‘Fresh Outlook’ at Carson City gallery through Aug. 18

Paper cutout by Shiloh Cyphers, ‘Taco and Cookie.’

Paper cutout by Shiloh Cyphers, ‘Taco and Cookie.’

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Creativity and talent abound in the Capital City Arts Initiative’s Fresh Outlook 2022 exhibition.
The free exhibit is open through Aug. 18 in the Community Development Building (the Brick), 108 E. Proctor St.
Fresh Outlook 2022 shows 37 art works by 27 students from Western Nevada College’s Carson City campus. They used a wide variety of art media including drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, and ceramics.
Participating students include: Aspen Carrillo, Shiloh Cyphers, Ryan Defalco, Summerlynn Dennis, Jackie Estes, Jacob Flynt, Kaden Grimes, Katherine Holley, Winnie Kortemeier, Carmen Maciel, Jessica Matthew, Ethne Myler, Katherine Oppedahl, Alejandra Ortiz, Marletta Sophie Paul, Bryan Pott, Karyme Salgado, Erynn Schrauth, Joseph Torres and Madeline Wilson.
Motivation and creative inspiration for the students came from their instructors: Teri Barnes, professor Jayna Conkey, Frances Melhop, Colleen Reynolds, Janice Shedd, professor Rachel Stiff, and Matt Theilen.
“CCAI is delighted to present these strong art works to the community. It is great to work with WNC faculty and students to present this excellent exhibition and is grateful for their support. Fresh Outlook 2022 demonstrates the depth and diversity of the artists’ creativity,” said Sharon Rosse, CCAI executive director.
This show is another in CCAI’s ongoing series of student exhibitions in the Brick.
The Capital City Arts Initiative is an artist-centered nonprofit organization committed to community engagement in contemporary visual arts through exhibitions, arts education programs, illustrated talks, artist residencies, and online activities.
The Initiative is funded by the Nevada Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities, John and Grace Nauman Foundation, Nevada Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts, Carson City Cultural Commission, Kaplan Family Charitable Fund, U.S. Bank Foundation, Southwest Gas Corporation Foundation, Steele & Associates LLC, and CCAI sponsors and members.
The Brick is open to the public, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to noon and 1-4 p.m.
For information, visit CCAI’s website at www.ccainv.org.


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