It’s Déjà vu at the Night Gallery
ASU School of Art graduates from the early 1980s present an invitational exhibit of works. Artists include Gary Greenberg, Patty Haberman, Ron Kostoff, Mathew Smith, Polly Smith, F.X. Tobin, Hugh Warford, Victoria K. Weaver, and Alan Weaver.
The Déjà vu 1982 exhibit that showcases School of Art alumni from the 1980s is at the Night Gallery in the Tempe Marketplace from March 3 – April 3, 2011. The artists will be in the gallery March 4 from 6–9 p.m.
“Thirty years later, I’m proud to say that many of my colleagues are still heavily involved in the arts in their communities, and continue creating new and inventive works of art,” says exhibition curator and alumni, Mathew Smith. “The variety of ideas, imagery and materials represented in this exhibition is impressive—ceramics, paintings, metals, sculpture, collage—even fabric is found in the works of these lifelong artists.”
The artists featured in the exhibit have won numerous awards, and continue to exhibit nationally and internationally.
The Night Gallery is a community outreach gallery displaying works by ASU School of Art graduate students, faculty and alumni that embraces the role a university can play in the off-campus community. Night Gallery is a constantly changing, 3,800 square-foot exhibition and experimental art space made possible through a partnership between Vestar Development Company and the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts. Unique performances including music, dance, readings, theater and video also are staged at the Night Gallery.
The Night Gallery is located at the Tempe Marketplace, 2000 E. Rio Salado Parkway, Tempe, AZ. The gallery is on the west end and south side of “The District” between Barnes & Noble bookstore and Aeropostale.
Exhibition: March 3 – April 3, 2011
Meet the Artists: March 4, 6–9 p.m.
Night Gallery hours: 6–9 p.m. Tuesday–Sunday
This exhibition and meet the artists event are free and open to the public.
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The School of Art is a division of the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University. Its printmaking, photography and art education programs are nationally ranked in the top 10, and its Master of Fine Arts program is ranked eighth among public institutions by U.S.News & World Report. The school includes four student galleries for solo and group shows by graduate and undergraduate art and photography students: Gallery 100, Harry Wood, Northlight and Step. To learn more about the School of Art, visit art.asu.edu.
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