What’s on display in Guam’s art galleries | Way of life

Guam’s art galleries have something for everyone, from inspiring reflections on sustainability to celebrations of our university’s achievements to a showcase of native flower and plant species.

CAHA Gallery

Friday, September 23 is the last day to view the Guam Council on the Arts and Humanities Agency’s “Sustainable September” exhibit, which features artwork using recycled materials depicting themes underlying Chamoru culture. The exhibition is open to the public from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday at the CAHA Gallery on the second floor of the DNA building, Hagåtña.

Guam Museum

The University of Guam continues its Platinum Jubilee celebration at the Guam Museum with its “70 Years of Transforming Lives and Moving Communities Up” exhibit through October 15. You can view the exhibit for free during regular museum hours: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesdays. until Friday.

The exhibition, located in the revolving gallery space on the museum’s first floor, showcases the university’s successful efforts to “Enlighten, Discover and Serve” – ​​the three tenets of its mission statement “Ina, Dekubre, Setbe”. .

Lees Reyes Art Gallery

“Flower Power,” featuring paintings, mosaics and sculptures by 22 local artists, is on display Tuesdays at the Lees-Reyes Art Gallery on the second floor of Tumon Sands Plaza.

The exhibition will be followed by “Alternate Realities”, featuring works that celebrate dreams, mystical experiences, legends, ghost stories, secret rituals, black magic and other beings. The exhibition opens on October 1 and runs until the end of the month.

Mildred D. Field