The Thacher Gallery at the University of San Francisco Presents The State of Being: Before, During, and After – the 24th Thacher Art + Architecture Annual
SAN FRANCISCO (May 5, 2023) – The Thacher Gallery at the University of San Francisco (USF) presents The State of Being: Before, During, and After – the 24th Thacher Art + Architecture Annual from May 5 - June 30, 2023 in the Thacher Gallery on the USF campus. In ‘The State of Being’, artists explore the different vantage points of change.
Featuring juniors and seniors from USF’s Department of Art + Architecture, this juried exhibition includes fine art, design, and architecture. This collection of works by 48 student artists and designers questions how our identities and histories can shape our perception, and how individuals and the collective find understanding amidst change.
The collection was organized by students in USF’s Thacher Practicum, taught by Lexygius Sanchez Calip. Jurors included Bay Area artist Alexander Hernandez, designer and illustrator Helen Shewolfe Tseng, and Lian Ladia, Curator for Exhibitions and Programs for 500 Capp Street.
About the Thacher Gallery at the University of San Francisco
The Thacher Gallery is a public art gallery in the University of San Francisco’s Gleeson Library where creativity, scholarship, and community converge. The gallery is free and open to the public 12:00 to 6:00 p.m. daily. Appointments are required for the sculpture terrace.
About the University of San Francisco
The University of San Francisco is a private, Jesuit Catholic university that reflects the diversity, optimism, and opportunities of the city that surrounds it. USF offers more than 230 undergraduate, graduate, professional, and certificate programs in the arts and sciences, business, law, education, and nursing and health professions. At USF, each course is an intimate learning community in which top professors encourage students to turn learning into positive action, so the students graduate equipped to do well in the world — and inspired to change it for the better. For more information, visit usfca.edu.