Tanya Aguiñiga (b. 1978) is a Los Angeles based designer and artist with national and international recognition of her work in the field of crafts and traditional arts.
Founder of Artists Helping Artisans, she serves an active role in building community relations through dedicated arts education and outreach.
For more information on her and her work please visit: http://www.tanyaaguiniga.com/
Mansfield University's Juried Student Exhibition 2015
A Juried Exhibition of 2D, 3D, and Graphic Design by Mansfield University Art Students
August 24 to September 22, 2015
Opening Reception and Awards: Friday September 4, 2015 4-6pm
Poly-vectral Extension Two
An exhibition by Andrew Deutsch Including collaborations with Susannah Biondo-Gemmell, Song Nam and Ann Hamilton
Exhibition March 23 - April 17, 2015Opening Reception: Thursday March 26, 2015
Artist Lecture "Electrodynamic Drawing and Speaker Art," Wednesday April 8th, Allen Hall Room 104, 4-6pm
Master and Grasshopper
An Exhibition of Regional High School Art Teachers and Their Students.
February 25 - March 20, 2015
September 2nd -October 3rd
Artist's talk and Reception: Wednesday, September 24th. 4-6pm
More Previous Exhibits
or by appointment
The Allen Hall Art Gallery is free and open to the public. The exhibits are sponsored by MU Art Acquisition and Exhibition Committee. This committee is funded through the Mansfield University College Community Services Inc (CCSI).
Mansfield University's art gallery - in the newly-constructed Allen Hall - is committed to fulfilling the mission of the university: scholarship, service, culture and character. Thomas Loomis, our benefactor, with his unwavering foresight, embodied all of these ideals in his tenure as both Gallery Director and Professor of Art. Therefore, the Mansfield University Foundation formally designated the name of "The Loomis Gallery" to honor Professor Loomis's perseverance and dedication to Art at Mansfield University.
With your help, we can achieve our goal of nurturing a constant cultural presence for professional artists and promoting the arts for the enrichment and enjoyment of all those who live and work in our region.