Gallery 160

Attend an exhibition opening, or stop by and see the work of an up and coming art star. Gallery 160 is a springboard for the large and diverse community of young artists at Saint Mary’s. Located in Brother Cornelius Art Center

lcGallery 160 is dedicated to showcasing the work of SMC students. Through coursework and collaborations with visiting artists and art faculty, students have the opportunity to exhibit their work as they develop their own artistic style. Art majors exhibit capstone projects every semester. 


Student Gallery 160 Presents:  

Dear Colleagues,

Please join us for this Wednesday's opening of Enobong Akan-Etuk's senior thesis show, "The Silencing of Black Bodies: #BlackLivesMatter." In the artist's words, this work of installation art aims to "awaken the unconscious spirit" in relation to urgent issues of the day.  
The Silencing of Black Bodies: #BlackLivesMatter *
January 18 – February 8, 2017
Gallery 160 (located across from Soda Activity Center)
Reception: January 18th at 4:30pm in Brother Cornelius Art Center

* Trigger warning: racism and racial violence

Note: The attached flyer contains an image documenting an element of the artwork.