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TMCC Fall Exhibitions Opening Reception

By Dana Nollsch

A few nights ago, Michelle and I went to the TMCC Fall Exhibitions Opening Reception at the Red Mountain Galleries. We certainly had a great time enjoying the art and talking to the artists.

There are three artists on the third floor, and a student exhibit, the 51st Annual TMCC Art Faculty Exhibition, is on the first floor at the TMCC Main Art Gallery. We checked out all of the exhibits.

Who are the artists?

The Red Mountain Gallery has “Deception of Myopic Perception” by Asa Kennedy, The Erik Lauritzen Gallery has “Point of View” by Terrye Kocher, and the Red Mountain Student Gallery has “Environmentalist” by Jenny Krupka. All of these galleries are on the third floor.

In this video, we find out more about the artists of the TMCC Fall Exhibitions.

In this video, Asa Kennedy tells us more about his work.

Around the corner on the third floor, in the Atrium Gallery, there is some art from Rossitza Todorova’s class. Their challenge was to take the same subject and paint it in several different styles. I found the results fascinating and exceptionally well done.

The TMCC Main Art Gallery on the first floor of the Red Mountain Building is the 51st Annual TMCC Art Faculty Exhibition. The artists include Mahedi Anjuman, Dean Burton, Jay Damron, Candace Garlock, Miles Hall, Weston Lee, Galina Milton, Dayan Paul, Sonny Rosenberg, Micaela Rubalcava, and Rossitza Todorova.

Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC) art galleries are exhibiting local artists and a continuation of faculty work from Oct. 11–Nov. 3 at four locations on the Dandini Campus. The opening reception will be on Wednesday, Oct. 12, 5–7 p.m. on the third floor, Red Mountain Galleries, 7000 Dandini Blvd., Reno.

All art galleries are located at 7000 Dandini Boulevard, Red Mountain Building, Reno, NV and are open with building hours. For more information, contact Kyle Karrasch at 775-673-7233,, or visit the website.

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