Advanced Studio Art Exhibition in Vachon Gallery through March 31

Written by Art, Art History, and Design
March 8, 2022

poster graphic with textIn the annual Advanced Studio Art exhibition, Visual Arts students present a collection of their most recent work executed within the Advanced Studio Course.  Students collectively curate the exhibition under the mentorship of Associate Professor Francisco Guerrero. Featured students include: Henry Geary, Kiera Kenny, Daniel, Klosowski, Olivia Newcomb, Chloe Rollens and Sarita Darlington Winey.

Through March 31, Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Vachon Gallery, Fine Arts Building

“For the past twelve years Seattle University has been offering this course, Advanced Studio, as an opportunity for students to develop their creative work in nine-week pressure cooker. The students start by looking at 21st Century Art and a mere sketch of an idea. Over the course we conduct weekly critiques that help develop a body of work.  

A spark flares off when a student begins to make work of their own design and meter. This exhibition is a bell jar for that effort within Visual Arts here at Seattle University. The students push their efforts forward, without expectation and devise cosmologies within their frame.”  - Assistant Professor Francisco Guerrero

Gallery Access: 2 Hour Parking is available on the street and visitor parking is available in Seattle University parking lots. The Vachon Gallery is wheelchair accessible.