The El Camino Art Gallery is currently featuring an exhibit by faculty members of the art and photography departments.
There are about 25 to 30 faculty members featured in the show and each has up to three pieces, according to Susanna Meiers, the director of the Art Gallery.
This exhibit is also a “non-jury exhibit, which means no one is censored for the show,” Meiers said.
The gallery has a mixture of photography, digital media, high-fire ceramic sculptures and paintings.
A popular piece in the gallery is by Ara Ahmnadpour, which contains a wall full of posters that were found in Los Angeles from the recent presidential election.
“It shows political viewpoints,” Meiers said. “I encourage people to come and really look at the work and be able to express their own views.”