Through the unbounded joy and unspeakable tragedies of the last year, Skyline College students continued to create art that was integral to who they are. On May 1st the Skyline College Art Gallery opened an online exhibition of students’ artwork in various media of visual arts; including ceramics and sculpture, digital art, drawing, mixed media, painting, and photography. The exhibition honors those student artists who made the choice to continue to create in the midst of a global pandemic intensified by political divide and economic disparity; and bravely shared their personal work with the world.
You will find the 21st Annual Skyline College Juried Student Art Exhibition at: http://www.skylinecollegegallery.art/
The Virtual Gallery
Student works are featured in an online salon style art gallery webpage arranged by Skyline College Art Gallery Coordinator Amir Esfahani and gallery student Banaz Sinjary.
Art can be viewed in a 3D virtual gallery or in web format grouped by media category.
Best in Show Awards
Every year the Skyline College Art Gallery gives awards to a select group of students who excel in a particular medium. The exhibition highlights these student’s excellent work.
Eighty-five total entries from student artists enrolled at Skyline College were submitted to the exhibition and from those entries, judges selected a Best in Show in each medium. Six exemplary art pieces were selected as Best in Show.
The Best in Show Artists:
Ceramics and Sculpture: Laura Ketley, Ritual
Digital Arts: Darius Kyu, Winter
Drawing: Yu Huang, Virgo
Mixed Media: Jasmine Espinoza, They Mattered
Painting: Sweta Thapa Sen, Untitled
Photography: Emily McHugh, Untitled
2021 Student Exhibition Jurors
Thank you to our faculty jurors, who selected the artwork receiving special recognition. They considered the artists’ voice, as well as, aesthetics, technique, and student engagement to make their selections. We thank them for the engaged and thoughtful attention they brought to our students’ work.
Skyline College’s Art Gallery is an artistic venue with programming that reflects the cultural diversity of the Skyline College community.
21st Annual Skyline College Juried Student Art Exhibition will be open until July 1st.
Article by Chris Burwell-Woo
Image by Jasmine Espinoza