July 5 – September 27, 2020 | Jerome J. Crowley Community Gallery
In the summer of 2019, the SBMA hosted a program that gave artists the opportunity to experience teacher training, arts administration and community art projects. This year, the program focused on three fellows who worked with our curatorial and education staff. As part of this program, the artists each contributed 8-10 volunteer hours per week (over a twelve week period) and gained valuable experience through their work with the museum’s summer programming. This exhibition features the work of Isabella Di Bono Becerra, Amanda Gargac and Kelley Satoski. The work in this exhibition is representative of both the fellowship and work created up to the exhibit.
The Summer Undergraduate Residency Program offers a unique opportunity of self-direction for fine arts majors enrolled in area Indiana university or college art programs. The program offers studio space, as well as a series of critiques, workshops, and volunteer opportunities to local college students. College residents work with members of our curatorial and educational staff, engaging in a focused conversation within a challenging environment. Residencies last during the summer months of June, July, and August. At the completion of the residency, participating students are awarded an exhibition in our Community Gallery the following March.
If you are a current college undergraduate student and would like to learn more about applying to the Residency Program in 2020, please click here.
Images (from left to right):
Kelley Satoski, All That It Seems, 2019, woodcut on masonite, one side of a 19 x 19 x 19 inch cube
Isabella Di Bono Becerra, Untitled, 2019, oil on canvas, 60 x 60 inches
Amanda Gargac, Matriarch, 2018, acrylic on canvas, 18 x 24 inches