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Current Exhibit

student art Mychal Trujillo student art Penny Batelli, Norma Gallio
student art Eileen McCahon

April 7 - May 9
Mon.-Thu. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.,
Fri. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery

Reception: Thu., April 17, 1:30-3:30 p.m.
with Award Ceremony at 2 p.m.

The Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition has been recognized as an important event for emerging artists in southern Arizona. Students from all the Pima campuses have the opportunity to present their work in a professional venue to be viewed by the general public. Distinguished jurors for this year’s exhibition are Judy Miller, visual artist (photography/printmaking/digital); Tim Mosman, artist (painting), preparator - UA Center for Creative Photography; David Longwell, artist (painting/drawing), preparator - Tucson Museum of Art.

The student exhibition awards are made possible by the generous support of the following sponsors: Antigone Books, Arizona Art Supply, Atlas Fine Art Services, Arizona Designer Craftsman, Arizona Picture and Frame Gallery, Arizona Sonoran Desert Museum, Barb’s Frame of Mind, Bianchi’s Italian, Brooklyn Pizza, Buffalo Exchange, Century Award, Contemporary Art Society, Contreras Gallery & Jewelry, Etherton Gallery, Grandma’s Spinning Wheel, JW Marriott Tucson Starr Pass Resort & Spa, Lewis Framing, Loft Cinema, Marjon Ceramics, MOCA Tucson, McGuires Jewelers, Obsidian Gallery, Pima Book Store West Campus, Philabaum Glass Gallery and Studio, Photographic Works, Posner’s Art Store, Purl’s, Sacred Machine Gallery, Sarnoff Art and Writing Materials, Star Gems Inc., Trader Joes Co., Tucson Museum of Art, Woodcraft, Woodworkers Source.

The Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery is exhibiting several art pieces, submitted by students and chosen by the jurors, for the Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition at the Tucson International Airport April 2 through Sept. 3. 


above images (l-r): Mychal Trujillo, Drowning #2, oil on canvas
Penny Batelli and Norma Galindo, Floating and Drifting, monotype print
Eileen McCahon, American Memories, sculpture – mixed media