Event

Poly-Kroma 2019 | Family Weekend

Date/Time: 
Saturday, May 18, 2019 - 12:00pm to Sunday, May 19, 2019 - 4:00pm
Location: 
W. Keith & Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery

SAT & SUN | 12 PM - 4 PM

Special weekend event for the families of the students participating in the show. Please join us on both Saturday and Sunday!
 

The Kellogg University Art Gallery welcomes the Cal Poly Pomona campus community, students and their families, faculty, staff, administrators, and the public to  Poly-kroma 2019

Poly-kroma  consists of two distinct shows that celebrate Visual Communication Design and Fine Art directly resulting from coursework completed within the Art Department.  The two components of Poly-kroma  include:  Industry Day—the senior Visual Communication Design exhibition; and the  2019 2D3D Juried Art Exhibition.  Industry Day functions as a capstone experience for the Visual Communication Design major, and serves to present the work of seniors to the professional and surrounding community.  The 2D3D Juried Exhibition is a competition-based exhibition, and displays the work of students in the Bachelor of Fine Art program features art and graphic design work by students at all academic levels.

Industry Day 2019  presents senior graphic design portfolios and collateral material from the Professional Practices in Visual Communication Design course.  The portfolios include selected work from the totality of the student’s experience at Cal Poly Pomona.  The resulting exhibition is a team effort that represents progressive accomplishments achieved throughout the curriculum.

The  2D3D Juried Art Exhibition  features art and graphic design work by students at all grade levels. This show, which began in the mid-1970s under the leadership of Professor Diane Divelbess, first took place inside the Cal Poly Pomona University Library. It was originally started to showcase artwork produced by Cal Poly Pomona’s students in the newly established Art Department. Displays of two-dimensional artforms such as painting, drawing, photography, printmaking, poster design, and book-making; three-dimensional arts such as pottery, ceramics, sculpture, assemblage, and installation art; and more diverse and emerging artforms such as time-based media, digital and technical illustration, and animation.  This exhibition has now been delighting the University campus community for over four decades.

Please join the Art Department, College of Environmental Design, and University Art Galleries in celebrating these Fine Art and Visual Communication Design events on our campus!

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Contact: 
Michele Cairella-Fillmore