Chaffey College and the Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art are pleased to present a series of free public programs. All events will take place at the Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art on the Chaffey Rancho Cucamonga Campus, unless otherwise stated. Events are free and open to the public.
This programming is generously supported in part by the President's Equity Council, Associated Students of Chaffey College, and the President's Host Account. Institutional support for the Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art is provided by Chaffey College, the School of Visual & Performing Arts, and the President's Office.
SPRING 2018 PROGRAMMING
Visiting Artist Workshop: Duan Kellum
February 22, 12:30-3:20pm
FNAC-213, Fontana Campus
Join Redlands-based artist, educator and activist Duan Kellum in a hands-on screenprinting workshop. Explore printmaking as an action of protest. Bring a clean white t-shirt to print on if desired. Paper will be provided. Free and open to the public, but space is limited.
New Worlds: Exploring Identity and Transformation through Visual Art
February 26, 2 - 3:30pm
CAA-218, Rancho Campus
Join the Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art, One Book/One College, and the Chaffey College Literacy & Learning Community in this hands-on workshop where we’ll consider Macha Suzuki’s installation Rainbow Apocalypse and discuss literacy and discourse together. If possible, please download Adobe’s free Photoshop Mix to your smart device prior to the workshop. A limited number of preloaded iPads will be available for use. Light refreshments will be available. This event is free and open to the public.
March 7, 12-2pm
CAA Student Art Gallery
Join OBOC, the Chaffey College Library, and the Wignall Museum at Zine Fest! Local and regional artists who use zines as a tool of personal and political activism and to amplify marginalized voices will be in attendance. Meet the artists, buy zines, enjoy food and music at this free event. Generous support from all of our organizers at Chaffey College Student Government (CCSG).
Visiting Artist Lecture and Workshop: Macha Suzuki
March 8, 6:30-9:30pm
CAC-105, Rancho Campus
Join Rainbow Apocalypse artist Macha Suzuki to hear him discuss his art practice and guide a hands-on project creating tote bags inspired by the exhibition Rainbow Apocalypse. This workshop is free and open to the public, but space is limited.
Poetry in Motion
AD-151, Rancho Campus
Join the Chaffey Review and Professors Michelle Dowd and Vicki Tulacro for a poetry reading featuring student talent in honor of National Poetry Month.
Student Invitational Panel Discussion
CAA-211, Rancho Campus
Join the artists featured in Student Invitational 2018 as they discuss their work and the Student Invitational process with a guest artist moderator and answer questions from the audience. This year marks the 41st anniversary of this juried exhibition. Student Invitational 2018 is on view at the Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art from April 9 – May 10, 2017.
Center for the Arts, Rancho Campus
Join Theatre Arts Professor Sheila Malone and her TA55 students as they present a dynamic video art production accompanied by the music and grooves of AbstractMachine that considers and celebrate International Workers Day. International Workers Day is often referred to as May Day and is a celebration of laborers and the working classes. Free and open to the public.
Student Invitational Listening Party
CAA Student Art Gallery, Rancho Campus
Join Professor Rentz and his students as they present a listening party of original and curated work to accompany the visual works of art on view by student artists in the current exhibition, Student Invitational 2018 on view at the Wignall Museum.
Visual and Performing Arts Award Program
CAA Student Art Gallery, Rancho Campus
Join our faculty and staff in honoring a number of the amazing students in the School of Visual and Performing Arts. Light refreshments will be served and space is limited.