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Energy: Made in Form

SDSU Downtown Gallery Event

February 4 through March 27, 2016

Energy: Made in Form Logo
Energy: Made in Form Logo

Energy: Made in Form is inspired by San Diego State University’s current campus-wide Common Experience theme “Experience Energy”. From 19th century technology to handmade craft and the fantasy of science fiction, the exhibition explores the intangible concept of energy, visualized through the creative process. Varying approaches examine the amount of energy required in creating art, energy as a social issue and energy as a state of being. Made in Form brings together works by SDSU School of Art + Design students and faculty with regional artists from California and Arizona.

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David Emitt Adams
Navajo Refinery, Artesia, New Mexico, 2015
Wet plate collodion tintype on 55-gallon oil drum lid
Courtesy of the artist

Energy: Made in Form is organized by the SDSU Downtown Gallery, in collaboration with SDSU Common Experience. The exhibition and events are sponsored by the San Diego State University Art Council. Additional support is provided by the School of Art + Design, the College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts, the fund for Instructionally Related Activities, and Arts Alive SDSU.


Opening Reception

Thursday, February 4 from 6:00 – 8:00pm
with DJ Professor Shadow


Downtown at Sundown

Thursday, February 18 from 5:00 – 8:00pm
‘:AKA wear it’ an interactive event from the SDSU Jewelry and Metalworking Program


Downtown at Sundown

Thursday, March 17 from 5:00 – 8:00pm
with Artist-led exhibition tours


One America Plaza

One America Plaza

Parking at the SDSU Downtown Gallery

One America Plaza at 600 W. Broadway (ABM parking garage)
$5 flat rate when you enter after 5:00 pm and exit before Midnight.

*Garage main entrance closes at 7:00 PM. After 7:00 PM, enter through the lobby on W. Broadway to parking garage elevators.


SDSU Downtown Gallery Information

*Exhibitions and events at the SDSU Downtown Gallery are free and open to the public.

SDSU Downtown Gallery
725 W. Broadway
San Diego, CA 92101
(619)-501-6370

For more information, contact Chantel Paul, Downtown Gallery Program Coordinator at cpaul@mail.sdsu.edu.