Poly-Kroma is the annual art and design exhibition that features the talented work of art students and graduating seniors of Cal Poly Pomona's Art Department.
David B. Jang’s work is about survival, or what he calls “life tactic.” For him, survival requires the transformation and maintenance of continuous order, and order means harnessing energy. But because energy and matter cannot be destroyed, only transformed, his work engages in this...Read More
To date, Morphesis’ life work has represented not only a spiritual, but cognitive and ever personal journey of self-exploration –not only for the artist him-“self”, but as a study of humankind’s mutual self-examination. Traveling hand-in hand with historically religious uses of symbolism that...Read More
PolyKroma 2017, celebrating Fine Arts, Art History and Graphic Design on campus with its 2D3D Juried Art Exhibition, Art History Papers Presentation and Industry Night - a senior...Read More
about-face /əˌboutˈfās/ (n., v.) def.: a turn made so as to face the opposite direction.
About Face is less about portraiture, and more about taking the traditional definition of portraiture and turning it on its side – or completely around— in...Read More
This exhibition showcases art and graphic work by the faculty at Department of Art at Cal Poly Pomona. Environment and nature, mathematics and geometry, science and architecture, language and history, travel and memory, religion and culture, family and inter-personal relationships, story-telling...Read More
Don B. Huntley‘s passions include a collection of western art that he shares with the university and Cal Poly community. Over the years, Mr. Huntley has donated a number of oil on canvas paintings...
The Kellogg and Huntley University Art Galleries welcome the public and the Cal Poly Pomona campus community, students and their families, faculty, staff and administrators to PolyKroma 2016, celebrating Fine Arts, Art History and Graphic Design on campus with its 2D3D Juried Art Exhibition at...Read More
The Weglyn Endowed Chair for Multicultural Studies and the Kellogg University Art Gallery are proud to sponsor the exhibitions of Laura Kina and Viet Le. Their artworks highlight the nuanced nature of ...
The ‘book as vessel’ inspires beautiful metaphor - a craft for traveling, a container, a holder, a receiver, a transporter. Across time and culture, the vessel is at the center of many ceremonies and rites of...
Chinese-‐born David Jang combines repurposed material with engineering and design to create monumental, humorous and thought-‐provoking sculpture. Jang is considered one of the fastest up-‐and-‐coming young artists, garnering nation-‐wide attention.
Established in 1971, Ink & Clay is an annual competition of printmaking, drawing, ceramic ware, clay sculpture, installation and mixed media utilizing any variety of “ink” or “clay” as a material. The exhibition is sponsored by the W. Keith and Janet...
PolyKroma 2015, celebrating Fine Arts, Art History and Graphic Design on campus with its 2D3D Juried Art Exhibition at The Huntley Gallery, AND the Fine Art Senior Shows, Art History Papers...Read More
This exhibition’s title, Abstract Mystique pays homage to Betty Friedan’s legendary 1963 book, The Feminine Mystique, widely credited with sparking the beginning of second-‐wave feminism in the United States. Spanning three generations, this exhibition...Read More
Mathematics, geometry, technology, graphic design, color theory, art, history, philosophy, spirituality, harmony, balance, transcendence… these are just a few words that not only describe, but symbiotically function in unison to define the artwork of Joan Kahn. Upon first...Read More
This exhibition showcases art and graphic work by the Cal Poly Pomona Art Department Faculty. This year’s participating artists include: Anthony Acock, Gina Lawson-‐Egan, Melissa Flicker, Joyce Hesselgrave, Raymond Kampf, Alyssa Lang, Crystal Yachin Lee, Babette Mayor, Sarah...Read More
Established in 1971, Ink & Clay is an annual competition of printmaking, drawing, ceramic ware, clay sculpture and mixed media utilizing any variety of “ink” or “clay” as a material. The exhibition is sponsored by the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art...Read More
Metal & Wood: The Art of Reclaiming and Repurposing showcases the sculpture of two artists, Fred Rose and William Fillmore, who independently incorporate the use of recycled and/or reclaimed metal and wood...Read More