The Graduate Student Center hosts small exhibitions of two-dimensional artworks made, curated, organized and juried by graduate students at ASU. Organized by the Graduate and Professional Student Association.
OPPOSITION – October 9 2012-December 11, 2012
Light and dark, good and bad, Republican and Democrat: opposition is everywhere. Art, too, invites and even thrives on opposites – be they opposing materials or conflicting concepts.
COMMODITY: Art in (and) the Marketplace – September 27, 2011-December 6, 2011
The Graduate and Professional Student Association at Arizona State University, Tempe presents our fall 2011 Graduate Student Center gallery juried exhibition. In today’s consumer-driven economy, art is both a commodity and utilizes commodities in its production. This exhibit showcases work engaging the concepts of commodity, economy or value, and investigates interactions between individual creativity and mass production and consumption.
Featuring work by Carlo Altamirano Allende, Tiffany Bailey, Jamie Bonnell, Mary Klacza, Daniel Leivick, Paul Mack, Blake McConnell, Ann Morton, Katie Poterala, M. Jenea Sanchez, and Rembrandt Quiballo