The 2021 Student Art Show is now available for viewing online. This exhibit is an honored annual tradition that showcases new artwork produced by students at Ventura College.
To view the exhibit please follow this link: 2021 Student Art Show
In The Gallery
– Exhibit Dates for this show have been postponed due to the pandemic –
The Ventura College New Media Gallery is honored to present Ojai artist, Cara Lasell Bonewitz in her first local solo exhibition, “Current in the Shadows.” Join us on Thursday, March 12 from 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm for the Opening Reception.
Cara Lasell Bonewitz’s latest body of material engagement and dedicated observation features a range of historical trends in naturalism and art, such as botanical gardens, Victorian seaweed collections, and pressed flowers. Current in the Shadows references historical methods of collecting, documenting, and display with an interdisciplinary approach that highlights links between artistic and scientific spheres. Bonewitz uses painting, drawing, light, and fiber-based mediums to explore collecting, beauty, decay and the tenuous categorization of these interrelated fields. Bonewitz is a graduate of Yale University and earned her master’s degree at the Glasgow School of Art in Scotland. She maintains a studio and work space on Montgomery Street in Ojai.
The exhibition runs through April 9, 2020. The New Media Gallery is located at 4667 Telegraph Road, Ventura, CA 93003. Gallery Hours Monday - Thursday, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm. Parking $2
The Ventura College Art Gallery was created in the 1970's, to showcase faculty and student works, as well as artwork by prestigious artists from throughout the country. Such talents include Carlos Almaraz, Don Bachardy, Billy Al Bengtron, Gary Brown, Robert Frame, Louise Nevelson, Julian Schnabel and more. The Ventura College Art Department is proud to have an art collection that includes works by Goya, Dali and Chagall.
Art Gallery hours are Monday through Thursday, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. For more information please call (805) 289-6040.
Parking on Campus requires a parking permit, which may be purchased from two automated yellow boxes in the West parking lot, and one automated yellow box in the North parking lot. The cost for parking is two dollars ($2).