Poly-kroma is an annual event celebrating the Fine Arts and Visual Communication Design at Cal Poly Pomona's Kellogg University Art Gallery. The program consists of two distinct shows: 2d3d+ (aka a Juried Student Art Exhibition), and Industry Day (aka Senior Students Portfolio Showcase).
2d3d+ is a competitive exhibition that features Fine Art and Visual Communication Design work by students at all academic levels. The jurors, who consist of art, design and curatorial industry professionals, select the best work by students and determine the award-winning entries. This year’s 2d3d+ Student Art Exhibition Jurors are: Fine Artist Katie Stubblefield, Graphic Designer Kareem Collie, and Class of 2013 Student Alum and Graphic Designer Corey McClelland.
Due to the continuing safety concerns because of the COVID-19 pandemic; as a contingency plan for 2021's 2d3d+ on-site exhibition, we are hosting a virtual exhibition this year for the second time. This virtual exhibition will launch May 11, 2021 at 4pm via Zoom with juried selections of student work. The "physical" iteration of this exhibition is being moved from Spring 2021 to Spring 2022 (along with Spring 2020 qualified entrants) upon University mandated "Safer Return" protocols.
For access to the Poly-kroma Industry Portfolio Showcase featuring the work of 2021 Senior Visual Communication Design Majors go to:
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Major: Visual Communication Design
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