The Perspective Gallery is committed to exhibiting the finest quality fine art with a special interest in providing art viewing opportunities which pique student curiosity and creates bridges within the academic and world community. The university campus is a unique environment where students are exposed to new and innovative ideas. The role of Perspective Gallery is to enrich the college experience by thought-provoking art exhibitions, programs, and collaborations.
Even when we’re closed, exhibitions are visually available through our perimeter windows, in front, and down the corridor along the side of the gallery.
January 22 - February 17
Heartworks: 2019 Martin Luther King Jr. Annual School-Aged Children & Teen Art Exhibit
Reception: Friday, January 25, 5 - 7 pm
(Free and open to the public)
“I have decided to stick with LOVE. Hate is too great a burden to bear.” -Martin Luther King Jr., excerpt from his speech “Where do we go from here?”
Representing the work of regional kindergarten through twelfth grade students, Heartworks are visual representations of how participants chose to “stick with love.” At the center of the gallery is a sound booth, a collaboration between Newman Library and the Black Cultural Center. Patrons visiting this exhibit may record their stories about love which will be included in Perspective Gallery’s spring Black Love exhibit.
February 22 - April 6, 2019
Presented by the Perspective Gallery, the Black Cultural Center, and the Black Organizations Council
Accepting artworks from all currently enrolled Virginia Tech Students!
Submit up to two works to the Perspective Gallery between January 29-February 2 and February 4-5 from 12-9pm. For more information contact Robin Scully at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the gallery to pick up a brochure.
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