Call for Entries: Janet Dibble Competition & Student Art Showcase
All CLU students in any major are invited to enter the 2023 Janet Dibble Art Competition & Student Art Showcase. Each student can submit up to 5 art works in any media to be featured in the art showcase and juried competition to win cash prizes, $100, 150, 200, & 250. Entries are due by March 21 at 7pm. Submit via this Link Entries may include any medium and scale, but due to space restrictions it is recommended to keep work below 3 feet on the longest dimension. Work will be juried for the exhibition and monetary awards will be given to the winners. The exhibit will be on display in the Kwan Fong Gallery during the Festival of Scholars. All are encouraged to submit work, and all entries must be RECEIVED via the online application on or before 7 PM, Tuesday, March 21, 2023. SUBMIT EARLY!!
Recuerdos | Exhibit by John Galan
ON VIEW | February 20 – March 31, 2023 Recuerdos, or memories, is an invitation to look back at one’s life journey and reflect on the struggles & triumphs of the human experience. Galan’s artwork dives into the subconscious, pulling at the many layers of what makes us human. He creates art that represents the contemporary Chicanx diaspora and draws from his own experiences growing up Mexican-American confronting generational stigmas. John Galan is an emerging artist, educator, and internationally exhibited artist residing in Conejo Valley. He is also an alum of California Lutheran University, and his work emphasizes the inseparable relationship between humankind and the natural world. In his ongoing series, Galan portrays memories through cultural traditions rooted in indigenous ritualism and healing practices. The pieces illustrate the body’s connection to mental health and its ability to heal through natural remedies passed down by the artist’s ancestors. Galan combines universal archetypes of the lungs, brain, and heart with symbolic imagery from contemporary Chicanx culture and cuisine. This work is a reframing of Neo-Chicano art, and by creating this exchange between what is current and the past, he aims to challenge multi-cultural traditions and promote healing of the mind, body, and ...
On the Range: Works by Terry Spehar-Fahey
In this exhibition of her latest body of work, retired faculty member Terry Spehar-Fahey introduces audiences to the world of Idaho ranching families of the Pahsimeroi Valley
The 2022 Janet Dibble Art Competition and Student Art Showcase
This display gives the campus community the opportunity to see the creative practices and perspectives of students in various media.
Infinite Potential: A Selection of Ceramics 2022
This exhibition will highlight a selection of student work from the ceramics and sculpture area, including methods such as building, wheel throwing and documentation.
A Horse of a Different Color: Selections from the Cal Lutheran Western American Art Collection
This exhibit showcases several pieces from Cal Lutheran’s American West Art Collection, including recent acquisitions.
Carl Dobsky: Now is the Happiest Time of Your Life
Dobsky is a legendary figure in the representational art scene, held in awe by his peers who view him as a visionary virtuoso and technical master of pencil and paint
Poetic Vestiges: The Work of Clinton Hill
Clinton Hill (American, 1922-2003) was a prolific abstract artist– his paintings often rely on geometric shapes, defined edges, and styles such as minimalism and color field.
The Janet Dibble Art Competition 2021
This competition was hosted by the College of Arts and Sciences and the William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art and was sponsored by The Janet Dibble Revocable Trust.
Escapism: Senior Art Exhibit 2021
This exhibit embodies the realities that these student artists from the class of 2021 explored during the pandemic.