Art students exhibit their best May 9-19

GROSSMONT COLLEGE—The Hyde Art Gallery on campus will host the annual student art exhibition May 9-19.  Mixed media pieces representing almost every art form are expected to be on display including ceramics, digital media, photographs, paintings, drawings, jewlery, sculpture, 2-D and 3-Dimensional design.  An awards ceremony and reception is planned from 7 to 9 p.m., May 17.

Exhibitors will be students currently taking second-semester art classes at Grossmont.  Recommendation of a faculty member is a prerequisite for entry, with a limit of two pieces per student.  Approximately 300 works are expected to be shown at the free exhibit.

Ben Aubert, curator of the gallery, said the goal of the exhibit is “to display work that represents the best work of the students over the last two semesters.”  Judging will be by an art council that will award cash prizes for best-in-show and in each individual art form.  Exhibitors who wish to sell their works may do so. 
Alexis Tittle

Tittle is a student in Media Comm 132.  She may be contacted at

One response to this post.

  1. Posted by a on April 15, 2011 at 7:35 am

    This is a well written article. I would like to see more arts coverage in the Summit. Thx


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