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The Art of Ceramics teaches the importance of color at the Mt. SAC Diana Berger Gallery

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Ehvan Fennell
Entrance of Color/form: Color Theory and Art of Ceramics exhibit.

Color/form: Color Theory and Art of Ceramics is the current art exhibition in the Diana Berger Gallery.

The exhibit is free and open to the public with the participating artists in attendance to witness their displayed work and share their personal insight.

The Diana Berger Gallery will host these impressive ceramics in a 5-week exhibition from Sept. 14 to Oct. 19, in Building 1B/C-10 on campus.

The finished ceramics from 10 professional ceramists have found a temporary home on campus for anybody to gaze upon.

The free event had finger foods like charcuterie, fruits and cookies complementing the placid atmosphere. Attendees voyaged around each piece and had the opportunity to hold conversations with attributed ceramists as slow jams filled the halls.

 

Gallery of the collection of ceramics that can be found in the Art of Ceramics exhibit. Click to view.

 

This art exhibition is open from Sept. 14 to Oct. 19, so it is important for those interested to stop by the Diana Berger Gallery to witness the intricate artworks of professional ceramists before it is too late.

To learn more information about this five-week art exhibition, it can be found on the Diana Berger Gallery website.

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Ehvan Fennell, Staff Reporter
Ehvan Fennell is a Staff Reporter for SAC Media. As an aspiring Black journalist, Ehvan Fennell’s reason for writing is to inspire change through every medium, with a current interest in short-form videos and cultural feature stories. He has been with SAC Media for over a year as features editor and is now a senior writer on staff. His dream is to read a teleprompter for the rest of his life.

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