Cabrillo Gallery

Adaptations

Art, Photography & Art History Staff & Faculty Exhibition

August 23–September 24, 2021

Gallery is proud to present Adaptations: Cabrillo Art, Photography & Art History Staff & Faculty Exhibition. Adaptations showcases the diverse range of artwork created by the multi-talented individuals who currently work as instructors and staff in the Art, Photography and Art History programs at Cabrillo College, as well as emeritus faculty and staff. This exhibition gives our hardworking educators and support staff a chance to share their skills and insights into their artistic practice with the Cabrillo students they mentor and the community at large, providing examples of creative adaptations to the ever-changing circumstances of life. More than thirty artists will participate in this dynamic exhibition, presenting work spanning multiple media and disciplines, including ceramics, digital fabrication, drawing, jewelry, mixed media, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, textiles, video and more.

Image credit: Gina Pearlin, Winter Light, oil on album cover

View the online exhibition.

These Artists' Talks have passed, but you can find the recordings on our Gallery Videos page!

Artists' Talks with Faculty & Staff

Adaptations: Natural Selection

Thursday, September 9, 6:00pm Pacific Time

Join Cabrillo faculty and staff members, Ann Thierman, Dawn Nakanishi, Andree Lebourveau, Joe Cosentino and Sylvia Rios who all make work that relies on a deep reverence for, and intense observation of nature.

Adaptations: Evolving in a Changing World

Wednesday, September 15, 6:00pm Pacific Time

Join Cabrillo faculty members Claire Thorson, Neeley Drown, Lesley Louden, Jane Gregorius, Beverly Rayner and Tobin Keller who given recent developments, have begun to examine the effects of COVID on the psyche, society and interpersonal interactions.

Adaptations: Shifting States of Being

Wednesday, September 22, 6:00pm Pacific Time

Join Cabrillo faculty members Carmina Eliason, Greg Mettler, Janet Fine, Angela Gleason and Carl Rohrs as they discuss their work that in some way or other deals with ideas of portraiture through representation, gesture and symbolism.

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Carmina Eliason | Beyond the Terminal Doors