Herberger College School of Art announces spring schedule for new Gallery 100
TEMPE, Ariz. – Gallery 100, the newest art exhibition space at ASU Main, has announced its first season, comprising six exhibitions during spring 2004.
Gallery 100 opened in November, becoming the fourth student gallery run by the Herberger College School of Art. It features the exhibitions now required of seniors graduating from studio art degrees.
Situated in the center of campus, Gallery 100 inhabits a light and airy space at the south end of the Engineering Center’s A-wing, (ECA 100) opposite the ASU Bookstore. It features a piano formerly owned by the Herberger College’s namesake and benefactor, Katherine (Kax) Herberger. Students are welcome to play the piano during gallery hours, as they used to do in the former Memorial Union art gallery.
The senior exhibitions will be presented by area, each featuring the work of seniors graduating from one or two visual arts specialty programs. The spring 2004 exhibition schedule is as follows:
|Jan. 26 – Feb. 13, 2004
|Feb. 16-27, 2004
|Drawing and Painting
|March 1-12, 2004
|Fibers and Metals
|March 22 – April 2, 2004
|Intermedia and Digital Art
|April 5-16, 2004
|Photography and Printmaking
|April 19-30, 2004
Gallery 100 is located in the Engineering Center’s A-wing on Orange Street, at the south end of the ground floor opposite the ASU Bookstore. Hours for Gallery 100 are Monday-Thursday, 1-5 p.m., and Friday 1-3 p.m. Limited metered, short-term parking is available in the lot on the east side of the ASU Bookstore, opposite the gallery.
For more information about Gallery 100 and its exhibitions, members of the public should call 480-965-9631 or visit us online at http://herbergercollege.asu.edu/ and click on “Things to Do.”
The School of Art is part of The Katherine K. Herberger College of Fine Arts at Arizona State University. The college educates more than 2,500 students annually and encompasses the School of Art, the School of Music, the Department of Theatre and the Department of Dance, as well as the research-based Institute for Studies in the Arts and the ASU Art Museum. Visit the Herberger College School of Art on the Web at http://art.asu.edu.