San Diego Museum of Art’s Biennial “Young Art” Features Bishop’s Students

Six Bishop’s student artwork is on display in an online exhibition from March 26 through May 9, 2020. The museum’s “Young Art” exhibition is presenting its 46th show over the course of 90 years.

Six Bishop’s student artwork is on display in an online exhibition from March 26 through May 9, 2020. The museum’s “Young Art” exhibition is presenting its 46th show over the course of 90 years.
 
You can scroll through the images at right to get a preview of these Bishop’s students’ work:
  • Eric Pan '21, "Disillusion", Oil on Canvas
  • Elizabeth Jin '24, "The Joy of Plants", Digital Media
  • Naomi Deokule '21, "The Birds", Photography
  • Belen Suros '22, "Stunting Growth", Pen on Paper
  • Sharisa You '22, "Among the Ashes", Acrylic on Canvas
  • Annie Fang '22, "Authorization", Colored Pencil on Paper
According to the program’s website, “The theme of the Young Art 2021 exhibition is the environment and sustainability. Educators and students are encouraged to express innovation and creativity through artwork that conveys a sustainable message or feeling, not being harmful to the environment and depleting nature resources, while taking inspiration from the Museum’s permanent collection.”
The complete exhibition will be available online beginning March 26.
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