‘CONSTRUCT’ art exhibit expands to airport

By KATIE STEWART

The Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery’s art exhibit “CONSTRUCT: Putting It Together,” has expanded to a new community outreach space at Tucson International Airport.

The extension is part of a cultural and community outreach commitment by Pima Community College, according to director David Andres.

The “CONSTRUCT” exhibit is on display through Dec. 11 in the West Campus Bernal Gallery, located in the Center for the Arts complex.

The free airport exhibit will be on display through Jan. 29, 2014. The airport gallery space is located in the Terminal A baggage claim area on the ground floor.

The extended exhibit features 12 artists: Ann Keuper, Joy Fox, Betty Harris, Joan Marum, Clark Trujillo, Judy Miller, Marvin Shaver, Lloyd Schermer, Albert Kogel, David Adix, Joe Hatton and Ellen McMahon.

The artists use metal, paper, wood, ceramics, photography, jewelry, fibers and found objects in their works.

Andres is directing the airport gallery space in partnership with Tucson International Airport public relations administrator Viki Matthews.

The TIA/Bernal Gallery exhibit space will change four times a year, and feature the local, regional, national and international artists exhibiting in PCC’s Bernal Gallery on West Campus.

“We’re really honored to have Pima’s Bernal Gallery show work at the airport,” Matthews said.

For more information, call 206-6942 or email  centerforthearts@pima.edu.

 

Filed Under: Arts BriefsArts/Entertainment

Tags:

About the Author:

RSSComments (0)

Trackback URL

Leave a Reply