Visual and Performing Arts

Project Learning Lab

Project Learning Lab is an alternative arts classroom housed within our student gallery, Rozsa gallery b. Students in Contemporary Sculpture, Traditional Sculpture, and Art + Design use the gallery as their studio/class, where they create art that responds to the gallery's architecture. The gallery is a testing space, an experiment, and a chance to explore. Learning Lab students have two exhibits of their work: a mid-semester showcase of works in progress, and a final showcase at the end of the semester.

gallery b shares a wall with A-Space, our professional gallery. This gives students special opportunities to spend time with new works of art throughout the semester.

Advanced students are also encouraged to apply for an exhibit in the A-Space Independent Exhibition Series. For more information on this opportunity, please contact gallery director Lisa Gordillo.

Student Projects

A wooden hexagon constructed by a student near the stairwell at the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts. The hexagon starts smaller at the base and increases in size at the top.
Two students standing inside the Rozsa Gallery discussing an exhibit of a long piece of fabric that is draped from the ceiling with a river and sunset painted on it. Above them is an installation with balloon-shaped pieces made with wire and simulated flower petals.
An installation hanging from the ceiling of aluminum foil crafted into flower petals, with light shinning on them to create colors.
A large wooden spindle crafted by a student with three leg supports underneath.