ASI Art Program

The ASI Art Program promotes cultural and artistic enlightenment within the campus community. The Bronco Student Center (BSC) displays works of art through short-term exhibits in the Bronco Exhibit Gallery organized in collaboration with the ASI Art Acquisition Committee and Student Activities and Programs Office.

Maria-Lisa Flemington
(909) 869-4829 or

Current Exhibits on Display

Art Student Spotlight: Fall Semester 2018 | BSC (Bldg. 35) 2nd floor Ursa Minor Hallway | October 18 – December 14, 2018

ASI BEAT Art Program’s Art Student Spotlight is a juried art contest held each academic semester. We welcome Cal Poly Pomona students of every major to submit their best artwork for an opportunity to feature it in the Bronco Exhibit Gallery and win Bronco Bucks. Our goal is to showcase the artistic skills and talents of our Cal Poly Pomona students by exhibiting their works of art in the Bronco Student Center for all to see. We accepted art of many forms, such as visual, literary, and performance art.

The following are the winners for this semester’s Art Student Spotlight:

Ethan Moll
“Honey It’s You”

Nicholas Lamborn
“Voorhis Hummingbird”

Danielle Bailey
“Time to Reset”

Christopher Landeros
“On the Other Side”

Steven Ochoa
“Aratani Garden Koi”

Hoi (Jenna) Pun
“Be Bold”

Justin Randig

Sepehr Ramshini
“The Eclipse”

Charisma Byrd
“Space Out”

Adam Do
“Afternoon in Rome”

Wish Tree | BSC (Bldg. 35) 1st floor Lower Lobby | October 29 – November 30, 2018

Come to the Bronco Student Center, Lower Lobby (Bldg. 35) to write/create your wish on a tag and tie it to our Wish Tree.
Let our tree hear your wish!

In her youth in Japan, Yoko Ono would go to temples and Tanabata festivals and knot her wish on tanzaku (small piece of paper) to the branch of a tree.

Inspired by those visits, Yoko Ono centers her art installation in contextually replicating the festival trees. Other wishes are also hung, creating a communal activity. Composed together, the wishes are believed to have more power.