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Sheila Pepe

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Sheila Pepe

February 20 through March 13

University Art Gallery to Feature Interactive Exhibit Feb. 20-March 13

Cal Poly’s University Art Gallery will present “Making Space for Free-Play,” an interactive and collaborative installation by internationally renowned artist Sheila Pepe and Cal Poly students to run Feb. 20 through March 13. 

The exhibit will open with a talk by Pepe at 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 20, in Room 150 of the Dexter Building (No. 34) on campus. A reception will follow in the gallery, located on the ground floor of the Dexter Building.

“Making Space for Free-Play” creates a place for inspiration and exploration between Pepe and the student participants. Much of the gallery space will be empty when the show opens. The student-audience-turned-participants will slowly transform the space with new pieces during the course of the show.

more about Sheila Pepe exhibit

 

Gallery Hours:

Tuesday through Saturday
11am to 4pm
When classes are in session.