Hancock Presents "Creative Journeys" Fine Arts Student Show

The exhibit runs Apr. 30-May 28

Fine Arts Student Art ShowAPRIL 25, 2019--Allan Hancock College’s Ann Foxworthy Gallery will display the talents and creativity of Hancock’s fine arts students during its upcoming Fine Arts Student Art Show.

Titled “Creative Journeys,” the show will run from April 30 until May 28, and feature more than 80 pieces of unique artwork produced by the college’s fine arts students during the 2018-19 academic year. The art represents a diverse range of work from the college’s fine arts, graphic design, and multimedia programs. The works were created using a wide array of traditional and digital mediums, including painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, graphic design, animation and photography. Some of the digital artwork will be shown through projection and on iPads.

“It is so wonderful to see all the different talents, styles and student backgrounds come together in a group showing that represents our fine arts department and the student’s journey,” said Ann Foxworthy Gallery Director Laura-Susan Thomas. “Some of them are just beginning to explore and walk down their creative path, while others are artists coming back to refresh their skills or learn a new art form.”

Many of the students showing at the gallery are graduating this semester or working toward receiving associate in arts (A.A.) degrees in the fine arts, graphic design, and multimedia programs at Hancock. Many of those students plan to complete their bachelor of fine arts (B.F.A.) degrees at a four-year university, Thomas said.

A reception for the show will take place on May 2 from noon until 1:30 p.m. at the Ann Foxworthy Gallery. The gallery is located in the Academic Resource Center, bldg. L, on the Santa Maria campus. For more information about the show or the gallery, visit www.hancockcollege.edu/gallery.

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Caption: Allan Hancock College will exhibit “Creative Journeys” Fine Art Student Art Show from April 30-May 28 at the Ann Foxworthy Gallery. Pictured art: Rosa, by Caroline Acosta.

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Last Modified Apr 25, 2019