viernes, mayo 4
UABC and Terra Peninsular Present Digital Drawing Exhibit
The evening of Thursday March 8th, the Terra Peninsular Community Center and Gallery was host to the inauguration of the digital drawing laboratory exhibition, 'Linea de Horizonte' (Line of Horizon). Where the best artists from the Universidad Autonoma de Baja California Ensenada Campus exhibited their artwork created while camping for nine days at Constitucion de 1857 National Park in Sierra de Juarez, using electronic tablets as their only instrument. This digital drawing project has the objective of combining the need for identity of the first generations of professional artists formed in Ensenada and to raise awareness and interest in the sublimity of the Constitucion de 1857 National Park and with the a poetic-visual interpretation of it, to sensitize the community to natural resource conservation information.
"Forte", image depicting pine trees of Sierra de Juarez. Photo by Roberto Razo Castro
64 pieces were exhibited, what brought more than 150 students, faculty, media and community members to appreciate the beauty that Terra Peninsular that along with other organizations is fighting to conserve, in what has been the event at the Terra Peninsular Community Center and Gallery with the most guests up to date.
Guests appreciating the digital art at the "Line of Horizon" exhibit opening. Photo by Terra Peninsular
If you are interested in showing your environmentally themed art pieces in the gallery, please write to email@example.com. This is a space that can be used for art exhibits, workshops, conferences and meetings that Terra Peninsular makes available to all Californians and Baja Californians.