Upcoming Events

Guest Curator’s Talk:
Marcel Daguerre (Philosophy, CSU, Chico)
Thursday, October 12, 5:30 p.m.,
Zingg Recital Hall, Reception to follow at The Turner

Special Event: The Rhinoceros Project
Monday, October 23
Sewing circles: 9 a.m. to noon and 1-3 p.m.,
Free and open to the public (no sewing experience needed!)

Walk & Talk:
Tuesday, November 7, 5:30 p.m., at The Turner

Watermark Workshop
5-7 p.m., free but spaces limited. Contact csullivan@csuchico.edu for more information.

The Meaning of Life

Visual Analogy

Dorothea Wight, Cathedral of Dreams, mezzotint

Dorothea Wight | Cathedral of Dreams | mezzotint

October 9 – December 9, 2017

In collaboration with the Department of Philosophy, this exhibition adds visual layers
to the largest of questions – how we assign meaning to human existence.

five women stiching a quilt

Printmakers and social practice artists Michelle Wilson and Anne Beck
will lead community participants in sewing the outline
of Dürer’s 1515 woodcut The Rhinoceros, to call attention to the three
remaining Northern White rhinoceri. The project has brought
“participatory sewing circles and papermaking happenings” to
communities across the United States, and the end result will be
the creation of three life-size watermarks in handmade paper.”

rhino drawn with pencil, RHINOGERVS

For more information about the project visit: