Woodbury School of Architecture’s Wedge Gallery presents the next show in its Spring 2018 series, Orbital Lights, by Jeff Guidicci & Carmelia Chang.
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About Wedge Gallery
Residing in a sliver of the School of Architecture on the Woodbury campus, the Wedge Gallery is the exhibition venue for the Los Angeles location. The small gallery space presents multiple shows per semester, each fitting into an overarching theme. The space exhibits student work, giving students the opportunity to learn from their classmates’ drawings and models, as well as work by invited architects, artists, and faculty members. Exhibits usually include a workshop or discussion component to create a more robust exchange between the exhibitors and participants. Wedge Gallery is typically open while classes are in session, during the Fall and Spring semesters.
Hours: Tuesdays & Fridays, 11 am to 1 pm, Saturdays, 1 pm to 4 pm.
The Wedge Gallery is directed by Bailey Shugart, co-founder and principal of All Black Form and adjunct faculty member at Woodbury School of Architecture.