Victoria College’s new exhibit features sculptures
VICTORIA, Texas – Victoria College Fine Arts Gallery exhibition features sculptures from faculty and graduate students at the Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.
The free artwork exhibit will go on until April 8 and is freely open to the public.
“This exhibit is a group show featuring a mix of photography, textiles, plastics and an interactive installation using sound and recycled materials,” said Jason Valdez, VC art instructor.
A&M-Corpus Christi faculty members Leticia Bajuyo, Richard James, and David Hill will have their works on display.
Some graduate students from the same university, such as Jacqueline Negreros, Amelia Key and Olivia Hinkel will also have their work showcased.
Bayujo’s work has been featured at the From Waste to Art Museum in Baku, Azerbaijan.
James was the recipient of Sculpture Magazine’s 2016 Outstanding Student Achievement in their contemporary sculpture awards category.
Since the CDC still recommends social distancing and other measures, guests to all Victoria College facilities are required to wear a facial covering, have their temperatures taken, pass a health screening, and to be at least six feet apart.
Victoria College’s Fine Arts Gallery is located on VC’s Main Campus at 2200 E. Red River Street in Victoria.
The gallery is open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1 to 5 p.m..
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