Bakersfield College’s art program showcased student’s artwork in exhibition

Hilario Ismael Gomez, Reporter

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The Bakersfield College Art Program showcased its best works and efforts to the public in the Wylie and May Louise Jones Gallery located in the lobby of the Grace Van Dyke Bird Library on March 14 in its annual spring exhibition of student artwork.

The exhibition includes multiple types of art forms such as photography, ceramics, sculptures, and paintings.

Several student artists were there to see their proud works on display on the opening day of the event.

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BC student Alan Ramirez’s painting of a “watering can” in the art gallery.

The reception served various snacks and refreshments for all to partake while observing the art pieces on the opening day.

The gallery is filled with art from current BC Art students who aim to show their skills and pieces they’ve created in classes and programs of the Bakersfield College.

The gallery will be open to all to showcase the art on Mondays through Thursdays from 4-7pm until the last Thursday of the semester on May 2.

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