Spring 2013 Euphrat Museum student art show1 min read

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Jannelle Garcia

Tlazo Teotl A mural sized painting of the Aztec goddess of love. One of the award winning pieces by Joseph Rodriquez, Friday, May 3.

Jannelle Garcia, Features Editor

Diversity appears to be the theme for the De Anza College 2013 Spring Quarter Student Showcase.

A variety of art mediums including photos, paintings, and sculptures, covered the Euphrat Museum and all pieces possesed different meanings.

“There’s a great diversity of approaches that comment on current events, recall childhood memories, and document nature,” said Diana Agrabrite, the coordinator of the Euphrat Museum.

Students were encouraged to send in art pieces and ten were chosen for Juror awards.

The reception and award ceremony is May 22.

The showcase opens May 6 through June 13, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Thursday.

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