DACC student artists will present their work in the Doña Ana Community College (DACC) student art exhibit, “The Artistic Region” from April 6 to April 27, 2018.
“The Artistic Region” features artists from all art disciplines at the community college.
An opening reception will be held in honor of the students at the Cottonwood Gallery located inside the Southwest Environmental Center on the downtown mall. The reception is from 5 pm to 7 p.m. on Friday, April 6, as part of the downtown arts ramble.
Student artists are part of the DACC/ARTS Department which includes programs in Art, Creative Media Technology and Digital Graphics Technology (CMT/DGT). The Art program supports students who have a broad interest in the arts, offering them a multicultural examination of the principles and philosophies of Art. In addition, the Art program supports students seeking skills in a range of studio classes including Ceramics, Printmaking, Drawing, and Painting.
The CMT/DGT programs trains specialists to design printed materials and web sites, produce videos and films and participate in game design. Two options for students in this major include a 2-year Associate of Science and a Certificate program. The program brings together technologies, including print media, web design, multimedia, digital photography, animation, and digital film.
What: The DACC student art show “The Artistic Region”
Where: The Cottonwood Gallery, on the downtown mall, 275 N. Main St inside Southwest Environmental Center,
When: April 6 – 27. Regular hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday with a reception for the artists on April 6 from 5 – 7 p.m.
Attached: Student artist Brenda Gallegos artwork.