The members of the Rotary Club of San Marino recently got a chance to learn about current and upcoming exhibitions at the USC Institute for Genetic Medicine Art Gallery.

Lynn Crandall, director of the gallery, spoke on Oct. 1 about the exhibition by New Delhi artist Nikki Anand, which will remain on view through October. It is titled, “Subconscious Communication/Biological Instinct.”

Rotarians also had a chance to meet Mike Becker, the gallery’s marketing and development committee chair, who shared the vision of his upcoming exhibition, “Free Will/Positive Moment.” The exhibit, which is based on Becker’s book of the same title, opens Nov. 15, 4-6 p.m. at the IGM Art Gallery.

During her presentation, Crandall explained the IGM Art Gallery’s mission to serve as an incubator for social capital. She offered partnership opportunities to Rotary Club members interested in open-minded discussions and “intrapreneurial” ventures with their peers in the public, private, nonprofit, faith-based, academic and media sectors.

The IGM Art Gallery is situated in the Clinical Science Center (CSC 240) at 2250 Alcazar St. on the Health Sciences Campus.