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**Gallery Hours during the Academic year: Tuesday through Friday 11:00am-4:00pm and Saturday Noon-4:00pm (Closed between exhibitions and during the summer and winter holiday breaks. When in doubt re gallery hours please call - a recorded message is available). Gallery information (909) 869-4302.
Entry to the gallery is free and open to the public however please pay attention to University parking rules and regulations including parking fees.
Mailing and shipping address: W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery, California State Polytechnic University Pomona, 3801 West Temple Ave., Pomona, CA 91768.
Directions to Campus The Kellogg Gallery is on the west end of the Student Union Building directly east of the library on the map on this page. Visitor's Parking Information or (909) 869-3061 or 3062. Campus map with zooming feature - the Kellogg Gallery is 35A on this map. Please note there is a university parking fee , however there is no admission fee to the gallery.
Meditations on the Apocalyptic September 21 thru October 23, 2009: opening reception Sunday October 4, 3-5pm.
Featuring artists: Christopher Hinton, Mark Bryan, Robynn Smith,
Duncan Simcoe, Sierra Pecheur. "It is an exhibition of recent works by five California artists who deal with the potential catastrophic consequence of human folly. As an artist the theme of ultimate destruction via the nuclear has been a long time personal concern for me. As a curator I selected these five artists because their diverse yet collective voices approach the broader theme of ultimate annihilation from many directions, allowing in the curatorial practice a far greater voice than is possible as a single artist. Each artist has contributed new work to this exhibit. While expecting answers is a romantic, utopian notion, we must ask the questions, both of ourselves and the world we live and die in." Gallery Director Patrick Merrill has exhibited his prints under this title in several venues in the United States. In this exhibition he has selected artists who speak to ideas that have preoccupied him for several years. This is the last exhibition that Patrick Merrill will curate for Cal Poly as Gallery director.
The Boston Printmaking Society: Field Report November 10 thru December 19th.
The Boston Printmakers is a North American print alliance with a juried membership of 320 seasoned and emerging printmakers. Field Report is a traveling members’ show, organized to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Boston Printmakers. The show of 180 artists include members from all areas of North America and all printmaking media. Field Report offers an opportunity to see high quality contemporary printmaking in a wide range of media from across the country.
Don Huntley Collection of Western Art January and February of 2010 (Exact dates have not been decided).
Ink & Clay 36 March 18 thru May 1, 2010 Jurors Leslie Jones (ink) and Elaine Levin (clay) will select art from across the Western States for this annual exhibition that is generously endowed by Jim Jones.
2d/3d and Senior Exhibitions
We invite you to view our Web Accessible Catalogs from Past Exhibitions listed below.
W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery presents exhibitions
in the visual arts of significance to three specific communities:
the Cal Poly Pomona University campus community; the local communities
surrounding Pomona, and the greater Los Angeles area art communities.
The purpose of our program is to bring to the campus and to the
community carefully developed art exhibits that instruct, inspire
and challenge the viewer.
Most of the gallery's exhibitions focus on the evolving issues
of contemporary art as practiced in Southern California. Special
exhibitions bring attention to important national artists and
issues of art historical/critical interest spanning ideological
and cultural boundaries. Like any good gallery the W. Keith and
Janet Kellogg Art gallery has presented work that has challenged
the notion of what is art as well as presenting objects of stunning
Art is a site for dialogue. We extend an open invitation to the
public and the campus community to the opening receptions.* Our
opening receptions are fun, with food, beverages and often entertainment.
They are a chance to meet and talk with artists, to share ideas
perhaps to argue, to be profoundly moved by an art object or to
experience the pleasure of its beauty.
The gallery is not just for students attending classes here but
for the entire community. Exhibitions have included artwork that
touches the lives of people today as well as themes of historical
or ethnographic interest. It is the goal of the gallery to continue
to bring high caliber art that is beautiful and challenging and
that speaks to the many cultural interests of both the university
and the greater community surrounding the campus. Located in front
of the Associated Student Union, across from the library, the
gallery is physically located at a nexus point of university life.
The gallery showcases the work of our most talented students in
exhibitions every May and June.
The Kellogg Gallery is made up of three separate interior galleries
connected by a spacious central corridor. The two front spaces
with their high ceilings are 1000 sq. ft. each. The back gallery
is 2000 sq. ft. with an open grid ceiling.
more exhibition information please call the gallery at (909) 869-4302.
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Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
3801 West Temple Ave.
documentation courtesy of Rhead Lown Photography
8939 Vernon Ave., Montclair, CA 909.985.1947 Last Update 9-22-09