College of the Redwoods presents 2022 Juried Student Exhibition
College of the Redwoods presents the 2022 Juried Student Exhibition starting Tuesday, April 12 with the opening and awards ceremony at 3:00 pm. This exhibition will feature outstanding examples of recent CR student work spanning multiple mediums including drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, photography, and more.
This year, the CR Art Gallery will offer two viewing options, in-person and virtual. Gallery visitors will be able to enjoy the wide variety of student work in-person, or experience the exhibit online, attending the opening reception and award ceremony and viewing the artwork at www.redwoods.edu/artgallery
The exhibition is juried by Brittany Britton, local artist and gallery director. Britton is an enrolled member of the Hoopa Valley Tribe and holds a BA in Studio Art from Humboldt State University and an MFA in Craft from the Oregon College of Art and Craft. Based out of Hoopa CA, she maintains a small studio practice that is influenced by material and culture. Alongside her studio pursuits, she works as a local curator as well as Gallery Director for the Reese Bullen and Goudi’ni Native American Arts Galleries at Cal Poly Humboldt. More information about Britton can be found at www.brittanybritton.com
The 2022 Juried Student Exhibition is made possible through the generous support of Robert and Desirée Yarber, The Ingrid Nickelsen Trust, Mary Mallahan and Dave Bazard, Jesse Wiedel, Cynthia Hooper, Emily Silver, The Modern Stitch Society of Humboldt, Holly Yashi, North Coast Audiology, Ellis Art and Engineering, Phoenix Ceramic and Fire Supply, and more.
This exhibition will run from April 12 through April 28. The opening reception and awards ceremony is on April 12, at 3:00 pm Pacific Time and is free and open to the public. To attend, please register through Zoom at www.redwoods.edu/artgallery. The Creative Arts Gallery at College of the Redwoods is located on the Eureka Main Campus, North Entrance, and is open by appointment. Admission is free and open to the public. For more information, call the Art Department office at (707) 476-4559.