The ‘Office Space Art Gallery’ is a repurposed office space, located in the Fine Arts Building, Room 101.
Office Space Art Gallery Mission:
The mission of the Office Space Art Gallery is to provide a contemporary art exhibition space for our students, faculty, staff, local community and visiting artists. The Office Space Art Gallery is a teaching gallery that provides both professional and student exhibitions to support, engage, and enrich the college curriculum, visual literacy and campus life.
The Office Space Art Gallery currently holds professional art exhibitions on a semiannual basis at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters.
Student exhibits are open to Western Texas College students and regional high schools. These exhibits are held on a semiannual basis during the second half of the fall and spring semesters.
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In the current Office Space Art Gallery exhibit ‘Neck 16 ½; Sleeve 32-3’, Ohio Artist, John Dickinson’s latest body of work consists of silicone casts of pool models and button down dress shirts. By combining these two conflicting forms, allusions are made to how architecture and the body relate, and themes of work and leisure are evoked.
John Dickinson is currently an Assistant Professor of Sculpture at Wright State University, in Dayton Ohio. His work has been exhibited throughout the United States, including the Salt Lake Art Center, Grounds for Sculpture in New Jersey, and University of Dallas.