through April 23
- March 25, 2009
- MEDIA CONTACT: Diane Daniel, CLASS Publicist, 510-885-3183
California State University, East Bay Bachelor of Fine Arts candidates will show their work in the University Art Gallery, 25800 Carlo Bee Blvd., Hayward. The opening reception will be from 5-7 p.m. Monday, April 1. The exhibition will be open from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. Mondays-Thursdays April 2-23. Admission is free.
Students showing paintings will be: Jose Luis Andrade Leon from Mexicali, Baja California; Darren Chappell, Richmond; Carol Faber, Pleasanton; Pamela Harris, Oakland; Tony Hoang, Pomona; Rene Mijares, Aklan, Philippines; Kris Newell, San Leandro; Diane Reilly, Oakland; Amber Rose, Willows; and Emily Vanderlaan, Alameda.
Nicole Carroll, Modesto; Isabel Green, Oakland; Tracee Littlepage, Modesto; and Randi Willis, Tuolumne will show photography. Roberto A. Alvarado, Union City; Ryan Timm, San Diego; and
Michael Wallace, San Leandro will show sculpture, and Michael Matteri, Benicia; and Victor Salazar, Hayward will show works on paper.
Concurrently, the Satellite Gallery, in the back of the University Gallery, will show “Pre-Columbian Sculpture,” including figures and faces from the ancient Mesoamerican traditions of the Olmec, the Maya, and the Aztec.
Information is at http://class.csueastbay.edu/artgallery/ or (510) 885-3299
Campus parking is $5 per day. Pay machines are in lots E2, F, G, H, K and N.
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