Opened in 1998, the Thacher Gallery at the University of San Francisco focuses on Bay area icons, emerging California artists, and spiritual and historical exhibitions, as well as creating collaborative exhibitions. A rooftop sculpture terrace features biannual exhibitions at the Kalmanovitz Hall.
Student work ranging from websites to sculptures, architectural models to paintings
Whimsical works create a multi-faceted experience
Multi-media works tinker irreverently with colonial narratives of “discovery” and “salvation” in Africa
The idea of personal or collective refuge represented in image and text
Artworks exude imagination, humor, and an appreciation for the absurd