De Anza Student Art Show

May 7-June 6, 2024

Featuring ceramics, drawing, digital art, paintings, photography and sculpture by students at De Anza College

Museum Hours

  • Tuesday-Thursday: 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • Open Saturday, June 1 (during De Anza Flea Market): 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
  • First Thursday – June 6 (spoken word and open mic): 5:30-7 p.m.
  • Open to tour groups by appointment: 408.864.5464

Student Award Winners

sculpture of hand and birds

Ceramics Award

Linda Baker, Ghost Birds, 2024

"Birds are sentinels, the current threats to them from climate change are warnings of future threats to us all. In this set of wearable porcelain sculptures, each bird represents a California species that is included by Audubon on their list of climate threatened and endangered birds."

small house

Mixed Media Award

Fernanda Loreto, Mi Ranchito, 2024

“This artwork embodies a slice of my homeland, Mexico. Having spent my formative years there until I was 16, this traditional home holds a special place in my heart symbolizing my deep affection for my country, its simple beauty, and warm atmosphere.”

painting of face

Painting Award

Eunyoung Park, Upcycled, 2024

“This painting represents my experience after being shattered. I borrowed a concept from Japanese art called Kintsugi, repairing broken pottery.”

drawing of face

Drawing Award

Frank Yung-Fong Tang, Self-Portrait, 2023

“How Georgia O’Keeffe rendered flowers in close-up inspired me to render my self-portrait like a child looking up, a close-up image of me.”

photo of woman playing cello

Photography Award

Elsa X Núñez, Beautiful Strength, 2024

“Every person has at least one exceptional story to share about their lives. I love hearing stories from everyone I meet.  It’s inspiring.”

sculpture of young woman's head

Sculpture Award

Anna Novitska, Girl with the Pearl Earring, 2023

“I like making beautiful things, I am very happy that at De Anza College you can turn any idea into reality.”

Additional Works

Here are some of the other works in this exhibition

colorful set of concentric circles in grid pattern

Jay Gall, On Target 1

"Each work was inspired by the desire to capture a discrete and fleeting moment in time, unique in form."

little boy in yellow track suit walking and reflected in mirrors

Karl Medina, Little Dragon

"My children inspire me to cultivate a sense of creativity and culture within the family."

photo of coyote

Dan De Zordo, Coyote

"Photography has provided me an opportunity to explore and capture the beauty of Bay Area landscapes and wildlife."

embroidered image of Ukrainian church

Iryna Kaleniuk, St. Andrews Church

"St. Andrew’s Church is one of the most beautiful churches in Kyiv. I created this embroidery during the first couple of months of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. It was my way of coping with the stress and sleepless nights that I had while calling my mother in Kharkiv and all my group mates."


Check this website to learn about additional events, or call 408.864.5464

Visit Previous Highlights and Recent Online Shows to view works from earlier exhibitions.

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