Cypress College Art Gallery

Artworks from the Trajectories exhibition

 
 

Current PROGRAM

Trajectories

Friday, January 25 – Thursday, February 21, 2019

Opening Reception: Thursday, February 7, 6-8pm

Curated by Patience Joy Flaro and presenting artworks by faculty from the Cypress College Photography Department: Sean BLACK, Renee CHARTIER, Joshua CHO, Jason DAWES, William HARE, Steven KING, Joey LEHMAN MORRIS, Aydinaneth ORTIZ, Alejandro SANCHEZ, and Julie SHAFER. MORE

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Panel Discussion

Thursday, February 21, 2.30-4 pm

Trajectories artistsincluding Julie SHAFER and Sean BLACK, discuss their work and their pathways at a discussion moderated by exhibition curator Patience Joy Flaro. 

Future PROGRAMS

Beyond the Pale                    

Thursday, February 25 – Thursday, April 11, 2019

Opening Reception: Thursday, March 7, 6-8pm

To go beyond the pale is to move outside the acceptable, the safe, and the known. Curated by Janet Owen Driggs, Beyond the Pale presents work by artists who step outside the bounds of Western scientific thinking in their efforts to know and interpret the world, including Johanna BREIDING & Shoghig HALAJIAN, Olivia CHUMACERO & Sarita DOUGHTERTY, Veronique d’ENTREMONT, Helen LESSICK, Jennifer MOON, and Louis PESCE.

Although the exhibition does include a near-magical broom, its title has nothing to do with buckets. Instead our “pale” refers to the “paling” fence posts that would once have enclosed a village or a fort, but which are now more commonly used to “impale” Hollywood vampires. MORE

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Annual Student Exhibition

Tuesday, May 7 – Thursday, May 16, 2019

Opening Reception Tuesday, May 7, 6-8pm

We’re changing things up for the 2019 student art show – now you get to decide what you put in the exhibition. MORE & DOWNLOAD SUBMITTAL FORM


About CCAG

Cypress College Art Gallery (CCAG) presents both professional and student exhibitions, performances, workshops, lectures, and visiting artists’ projects. CCAG is located in the gateway area of the Cypress College campus near the campus theater. CCAG is closest to Valley View Street, which is accessible from the 405, 91, and 5 Freeways. Park in Lot 1 in the designated visitor’s area, and remember to purchase a parking pass. Visit the CCAG Facebook Page for more exhibition information.

 

Gallery Hours

Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. and by appointment.

 

Contact

714-484-7134

 

Parking

Park in Lot 1. Parking permits can be purchased at a kiosk in front of the Business Building located on the edge of Lot 1.

 

Staff

Janet Owen Driggs, Director 

Kirk Pickler, Exhibitions Manager

Nadia Wallace, Adminstrative Assistant

 

Exhibition History

A Different 1% I Fall Semester, 2018

Annual Student Exhibition | Spring Semester, 2018

Authenticate | Spring Semester, 2018

DIS...MISS | Fall Semester, 2017

Annual Student Exhibition | Spring Semester, 2017

Alumni Exhibition | Spring Semester, 2017

Fine Arts Faculty Exhibition | Fall Semester, 2016

Tales That Must Be Told: Contemporary Narrative Art| Spring Semester, 2016

Newton to Albers: Color Theory to Creative Practice | Spring Semester, 2016

Project Space: Frido Evers "Letter to Pauli"| Spring Semester, 2016

(Self) Portraits | Fall Semester, 2015

Artists on Edge | Fall Semester, 2015

Project Space: Vonn Sumner | Fall Semester, 2015

Annual Student Exhibition | Spring Semester, 2015

Surface to Edge | Spring Semester, 2015

Project Space: Christine Taber Retrospective | Spring Semester, 2015

Transplants | Spring Semester, 2015

Project Space: Alexandra Lippman | Semester, 2015

Project Space: Jeremy Kidd | Spring Semester, 2015

Over Under On In Near | Fall Semester, 2014

Project Space: James Boulton | Fall Semester, 2014

Annual Student Exhibition | Spring Semester, 2014

Sleep of Reason | Spring Semester, 2014

Within | Fall Semester, 2013

Teach-In | Spring Semester, 2013

The Figure in Contemporary Art | Fall Semester, 2012

Annual Student Exhibition | Spring Semester, 2012

Original Copy | Spring Semester, 2012

Master Class | Fall Semester, 2011

Annual Student Exhibition | Spring Semester, 2011

Quotidian World | Spring Semester, 2011

Summercamp ProjectProject  | Fall Semester, 2010

Annual Student Exhibition | Spring Semester, 2010

Against the Grain | Spring Semester, 2010

Project Space: NoahThomas | Spring Semester, 2010

GPS | Fall Semester, 2009

Annual Student Exhibition | Spring Semester, 2009