The Salazar-Ajo Library welcomes students from Tohono O’odham Community College for the school’s first-ever exhibit at the library.
Beginning with an opening reception at 3 p.m. Friday, September 30, the students’ works will hang in the library throughout the month of October.
Students displaying paintings include:
- Makaye Lewis showing “My Favourite Boot” (acrylic on panel) and “Carmen” (mixed media)
- Sisco Fraire showing “Saint Graffitti” (acrylic on panel) and “Kaye” (acrylic on stretched canvas)
- Sage Greely showing “No Father to My Style” (acrylic on panel) and “Rose” (acrylic on stretched canvas), and
- Dylan Porter showing “Leo” (acrylic on bookbinding board) and “Holy Tattoo” (acrylic on panel).
The four are students in the college’s Painting I class, a Visual Art + Design’s associate of fine arts core class requirement. They are under the direction of Kimberley Lund, PhD.
This is a call to artists to “Join the First Conversation”
We are looking for artwork that expresses a recognition that migrant lives matter and community members in this area have rights.
Hang your work for one day only in the Plaza Gallery as part of a larger state-wide day of action for border rights. You’ll find details on how Ajo has decided to participate in this larger conversation in this week’s Copper News. You’ll also find detailed information here.
We will be sharing space with the artwork of Tohono O’odham Community College students and using the free-standing movable walls for display.
This is a pop-up gallery so whatever art comes in first gets hung first — no labels will be supplied, all work must come ready to hang, and all artists must come ready to improvise! Tools and supplies will be left available in the gallery for each artist to hang his or her own artwork.
Hang your work on Tuesday May 26th between 10am and 3pm. One piece per artist please!
The community is invited to see the artwork as part of the event on Wednesday May 27th beginning at 6 pm.
Need more info? Please use our Contact form.
Here are the upcoming exhibitions for Ajo’s Plaza Gallery.
May 8 – June 8, 2015
Tohono O’odham Community College exhibits “Next”, TOCC’s end of the year student show compiled by art teacher Kimberly Lund.
Opening Reception Friday May 8th, 6pm
June 12 – June 26, 2015
Ajo Unified School District, end of the year student show compiled by art teacher Allison Venturella.
Opening Reception Friday June 12th, 6pm
July and August are open. Propose a solo or group exhibition. All ideas are welcome. We are also looking for a volunteer to help with the opening receptions. You would not be doing it alone! If you are interested please contact us.