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Upcoming Exhibits

POR ARTE Y VIDA: Chicano and Latino Art

Exhibit: April 25 - May 16, 2014  

Opening Reception: April 24, 7:00-9 pm

Chicano and Latino art is typically characterized by bold forms and colors combined with a powerful statement. Owing to a tradition of political and economic struggle, Chicano and Latino artists often use the visual image as a call for change, exploring themes of religion, repression, revolution, poverty and morality. We hope you will look closely at these powerful images from artists whose devotion to their culture and their work is evident.


Seven Spirits of Light: Scott Samuelson Retrospective 

Exhibit: May 22 - June 13, 2014  

Artist Opening Reception: May 29, 7:00-9 pm

Scott taught English at BYU-Idaho for 31 years, but he has also explored two- and three-dimensional media in clay, wood, and paper. The exhibit chronicles this exploration in painting, sculpture, and craft. On display are his leather-bound books, his watercolor paintings of the eastern Idaho landscape and the Rexburg temple, and his Chippendale and Queen Anne furniture.


Student Art Show

Exhibit: June 27 - July 23, 2014

Awards & Opening Reception: June 26, 7-9pm

Jacob Spori Art Gallery will show works of current BYU-Idaho Visual Arts students, selected by the art department faculty.  This exhibition is an excellent opportunity for the campus community to see art produced by students in various forms from sculpture to painting, design to photography and pottery to printmaking, and is an exciting occasion for students to show their work to their peers and the public.