Current Exhibit

Annual Folsom Lake College Student Art Show

Reception: Friday, Friday, March 22, 5:00 to 7:00 pm in the Bank of America Gallery
Exhibition: Friday, March 22 through Sunday, May 5, 2024

FLC’s Visual Art Department invites you to experience the culmination of a year's worth of artistic exploration and mastery at the Folsom Lake College Annual Student Art Show. Delve into a captivating array of student artwork spanning an eclectic spectrum of mediums, including drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics, sculpture, photography, metal arts, and digital creations.

From traditional to avant-garde, realism to abstraction, witness the depth and breadth of creativity nurtured within our program. This exhibition not only highlights the individual talents of our students but also reflects the robust foundation instilled in each artist as they navigate their visual arts journey at Folsom Lake College. Join us in celebrating the extraordinary achievements of our students and the enduring legacy of artistic excellence at FLC.

Participating Student Artists:
Cailyn Abreu, Robin Aguillon, Kailoa Alona, Sofia Ali, Priscilla Bilyeu, Crystal Bowles, Quinn Bane, Lisa Branum, John Buhman, Charlotte Chase, Juliana Cook, Greg Cotrill, Stacey Crummett, Lilah Cruz, Stephanie DeLizo, Pam DiFilippo, Jennifer Donald, Adriana Findlay, Manisha Garg, Hilary Gibson, Kindall Henderson, Logan Henderson, Melany H. Berumen, Melody Herrera Berumen, Maya Hewitt, Angie Jae, Eva Johnson, Brigitte Juarez, Mesa Juarez, Alyssa Klonaris, Hanna Kortan, Nick Linn, Angelique Maciel, Sydney Nyenhuis, Elias Peterzell, Maria Santana, Sara Schulz, Jillian Sellarole, Emma Shimon, Lena Stiward, Trinity Stringer, Kaitlin Tirebuck, Suzanne Tovar, Makenna Wittman, Katy Wykoff, Amberley Vicari, and Jeanette Young

The Bank of America Gallery hours are Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 12 pm to 4 pm during Fall and Spring semesters (these hours are not available during the summer semester or during winter break), as well as one hour before, and during intermission of performances in Stage One at the Harris Center, or by appointment through emailing FLC Art Professor Marisa Sayago at sayagom@flc.losrios.edu.

Admission is free, and the daily parking cost is $2 and can be purchased from designated kiosks only.