The Anita Seipp Gallery
The Anita Seipp Gallery is a light-filled 1,200 sq. ft. dedicated space that sponsors both professional and student exhibitions. The Gallery also functions as a place for critique and evaluation of student work, as well as a space for large-scale student painting and collaborative projects in design.
Students can have hands-on experience with the gallery through participation in the Gallery Leadership Organization. Working directly with the curator, the organization seeks to integrate the gallery more fully into the lives of students. This may be in the form of professional shows and/or student shows that educate and bring awareness of larger social issues to the community and provide engaging aesthetic encounters for the student body. The Gallery Leaders help with the installation of each year's Global Week Exhibit and also organize the Junior Class Exhibit in the spring. Past shows have included "Holocaust Responses," Global Week 2014's "Global Gallery," and a show in support of a bird sanctuary. They have also brought outside artists to campus and held a student conference on standardized testing in conjunction with "The Bell Curve" exhibit.
What's Going on in the Gallery?
Gallery Leadership presents PINK, an exhibition to support Breast Cancer Awareness. The exhibit includes paintings by Sarah Ratchye, Kathryn Dunlevie, Lucie Traeger, and numerous student artists.
Dates: Oct 24 – Dec 11
For information contact Deborah Trilling firstname.lastname@example.org
Image Credits: Lucy Traeger, Acrylic on canvas
Gallery Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, and by appointment.
For further information, please contact Deborah Trilling at 650-328-3160, ext 7878.