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Student Art in Moffitt Library

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Moffitt Library invites University of California Berkeley undergraduate students to display their art for the academic year. We feel that the library is a highly visible and appropriate venue for such exhibits. Displays of art and design expose scholars in Moffitt to the range of creativity of their fellow students.

There are also two permanent pieces of art created by the Oakland based artist collective Five Ton Crane. Both pieces are hung on floor 5 of Moffitt Library in the Haas-Herscher Gallery.


Several pieces were selected and hung in the newly renovated floors 4 and 5 of Moffitt Library. All artists were undergraduates from the Department of Art Practice at the University of California, Berkeley.

A Field Guide to the San Francisco Bay Area by Lindsay Hanseni

Lindsay Hanseni, ‘16
A Field Guide to the San Francisco Bay Area
Watercolor and ink on paper

Wilted series by Katie Revilla

Katie Revilla, ‘17
Wilted series
Graphite on paper

Sets by Bridget Cuevas

Bridget Cuevas, ‘16
Acrylic on canvas

Hand and Palm by Bridget Cuevas

Bridget Cuevas, ‘16
Hand and Palm
Acrylic on canvas

What's Left Behind--Berkeley by Monica Galvan

Monica Galvan, ‘16
What's Left Behind--Berkeley

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