SF State’s Exhibition Design class, Art 619, is already working hard on the first art gallery of the semester “Mashrabiya: The Art of Looking Back,” which is set to open Feb. 18.
Every Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., enrolled students gather in the Fine
Shannon Abac's biomorphic ceramic sculptures, dripping in glossy color, mingle with nearby woven textiles by Kimberly Arteche, depicting deliberate, close crops of pixelated photographs in muted, warm tones. Leah Virsik's suspended forest of deconstructed denim jeans, imposing and comforting, hang in a giant, perfect cube near Nash Bellows'
The Fine Arts Gallery was bustling Tuesday night, with faculty and student conversations echoing throughout the large room. The white walls were well-lit, highlighting the faculty members' artwork while students were immersed in their professors' personal pieces. Four intricately woven tapestries showcasing four different residents
SF State began construction on a 2,000-square-foot design gallery over winter break on the lower level of the Fine Arts Building.
The gallery, set to open Fall 2016, is part of a larger project that includes the new dance studio that opened this semester in the