City College Art Gallery
and Other Venues
City College Art Gallery presents:
April 3rd to April 26th 2017
Reception: Thursday April 4th 5:30- 7:30pm
Chris Koehler is an award-winning artist and illustrator working out of San Francisco.
His work has been featured in such magazines as The Atlantic and Popular Science as well as international ad campaigns, packaging, and products. His illustrations have been recognized by Communication Arts, Society of Illustrators, American Illustration, Spectrum, and 3x3.
In addition to being a freelance brush for hire, Koehler is the artist behind the comic Legend. He teaches in the Illustration and MFA in Comics Programs at California College of the Arts and co-owns Sketchpad Gallery in San Francisco. He can often be found hunched over a sketchbook in a coffee shop.
The City College Art Gallery is located in the Visual Art
Building's room119 on the Ocean Campus of City College of San
Francisco. The gallery is wheelchair accessible, free to the public,
and just a few blocks from the Balboa BART station.
Monday 9:00-12:00 and 12:30-3:30
Tuesday 9:00-11:00 and 3:00-5:00
Wednesday 9:00-12:00 and 12:30-3:30
Thursday 9:00-11:00 and 3:00-5:00
The City College Art Gallery’s Mission:
- Establish City College Art Gallery as an important arts destination for citizens of San Francisco and the Greater Bay Area, thereby stimulating active public awareness, support, and participation in the arts.
- Provide a free, publicly accessible venue for art made by regional and national artists as well as the distinguished faculty, staff, students and alumni of City College.
- Provide meaningful cultural and learning experiences for City College students by hosting contemporary art exhibitions in a critical context, which ultimately improves visual literacy and analytical thinking.
- Introduce City College art students to art professionalism through juried exhibitions and visiting artist-led workshops.
- Offer City College art students hands-on training in all aspects of gallery management, providing them practical job skills in order to gain employment in the art field.
33 GOUGH EXHIBITIONS
Throughout the year, artwork by students and faculty are showcased at
City College of San Francisco's Administrative Offices on the Ocean
Campus and at 33 Gough Street.
These exhibitions give students and faculty the opportunity to have their work viewed by City College staff, administrators, and board members. Students and faculty also display their work at our Fort Mason Center.