TANGIBLEnTANGIBLE, a group exhibition of works by graduating studio arts majors at Loyola Marymount University, is being presented at the Thomas P. Kelly Gallery at LMU through May 7.

As the title suggests, the exhibit deals with subject matter, which is “worldly and otherworldly,” a gallery spokesperson explains.

The collaborative exhibition of art, which opened April 13, features the work of eight emerging artists: Stephanie Argueta, Paula Chen, Amber Helmstetter, Kelly Hogan, Sarah Joubert, Meg Patch, Joanna Valles and Evan Simonitsch.

TANGIBLEnTANGIBLE includes works in a variety of mediums, including photography, mixed media, painting and installation art.

The different works included in the exhibit aim to explore aspects of what people deem important: spirituality, both shaman-like and that of organized religion, aspects of memory, and the superficiality of physical appearance, the gallery spokesperson said.

Some artists in the exhibit use their art to articulate a link with the rest of the world, whether it is through culture or superstition, abstraction or realism, the spokesperson noted.

The Thomas Kelly Art Gallery is at 1 LMU Drive, Westchester. The gallery is open from noon to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and noon to 4 p.m. Saturdays.

Information, (310) 338-5189, or revmtang@lmu.edu.