Gallery 160

Gallery 160
Attend an exhibition opening, or stop by and see the work of an up and coming art star. Gallery 160 is a springboard for the large and diverse community of young artists at Saint Mary’s. Located in Brother Cornelius Art Center

Gallery 160 is dedicated to showcasing the work of SMC students. Through coursework and collaborations with visiting artists and art faculty, students have the opportunity to exhibit their work as they develop their own artistic style. Art majors exhibit capstone projects every semester. 

Art Exhibition: Why We Can't Have Nice Things


Wednesday, December 8, 2021 - 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.


Cornelius Art Center, Brother Cornelious Art Room 2, Gallery 160, 1928 St. Marys Road, Moraga, CA 94575
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Open studio event with light refreshments featuring the artwork-in-progress of Art Practice seniors Oona Guensche, Emily Jones, and Isaac Kim. 

Oona Guensche is a senior art practice major from Pleasanton, California. Her work covers topics such as body image, sexual trauma, and the eco gender gap. Her work incorporates digital photography, fiber art, painting, and drawing.

Emily Jones is an interdisciplinary artist portraying the reality of Native Americans living in colonized America, and working through her identity as Native (a member of the Akimel O’odham). Her work is concerned with her and her family’s identity, struggles, and injustice for Native Americans. 

K. Isaac Kim is a painter who is a Minnesota born artist with a Korean background. His recent work challenges Western Art History with the complex perspective of a contemporary artist.



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