Mesa Gallery presents Cosecha: An Exhibition About Food
November 17, 2023 |
“Cosecha” will Showcase Food in All its Meanings; just in time for Thanksgiving
San Diego Mesa College Art Gallery invites the community to gather for the exhibition Cosecha: An Exhibition About Food through December 14, 2023. Cosecha (a Spanish word meaning “harvest”) is a multimedia group show that serves up a visual harvest drawing on the various meanings of the central theme. In the gallery several narratives are braided together: food as a symbol of both individual taste and communal joy, food as performance and indulgence of the senses, or food as abject and monstrous. Featuring 40 artists, each artwork is presented as a delicacy on a party platter where each artist brings a piece of their heart to the potluck.
Both the art and curation of Cosecha demonstrate the collective vision of the Museum Studies class. Together, students designed the call for art flier, juried the art submissions, wrote the press release and also contributed to the physical installation of the show.
Noon to 5 p.m., Monday through Thursday. (Or by appointment.) Closed Fridays, Weekends & Holidays.
Visiting the gallery is free and open to the public. For additional information, please call (619) 818-3446 or visit sdmesa.edu/art-gallery.
Jenny Armer - Orysya Barua - Beate Bermann-Enn - Liliana Cruz - Crystal Daigle - Cole Douglas - Rachel Droessler - Philip Dunn - Dianna Elizardo - Shannon English - Gaby Espina - Katie Flores – Diana Fuentes - Adele Gaburo - Sora Gallagher - Christine Galuppo - Juliet Gentry - Justin Hammond - Terri Hughes-Oelrich - Hannah Johansen - Aleya Lanteigne - Gaby López - Socrates M. Medina - Kathleen Mitchell - Chrisanne Moats - Lydia Niebla - Chrissa OBrien - Christopher Padilla - Amertah Perman - Gabriela Ponce Curlango - Lulu Yueming Qu - Barbara Rabkin - Jenny Rubottom - Katie Ruiz - Maggie Shen - Charlie Spadone - Cheryl Tall - Ana Valdeolivar - Montserrat Ventura - Cindy Zimmerman