The Department of Art and University Art Gallery Collection were just gifted three photographic works of art from retiring Professor of Art Hideki Kihata. Panorama with Doll, Door, and Lily all represent the techniques Kihata was best known for in the classes he taught for 35 years; Pin hole photography being his first love, silver Dye bleach taken as a pin hole image, and photogram collage referencing his early background in abstract painting. Department Chairperson Shaun Bangert wrote: These works are “a wonderful addition to the collection!” They will be used both educationally and for upcoming exhibitions.
The University Art Gallery will visually inspire visitors with frequently changing exhibitions that display a wide variety of contemporary art styles and media from international artists and SVSU Art Department students. Located in the Arbury Fine Arts Center, the gallery is intended as a cultural resource for our students and the surrounding regional community. The gallery has a large, well-lit viewing space and all exhibitions, lectures, and receptions are free and open to the public. For further information regarding exhibitions, open hours, and how to exhibit in our space, please navigate the appropriate links on the sidebar to the left.
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All gallery exhibitions, lectures and receptions are free and open to the public. Click the following link for open gallery hours or call (989) 964-2291. The University Art Gallery is located in the Arbury Fine Arts Center on the campus of Saginaw Valley State University, svsu.edu/go/visit/maps/.
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