Regis West Gallery presents The Ties Between, an exhibition of 14 artists about to complete their Bachelor of Arts (BA) degrees in the Department of Art at the University of Minnesota.
About the Exhibition:
The Department of Art is pleased to present The Ties Between, an exhibition featuring works by 14 artists who are about to complete their Bachelor of Arts (BA) degrees in studio art at the University of Minnesota. The exhibition explores themes of connection, memory, and intimacy through a wide range of media including ceramics, video, painting, photography, mixed media, and digital art. This group of artists supported one another to create an exhibition that is rich in sensorial experience and brings together unique perspectives in conversation with one another.
Atziri Amador-Torres, Quang Au, Erin Brockmeier, Hyunyoung Russ Cho, Aaron Finnell, Jamie Hessian, Étienne Magdalen, Noura Miller, Ephrem Nguyen, Thao Nguyen, Amanda Robinson, Alyssa Schmidt, Ava Tow, and Andy Xiong.
Program and Reception:
Friday, December 1st
Program | 6:00 – 6:30 PM | InFlux Space, E110, Regis Center for Art East
Reception | 6:30 – 8:30 PM | Regis West Gallery, Regis Center for Art West
Join us for a program featuring remarks from faculty and students, followed by a reception. That same evening visit two additional exhibitions: Regis Center for Art 20th Anniversary Exhibitions: Works by Faculty & Staff in the Katherine E. Nash Gallery, and Undergraduate Scholarship Awards in the Quarter Gallery.
Tuesday - Saturday, 11 am – 5 pm
The Regis Center for Art is locked to the public on Saturdays, with U-card access only. Visitors can call 612-624-7530 to gain entrance into the galleries and should plan to enter the building's main entrance, located on 21st Avenue South directly across from the parking garage.
Accessibility, Cost, and Parking:
Parking is available nearby on the street, at the 19th and 21st Avenue South ramps, and at the 5th Street South lot; hourly or event rates apply. Regis Center for Art is accessible to visitors who use mobility devices or prefer to avoid stairs. Service animals are welcome in the gallery. Exhibitions and related events are free and open to the public.
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