UC SAN DIEGO | UNIVERSITY ART GALLERY

Extensions of Photography October 7 – December 9 2016

Curated by Tatiana Sizonenko, Ph.D. ‘13

The University Art Gallery at the University of California, San Diego presents Extensions of Photography. This exhibition highlights artistic practices by former and current UC San Diego-affiliated artists and alumni who redefined the photographic medium and contributed significantly to the cultural life of San Diego and the United States

ROUND but SQUARE: Undergraduate Exhibition 2015 May 19 – May 22 2015

ROUND but SQUARE: Undergraduate Exhibition 2015 is hosted by the University Art Gallery from May 19--22, 2015. This exhibit serves to highlight the most ambitious works by emerging artists of UCSD’s undergraduate community. Curated by a panel of undergraduate art historians, this exhibition brings together works from the many departments here at UCSD: ICAM (Interdisciplinary Computing and the Arts Major), Media, and Studio, onto one architectural plane to encourage a thought provoking and stimulating conversation between peers.

Artistic Research: Visual Arts Faculty Exhibition 2015

The University Art Gallery's approaching 50th Anniversary provides an opportune time to look back on the gallery's achievements. In many ways, a faculty exhibition provides the best framework through which to do so. The gallery's exhibitions and programs have always emerged from the research interests of faculty in the Visual Arts Department, in concert with the students with whom they work and teach, and exhibitions of this work provide important touchstones in the consideration of its history.

Artistic Research: Visual Arts Faculty Exhibition 2015 May 7 – May 14 2015

The University Art Gallery's approaching 50th Anniversary provides an opportune time to look back on the gallery's achievements. In many ways, a faculty exhibition provides the best framework through which to do so. The gallery's exhibitions and programs have always emerged from the research interests of faculty in the Visual Arts Department, in concert with the students with whom they work and teach, and exhibitions of this work provide important touchstones in the consideration of its history.