Everyone is invited to come into the Library and view our new exhibit, “A Celebration of Hispanic Culture,” featuring Spanish literature, art, music, food, history and people who have made a difference.
We want to thank Lampeto (Bette) Efthymiou and the International Student Club for providing Hispanic country flags; students, Jasmin Allen, Roxana Gheorghiu, and Diana Naula for their invaluable assistance in putting the exhibit together, as well as Danny Li and Lawrence Chan (display photographer) for continuing to offer their help whenever it is needed. We also want to express our appreciation to Carmita Semanate and Devin McKay for providing the beautiful artifacts and to Dr. Barbara Bonous-Smit for once again letting us use dolls from her wonderful collection.
The Art Gallery also has a current exhibit featuring a Mexican artist, Jeronimo Lopez September 29, 2014 through February 5, 2015.
We hope you will enjoy our new exhibit, as well as the Art Gallery exhibits. And while you are here, you might select a book to check out and read – either from our great collection of new books, or from the books on display. We will remove any book from the exhibit if you want to take it out. All you have to do is ask.
QCC Art Gallery received grant from National Endowment for the Arts!
The National Endowment for the Arts has awarded a major grant to the QCC Art Gallery to support its popular traveling exhibition featuring the work of photographer Marc Asnin. Asnin's exhibition is a photo essay of images documenting the life of a housebound victim of mental illness.
The project will include an educational outreach component that will engage the artist with local high school students.