Visual Arts– “Making Monsters,” HMC Class Exhibition 2

March 24, 2024May 3, 2024 Add to Calendar All day event.

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Making Monsters refers to the creating of the works in the exhibit.

Making Monsters refers to the students who created the works in the exhibit.

Making Monsters refers to the act of teaching the classes that the works in the exhibit were created in.

Incorporating work from at least 24 students from across the consortium, Making Monsters is an exhibition of student works from five HMC courses taught during the 2023-2024 school year. Works from Art 179S Collage, Art 179T Portrait Photography, Art 179V Generative Art, Lit 141 Monsters in Literature, and Philosophy 179F AI and Ethics are included. Works in the exhibition use collage, photography, sculpture, video, drawing, coding, writing, video and AI to examine the creative act, representation, perception, ideas of authorship, and what it means to make or be a monster.

Students in the exhibit include:
Sarah An - Harvey Mudd
Brandon Bonifacio - Harvey Mudd
Eloise Burtis - Pomona
James Clinton - Harvey Mudd
Kaeshav Danesh - Harvey Mudd
Leilani Elkaslasy - Harvey Mudd
Zeneve Jacotin - Harvey Mudd
Elena Kryukova - Harvey Mudd
Noah Gabor - Pitzer
Golda Gene Grais - Scripps
Lauren Henson - Harvey Mudd
Beatrice Rose Hruska - Scripps
Noah Limpert - Harvey Mudd
Kaliyah Keita - Pomona
Kenneth Mitchel - Harvey Mudd
Maria_Jose Najas - Harvey Mudd
Anna Shobe - Scripps
Jordan Stone - Harvey Mudd
Mikayla Spencer Stout - Scripps
Emmett Stralka - Harvey Mudd
John Tjaard van Loben Sels - Harvey Mudd
Ethan Vazquez - Harvey Mudd
Jasper Wood - Harvey Mudd
Trinity Zhang - Harvey Mudd

The exhibition is curated by Professor Ken Fandell of the HMC Department of Humanities, Social Sciences, and the Arts. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., with additional hours during events on evenings and weekends.