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PRESS RELEASE: Bernal Gallery Presents 31 Female Photographers from Arizona and México, Oct. 24
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PRESS RELEASE: Bernal Gallery Presents 31 Female Photographers from Arizona and México, Oct. 24

Invisible Borders: Women Photographers from Fotógrafas del Norte, MAPA - Estado de México, and BorderLens SouthwestLouis Carlos Bernal GalleryPCC West Campus2202 W, Anklam Rd. 85709October 24 - December 9, 2022Reception: November 2, 5-7 p.m. Panel discussion: November 2, 6 p.m., Sonia Madrigal, Velia de la Cruz, Alejandra Platt-Torres and Vicky Westover (CFA, Recital Hall)The gallery and its programs are free and open to the public.Gallery HoursMonday - Thursday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.The gallery is also open before most evening performances in the Center for the Arts theaters.Additional questions should be directed to 520-206-6942 by phone or online at www.pima.edu/cfa-gallery. Tucson, Arizona— The Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery presents Invisible Bor...
It’s Showtime! Pima Arts Announces its 2022-23 Season 
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It’s Showtime! Pima Arts Announces its 2022-23 Season 

Pima Arts 2022-2023 SeasonCenter for the Arts, Pima Community College West Campus2202 W. Anklam Rd. 85709(event listing may list alternate location)September 2022 through May 2023 Tickets can be purchased online at pima.edu/arts.520-206-6986 / centerforthearts@pima.edu Tucson, Arizona - Pima Arts is excited to announce its 2022-23 season! The upcoming arts season focuses on connection and the role art plays in joining together the diverse facets of the Tucson community. Pima Arts, comprised of the departments of performing arts, visual arts, digital arts, and fashion design, offers performances, shows, and exhibitions that interlace culture, tradition, history, entertainment, and even mathematics into a season of delightful alliances.  Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery  ...
Visit Pima’s free art exhibit at West Campus
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Visit Pima’s free art exhibit at West Campus

Wayne Gudmundon’s photograph of Mescal Spring, part of his What Place is This collection, and Perla Segovia’s Threads of Immigration on display starting Jan. 31 in Pima Community College West Campus’ Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery. (Photo courtesy of the Bernal Gallery) By ALEX JIMENEZPima Post Pima Community College will be hosting a free art exhibit at the Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery on West Campus Jan. 31-March 11.  The reception will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Feb. 10. On display at the art exhibit will be Wayne Gudmundson’s “What Place is This” and Perla Segovia’s “Threads of Immigration.” Gudmundson is a photographer who was born in Fargo, North Dakota, in 1949. Gudmundson’s photography has been exhibited in institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art and the Center...
Check out free Pima art exhibit ‘Egress’
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Check out free Pima art exhibit ‘Egress’

By Alex Jimenez Pima Community College will host Egress - an art exhibit with work from three London-based artists.  Admission to the exhibit is free and is being held at the Louis Carlos Bernal Art Exhibit on PCC’s West Campus through Oct. 8. The art displayed is all made on paper and was completed during the COVID lockdown by Alice Browne, Anthony Banks and George Little.  All three of the artists attended the Royal College of Art in London. “Each artist explores abstracted themes about London from ‘Leftovers’ left on tables to the surrounding English environments to imagined ideas about San Sebastian to Orbits,” said gallery director David Andres in the exhibit introduction. “‘Egress’ is but a snapshot of what was produced.” George Little’s art uses restaura...
Bernal Gallery illustrates life on and beyond the border
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Bernal Gallery illustrates life on and beyond the border

BY PARKER BROCK  The Pima Community College Bernal Gallery is presenting SEPARADOS POR FRONTERA - SEPARATED BY BORDERS, an art gallery featuring works from Sonoran artists. The Bernal gallery is located at PCC West Campus and will displaying the exhibit from February fourth through March eighth. The gallery is open Monday through Thursday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., and Friday from, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. On display are works from artists Francisco Larios Osuna, Miriam Salado, Carlos Iván Hernández and Nahatan Navarro, all of which have their work tied to the the state of Sonora. “They all have origin from Hermosillo, Mexico, one was born in wiamus, one was born, Carlos was born in Mexico city. They all went to school at the university of hermacio and now they're dispersing.” said David Andres, d...
‘Sustained Visions’ features 5 artists
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‘Sustained Visions’ features 5 artists

By AMARIS ENCINAS The Bernal Gallery chronicles the lives and works of: Fred Borcherdt, Bailey Doogan, Tom Philabaum, Barbara Rogers and Jim Waid in the new exhibit “Sustained Visions.” All five artists have taught at the college level while holding fast to their concepts and quality of craftsmanship. according to Andres. Sustained Visions was created behind the idea that Tucson and Southern Arizona have many successful artists that have an independent an independent vision, but few have sustained their conversion over the decades,” Andres said. Jim Waid taught painting at Pima Community College at West Campus in the 70’s and 80’s before the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City collected his work. Tom Philabaum founded the Sonoran Glass School and Pima students can take cla...
A man without borders: David Andres
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A man without borders: David Andres

David Andres in the Bernal Art Gallery. (Photo Courtesy the Bernal Gallery) AMARIS ENCINASPima Post David Andres paints his own vision for what the art world would be like if the sky was as wide as it was high. The painter has been the curator of the Bernal Gallery for the last 11 years and the instructor of the Gallery Museum Studies class at Pima Community College. Over the course of 27 years, Andres has traveled throughout Mexico, and his love for the country inspires a lot of themes that arise in his exhibitions. “We might be separated by borders, but it doesn’t make any difference,” said Andres when discussing the concept of “Separated by Borders.” “These are incredible artists that are living just south of us and haven’t had the opportunity to show here in Tucson.” ...