Stillwell Student Exhibition an Event Pick of the Week
SAN FRANCISCO BAY GUARDIAN -- Named for the watercolor and oil painter Leo D. Stillwell, whose entire body of work came into the possession of SF State after his untimely passing (age 22), the 26th annual Stillwell Student Exhibition will feature work by undergraduate and second-year master's of fine arts students, as well as a selection of Stillwell’s own art. The selected student work this time around includes a large variety of media, from video and photography, to sculpture and ceramics, to printmaking, textiles, metal and more. All undergraduate student work is peer-juried. Support these artists and enjoy some refreshments at the opening reception, and revisit the stunning array of work at the gallery through December 5. For an extra treat, visit Salon des Refusés to see art that didn’t make it into the primary show.