The Leonor R. Fuller Gallery at South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) will welcome SPSCC art students in the Collaboration Installation, from May 10 to May 14, 2021. The closing reception is Friday, May 14, 2021 at 5 p.m.
SPSCC art students, led by Olympia based artist China Faith Star, will explore form, content, and the environment working with discarded materials and the drawing process. Students will experience all aspects of a collaborative project, including planning, production, installation, and presentation that culminates in an exhibition of the work in the Leonor R. Fuller Gallery.
“A project like this, washing and using trash to make art, thinking about how to solve a problem, drawing upon it, and collaborating with others for a greater good, juxtaposes with what is currently happening in our society around the Covid-19 pandemic, washing hands and surroundings, hoarding products, being isolated and distant, being told what to do. Being home consuming stuff or getting deliveries makes us think even more about what surrounds us, is it useful and how we can use our imagination to turn it into something positive together,” said China Faith Star, a 21st century contemporary artist living and working in Olympia. China’s work addresses various socio-political and socio-emotional concepts through process based series work across genre.
The gallery will be open to the public at 50% capacity starting Monday, April 12. Masks and social distancing will be required while on campus and in the gallery.
For more information about this collaborative project contact email@example.com.