Content: 2022 Senior Studio Art Exhibition, featuring works by 22 graduating art majors from CSUDH, will be on view at The Mistake Room in Los Angeles from May 16 to 21.
An opening reception will take place on Sunday, May 15 from 3-6 p.m.
“It is an incredible honor to partner with The Mistake Room for this year’s student exhibition,” says Assistant Professor of Art and Design Devon Tsuno. “Facilitating the public presentation of their work in a professional space demonstrates to the grads that they are already part of the art community and their ideas, research, and artwork are important. Seeing their work in a cultural institution that aligns with our university’s mission is a meaningful transition to their careers after CSUDH.”
Graduating artists featured in the exhibition include: gene aguilar magaña, Raymond Anaya, Gregorio Bravo, Bridget DeLee, Jessica Duran, Vanessa Estevez, Veronica Gonzalez, Alfredo Gutierrez, Rebecca Huerta, Jono Madison, Rocio Magadan, Shelley Nelson, Paris Orozco, Ann Pickard, Emily Plasencia, Ree Quijano, Juan Rosillo, Mary Spencer, Alyssia Strasser, Jane Gainer-Talbott, Gabriella Valdez, and Allesa Willis.
As part of the Art and Design Department’s curriculum, each student is required to exhibit a selection of work produced during their studies at the university. “Content” is the culmination of those efforts.
The Mistake Room will be open from Monday through Saturday from noon to 6 p.m. throughout the presentation of “Content: 2022.” The gallery is located at 1811 E. 20th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90058. Street parking is available. More information about The Mistake Room is available at www.tmr.la.
Please note that all visitors 12 years of age or older must show proof of vaccination and photo ID for admission or present a negative COVID-19 test conducted 48 hours prior to visiting.
The Senior Studio Art Exhibition is sponsored by the CSUDH College of Arts and Humanities, the University Art Gallery, and the Instructionally Related Activities Committee of the Associated Students Inc., at CSUDH. It is also made possible by the generous in-kind donation of The Mistake Room.