Come Explore the “USU Student Art Collection” Featuring the Work of CSUN Student Artists

September 27, 2019


Northridge — The University Student Union (USU) invites all CSUN students, faculty and staff to visit and experience the “University Student Union Student Art Collection”. Over the last two decades, the USU has collected 150 original works created by CSUN student artists from the Department of Art. You can now visit this meticulously curated collection featuring an array of media located throughout the USU’s facilities, including the East Conference Center, Northridge Center, Oasis Wellness Center, Sol Center, Southwest Addition, and Student Recreation Center. 

“The USU has been a proud collector of Matador student art for years,” said USU Executive Director, Debra L. Hammond. “Our art curation team has done a remarkable job organizing the ‘Student Art Collection’ into a series of easily accessible galleries. We are happy these inspired works are available for viewing by everyone at CSUN and its surrounding communities.” 

The featured art ranges from intricate drawings and complex digital art to eye-catching sculptures. Additional works include ceramics, photography, paintings, printmaking and much more. The collection is intended to support the passion and talent of CSUN’s student artists while engaging, enriching, and educating all who view it.

Visitors are welcome to explore all of the galleries during USU regular hours. Each themed exhibit reflects the talent and diversity of the CSUN student body and is intended to celebrate the creative Matador spirit. Come see the collection yourself and let it inspire you. 

For more information about the “University Student Union Student Art Collection” or to view the entire collection online, please visit

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