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The 4,600-square-foot Alyce de Roulet Williamson Gallery draws inspiration from all the fertile domains of ArtCenter’s educational programs, producing three major exhibitions per year. Its goal is to be an active partner in the education of intelligent and spirited students who shape visual culture in the future, and to engage the broader public community in a progressive dialogue about art and design for the 21st century. To accomplish this goal, the gallery connects the College’s curriculum and student population to both established and emerging artists, looking to history and science, as well as to the present. The gallery has become a leader in the exploration of products, concepts and expressions forged at the intersection of art, science and new technologies.
Every exhibition in the Williamson Gallery is perceived as an educational hub extending directly into the classroom. The gallery offers students an opportunity to form authentic and critical insights based upon a first-hand experience of art and design. Leveraging this unique ability, exhibitions have to resonate deeply, provoke intellectual dissonance and conjure unexpected pathways of thinking.
Yoshio Ikezaki: ELEMENTS 1991 - 2016
March 17 through May 28, 2017
Yoshio Ikezaki: ELEMENTS has been made possible by a major gift from Dr. Frank Ellsworth; a grant from the Pasadena Art Alliance; a grant from The Japan Foundation; and through the generosity of the Williamson Gallery Patrons.
More information on this exhibition and the March 16, 2017 opening reception can be found at the official event page.