POSTING DATE: INFORMATION TITLE
1/29: NEW FINE ART WEBSITE
http://fineartartcenter.com. This new site will replace INFOPO. Refer to the Calendar and News section for review information and department events.
1/29: FINE ART STUDENT MEETING TONIGHT!!
The Spring 2013 Mandatory Fine Art Student Meeting is January 29th at 7-9 in the Boardroom. Visiting Artist, Brian Sharp (he is co-teaching Passion for Painting) will be the guest lecturer. Refreshments will be served.
1/15: GRAD SEMINAR LECTURE: RICHARD TUTTLE
This weeks Graduate Seminar Richard Tuttle (January 15th) is open to all undergrad Fine Art students. Grad Seminar meets Tuesdays 7:30-9pm in the LA Times Theater. [pdf]
1/9: WELCOME BACK TO FINE ART
The new term starts Saturday January 12th.
12/17: STUDIO ASSIGNMENTS SPRING 2013
There were way more requests for studios for next term than spaces available. Each term we have about four or five spaces to redistribute. Studios are provided on the criteria of seniority, merit and need. There is a map in the fine art office showing the floor plan [map] for room 105.
Upgraded to larger spaces: Angela Cionciola, Kristy Lovich
New studio: Arthur Kim, Kinley Winnaman, Tammy Chang, Marianne Park and Jody Lu.
Occupation of studios: at the beginning of the new term, January 12th, 2013.
Also, the studio hallways are being repainted over break. All materials and curtains should be removed by December 17th [as previously posted].
12/12: CONGRATULATIONS TO GRADUATING SENIORS
Congratulations all of our graduating Fine Art undergraduate students: Vanessa Soto, Pu Shuen Chow, Arpine Agdere, Shannon Hillier, Jessica Amos, Jorge Lemus Ayala, Kristofer Heng, Yan-Ting Wong, Emily Appenzeller.
12/10: STUDIO RE-PAINTING OVER BREAK
The 105 Studio Hallways will be re-painted over break starting sometine between December 18th, 2012 to January 11th, 2013. If you are working in the studios, please remove all items from the hallways, remove curtains and all other items of value. Thank you.
12/6: THIRD TERM MEETINGS ON FRIDAY 12/7
3rd term meeting will be Friday December 7th in the Fine Art Office in the DCO with Tom Knechtel and Laura Cooper. The meetings are as scheduled --11:00am Kayla Kee; 11:30am Mikhael Meshekoff; 12:00am Seul Bee Lee.
12/4: WEEK 13 and WEEK 14
During the last two weeks of the term rooms 106A and 106B get used a lot. Please be mindful of others in classes following your class. Please repair walls and put chairs and tables back into the rooms when you are finished.
11/26: THREE WEEKS OF THE TERM REMAINING
A note to all students and faculty: please document promising work from this term and send digital files to the fine art office. Thanks.
11/19: STUDIO REQUESTS AND ADVISEMENT
Registration for Spring 2013 begins week 12 . Advisement is Tuesday 11/27th. Studio request statements should be submitted (to fine art office) by Friday of week 12. A selection of new course offerings can be found on the right side column.
11/18: THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY -- WEEK ELEVEN
The Thanksgiving Holiday is from Wednesday 11/21 (11pm) through Saturday 11/24th (6am). Enjoy the break.
11/14: 5TH TERM REVIEWS PART 2
This Friday, 11/16, is part 2 of the 5th term reviews in room 106B. The reviews start at 10:00am and go to 4:00pm.
11/5: 5TH TERM REVIEW AND SCHOLARSHIP REVIEW
Friday November 9th is part one of 5th term reviews beginning at 9:30a,. Scholarship Review is at 4:30 in room 105 Studio hallways. For scholarship, when showing your work select a wall space and please post a note with your name and term next to your work.
Part 2 of 5th term review is Friday November 16th.
9/18: STUDIO SPACES IN 105
Studio spaces should be in use by the end of week two. Studio spaces not in use will be reviewed week three, and if deemed necessary, reallocated to students in need. If you have a studio and do not intend to use it, please give it up so others can enjoy them. Also, if you have a studio, all of your materials must be located inside the space. Due to our limitations there is no hallway or gray locker area storage. Works left unattended may be discarded. The studio area is the responsibility of those assigned to them. Please keep it clean. Students requesting studio spaces for the following term should email the fine art office by Friday of week 12.
9/18: FINE ART DEPARTMENT MEETING
The "mandatory" Fine Art Student Department Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, October 4th, 7-9pm in room 106B. Refreshments will be provided. There will be a visiting artist lecture beginning at 7pm. Please schedule to attend.
9/12: ADD/DROP CLASSES BY FRIDAY
Add or drop classes by Friday week one. If you need to add a class that is at maximum capacity you will need to have the proper paperwork signed.
9/10: IMPORTANT CLASS UPDATED INFORMATION
Please note that Re-Thinking Drawing has been cancelled. If you are not already enrolled in Re-Thinking Art on Tuesday 2-6:50pm, please attend and complete the necessary paperwork with Tom to enroll in this class.
5Th Term Class will meet in room 106B instead of the Annex.
9/5: INCOMING STUDENT ORIENTATION ON FRIDAY
The incoming student department orientation is Friday September 7th at 12:30pm in room 106A (following lunch in the cafeteria.)
9/4: WELCOME TO FINE ART AT ART CENTER
The new term classes begin on Saturday September. 8th. The add/drop period for Fall term ends on Friday September 14th. Stop by the Fine Art Office if you have any questions about the process.
8/20: FALL 2012 STUDIO SPACE
Here is the list of Fall 2012 Studio Space assignments.
Over a dozen students requested studio space for next term, and, unfortunately, the department only had seven spaces to provide. The following students, through faculty recommendation, will be provided with studios in room 105 for Fall 2012. Please note that each term the studios are re-evaluated. It's a use it or lose it situation since we have a high demand. If you were not awarded a studio this term, please reapply to get a studio next term. The studios are assigned based on merit, seniority and need. Familiarizing your faculty with your work by participating in class regularly and making your voice heard can be helpful. Also, it is more difficult for students out of term to get awarded a studio, for the simple reason there is no new work on which to base a conclusion.
The studio map will be posted in the fine art office. We offer two-types of spaces: individual studios and shared open-studios. They are assigned based on the perceived use of production.
[Fall 2012 studio map]
All materials must be kept in the studio spaces. There is no storage in hallways or near the gray lockers. Work left unattended will be discarded.
Congratulations to the graduating Fine Art students: Luciano Copete, James Kim, Kathryn Malone, Lina Park, John Roelofs, Miki Saito and Daniel Yang.
8/15: HAVE A NICE BREAK
Enjoy your break, have fun, the new term starts on Saturday September 8th.
8/13: STUDIO HALLWAYS AND GRAY LOCKER AREA TO BE CLEARED BY 8/20.
To all students storing work in the 105 studio common areas (hallways and locker area), please take your work out by the Monday August 20th. Materials left unclaimed will be removed during the break.
8/6: STUDIO ASSIGNMENTS FOR FALL 2012
Studio assignments for Fall 2012 will be announced during the upcoming break. We currently have five individual studios and two 'open' space studios to allocate for next term. There were about a dozen students that requested studios for next term. The Fine Art Core faculty will make recommendations for students based on merit, seniority and need.
7/30: ADVISEMENT FAIR: TUESDAY JULY 31
Tuesday July 31 between 12-2pm, Advisement for Fall 2012 classes will be held in the Department Chairs Office.
7/16: PAINTING STRETCHERS IN THE FINE ART OFFICE
A generous donation of painting stretchers has been made to the Fine Art Department. Fine Art students interested can come to the Fine Art Office to pick them up.
7/11: 5TH TERM REVIEWS JULY 24 and 27
Fine Art 5th term reviews are approaching. The schedule calls for two days, Tuesday and Thursday, from 1-4pm.
7/11: SCHOLARSHIP REVIEW: JULY 24
Scholarship review for Fine Art is on Tuesday July 24 in 105 hallways starting at 4:30pm.
7/3: FINE ART CAREER PANEL: THURSDAY JULY 12th
Fine Art and the Career Development Office have present a panel discussion entitled, Made in L.A. The panel will includes three Art Center alumnus and will be moderated by Anne Ellegood, a curator at the Hammer Museum. The date is July 12th between 7-9pm in the LATimes Media Center.
5/31: FINE ART STUDENT MEETING JUNE 12th
Kerry Tribe will be the guest lecturer at the Summer Mandatory Fine Art Student Meeting on Tuesday June 12th from 2-4pm in room 106B. Refreshments will be served. If the location changes you will be notified.
5/16: WELCOME TO SUMMER 2012
Exciting classes with new visiting faculty this term. Kerry Tribe (The Art of Forgetting), Edgar Bryan (Mythologies and Failure in Painting), Michael Parker and Mason Cooley (Expansive Islands: Socially Engaged Practices), Allison Miller and Annie Lapin join core faculty John Millei and Aaron Smith (Wet Paint), Mungo Thomson (5th Term Review), Courtney Stricklin (Senior Projects 3: Professional Practices).
4/19: CONGRATULATIONS TO SOYOUNG KWON AND SALLY KIM ON GRADUATING THIS SPRING!
4/19: STUDIO SPACE ALLOCATION, SUMMER 2012
The new studio (room 105) allocation of space was difficult this term since the demand was far greater than the supply. Jason Meadows, Nathan Kitch and Kristy Lovich will have independent spaces next term. Daniel Yang and Nicole Shara will have studio space in the open shared-studio. Studios are granted based on merit, seniority and need with core faculty recommendation. If you were not awarded a studio please request again next term by Friday of week 12. The Fine Art Office also keeps a waiting list, per chance students with studios no longer wish to use them or do not return after break.
[Summer 2012 studio map]
4/10: FINAL TWO WEEKS OF TERM
Please be sure to clean-up the walls in 106/106A after critiques and installations, so all of our other classes can use them in good condition.
4/10: STUDIO SPACE
The new allocation of studio spaces for Summer 2012 will be posted at the end of week 14.
4/3: ADVISEMENT FOR SUMMER 2012 CURRICULUM
Next Tuesday between 12-2 pm Advisement will take place in the DCO. Please come with your degree audit and any questions.
3/19: 5TH TERM & SCHOLARSHIP REVIEWS THIS WEEK
Part 1 of 5h Term reviews. Scholarship follows at 4:30pm in 105 Studio hallways.
3/13: SENIOR PROJECTS: ON AIR
Our concept for creating this as an art piece was to encourage communication among the entire art center community. We are enthusiastic about inviting content from outside our small student collective and introduce collaboration among faculty, students, and other departments. We would love to have your support by sending out a mass email to the art center community announcing our radio station and inviting everyone to tune in. The station can be found at:
1/30: MANDATORY FINE ART STUDENT MEETING
Spring 2012 Student Meeting is week 4, Thursday at 12-2pm in Conference Room B. Aaron Morse, a visiting Artist teaching Passion for Painting this term will be speaking about his work. Refeshments will be served.
1/23: FILM SERIES: FANTASY/REALITY: THURSDAYS
Starting week two on Thursday, Tom Knechtel and Jean Rasenberger have organized a film series. The films will be in room 106B at 7:30. Refreshments will be offered. Click hear for film schedule. Subject to change.
1/14: TERM STARTS
Remember that the adding or dropping of classes must occur before the end of week one.
12/15: CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATING FINE ART STUDENTS!
Cindy Parra; Taylor Knight; John Dewey, Christina Plakovic, Erin Wilder, Geoffrey Pardo, Jill Ball.
12/15: STUDIO SPACE SPRING 2012
Studio Space assignments for Spring 2012 see map below or posted on the bulletin board in the Fine Art Office.
[studio map, Spring 2012]
Once again, there were many more requests than spaces available, so if you did not get a space, keep trying. Spaces are awarded by core faculty recommendation based on seniority, merit, and need.
12/13: REGISTER FOR SPRING 2012 CLASSES
Please be sure to register fro Spring 2012 classes. If you are having difficulty getting into a class or need to discuss your degree audit, stop by the fine art office.
11/22: SPRING 2012 CURRICULUM POSTED
11/21: UPDATED 3RD TERM SCHEDULE (see left column)
11/2: SCHOLASHIP REVIEW PROCESS
If you are interested in participating in scholarship review, please read this. Fine Art scholarship review is easy. The scholarship review takes place November 10th in room 105 (Studio Space) hallways. Students can go into the space and select a section of wall for displaying their work. If the work needs special hanging or installation consideration, please ask in the fine art office for help. Remember the spaces for scholarship review are shared. Students with studios MUST use their space and let other students use the hallway walls. Faculty will walk through to rate work starting at 4PM, so be sure your work is up and your name and term is visible next to the work. If you have any questions, please stop by the fine art office. There is no paperwork to complete.
10/26: CAREER SERVICES-FINE ART LECTURE: THURSDAY NOV 3RD: MARK ALLEN
On Thursday, November 3rd in the Boardroom, Mark Allen will speak for Career Services about his work.
Mark Allen is the founder and executive director of Machine Project, a non-profit performance and installation space investigating art,technology, natural history, science, music, literature, and food in a disheveled storefront in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. Beyond their storefront space, Machine Project operates as a loose confederacy of artists producing shows at locations ranging from beaches to museums to parking lots. Mark will discuss Machine Project's history, fantastical events, and mysterious collaborators. Topics to be covered include: indoor shipwrecks, fire starting with sticks,
dog operas (by and for dogs), houseplant vacations, and teaching
children how to steal cars.
10/25: MID TERM
As we enter the second half of the Fall term.Please note the review, scholarship, and studio request dates and days in the left hand column.
10/4: 3RD TERM REVIEWS
3rd term reviews later this term, November 29th, 2011, week 12.
I need all students who have a combined 30 plus (completed and current units) to contact me as soon as possible, so I can schedule your appointment time. Last term a couple students did not make their reviews, so I need to verbally confirm all appointments this term. The 3rd term review is a chance for lower division students to touch base with core faculty and department chair. The 3rd Term Review offers individual guidance on your course of study.
Students currently on my list include:
Ines Kivimaki, Kinley Winnaman, Bailey Francis, Margaux Jacobs, Tzu-Han Chen, Jennifer Pacia, Nathan Kitch, Jenzyca Velasquez, Brianna Bakke, Jan Pacursa, Arthur Kim, Jody Lu.
(please note that some students may have transfer units, which makes them further along in their graduation audit. If this applies to anyone, we can discuss this further)
If you have already taken the review, or have not taken it earlier, or feel like you have enough units to take it now, please contact the Fine Art Office.
10/1: FINE ART STUDENT MEETING FALL 2011: Week 4
The Fine Art Student Meeting is tentatively scheduled for Thursday, Week 4, October 6th between 10am - 12pm. Please plan on attending. There will be a visiting artist and refreshment. Location will be room 106A.
Please check back here for more details.
9/21: LUCY LIPPPARD LECTURE: MONDAY OCTOBER 3
As part of AxS 2011: Pasadena Festival of Art and Science, three important events will take place at Art Center.
“Weather Report: Art and Climate Change,” a presentation by internationally renowned art critic, historian and writer Lucy Lippard, will take place on Monday, October 3 at 7:30pm in the Ahmanson Auditorium. Her presentation will look at art's potential to educate and motivate audiences on issues regarding desertification, floods,changing watersheds, global warming, renewable energy, carbon profiling, reforestation, species transformation, ozone layer, ocean acidification, and soil subsidence.
IGNITE/FLOW, curated by noted visual/sound artist (and Art Center alum) Steve Roden, will take place two consecutive evenings on Thursday, October 6 and Friday October 7, at 8pm, in the South Campus Wind Tunnel Gallery. Three highly textured works by artists Mark So, Yann Novak and Robert Crouch, and Carole Kim will incorporate complex, multi-layered media – computer-controlled projections on scrims and multi-planar translucent screens, live performers, real-time cameras, feedback loops, soundscapes and original music scores.
WORLDS, an exhibition superimposing history, astronomy, and contemporary art, opens on Thursday, October 13, at 8pm with an Ahmaonson Auditorium program and Williamson Gallery wine reception. Mike Brown, Caltech astronomer and author of "How I Killed Pluto and Why It Had It Coming" will speak in the auditorium at 8pm, followed by a gallery reception. WORLDS includes art by Darin Boville, Jonathan Cecil, Nocholas Kahn and Richard Selesnick, Adrian Lark, Michael C. McMillen, Rebeca Mendez, Steve Roden, and semiconductor (Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt); and science by Peter Apian, Nicolaus Copernicus, Francesco Fontana, Galileo Galilei, William Herschel, Johannes Hevelius, Huntington Library Rare Books, UCLA Meteorite Collection, Bartolomeu Velho, and Alfred Russel Wallace. The exhibition continues through January 15, 2012.
AxS 2011: Pasadena Festival of Art and Science, takes place at multiple venues in Pasadena, October 1 – 16. The festival’s 2011 theme is Fire & Water. Venues include -- Art Center College of Design | Williamson Gallery (WORLDS exhibition), Ahmanson Auditorium (Lucy Lippard), Wind Tunnel Gallery (Steve Roden installation); Boston Court Performing Arts Center; Caltech | Cahill Center Hameetman Auditorium; Dance Conservatory of Pasadena; Honda R&D Americas Gallery; Neighborhood Church; Pacific Asia Museum; Pasadena City College Art Gallery; Pasadena Museum of California Art | Project Room Gallery; Pasadena Public Library | Donald R. Wright Auditorium; The Gamble House; The Huntington Library | Friends’ Hall; Villa-Parke Community Center; Xiem Clay Center. Each participating partner will offer programs, lectures, performances, and exhibitions relating to the Fire & Water theme. For more information about AxS, see http://www.axsfestival.org .
9/10: WELCOME TO FINE ART, FALL 2011
The map for the Fall spaces is posted in the Fine Art Office. Students getting a space can move in the first week of the term.
New studio assignments for Fall 2011: Individual Studios: Tiffany (upgrade), Cindy Parra (upgrade), Jorge Lemus, SoYoung Kwon, Shannnon Wood, James Kim, John Roloefs.
The Shared Open Studio: Niccola Devereaux, Arpine Agdere.
Students currently with studios will continue to use their spaces.
Key for studios will be handled with security starting next term. Security will be supplied a list. Also, there are rules for using the studios that I will need to discuss with each new studio user. Please see me.
Students departing should return their keys to the Fine Art Office by the end of break.
7/28: FALL 2011 STUDIO REQUESTS DUE AUGUST 5th.
All students interested in the few studio spaces available in room 105 in Fall term, please send a short paragraph to Mitchell in the Fine Art Office by Friday August 5th.
7/13: THIRD TERM REVIEWS
The following students are up for 3rd term review week 1, July 28 in Laurence's office in the DCO.If your name is on the list, please check your degree audit or contact the Fine Art Office. 9:30am Jinkyung Jeon; 10:00am Kim Moon Kyeong; 10:30am Robert Ramirez; 11:00am Nicole Shara; 11:30am Robert Mintz; 12:00am Kristy Lovich, 12:30pm Abigail Siniscal; 1:00 Angela Cianciola.
5/31: FINE ART STUDENT MEETING [MANDATORY] JUNE 1st
Mark the date, on Wednesday June 1 from 1-3PM we have scheduled our Fine Art Department Student Meeting. Kathryn Andrews will be the visiting artist guest lecturer. The meeting offers the opportunity to discuss our department curriculum and ask questions. The location of the meeting is in the Boardroom, Refreshments will be served.
5/18: UPDATED SUMMER STUDIO ALLOCATIONS
Individual Studio: Juyoung "Avery" Lee, Jessica Amos, Yan Ting Wan, Luciano Copete, Kristi Heng, John Leitmeyer, Angela Cionciola, Juliette Youseffian.
Open Shared Studio: Cindy Parra, Ruben Vincent.
Larger Studio requests: Vanessa Soto, Taylor Knight, Carmen Lopez, Natalia Jaya, Pui Shuen Chow.
Studio map for Summer 2011
5/10: WELCOME BACK FINE ART STUDENTS AND FACULTY
Note: Classes begin Saturday May 14th (important if you are enrolled in Studio Visits).
4/26: FINE ART CURRICULUM SCHEDULE SUMMER
Fine Art Department weekly schedule (pdf dowload)
4/14: SPECIAL: GRADUATION EXHIBITION APRIL 23
Saturday April 23rd is graduation (4-6pm) and the graduation senior exhibition (6-9pm) in the fine art gallery and room 106. Please stop by to review the work and congratulate the graduates.
Shana Dimase, Michael Flanagan, Scott Jamieson, Kelli Raisler, and Mario Perez.
4/5: STUDIO SPACE REQUESTS DUE BY FRIDAY APRIL 8
Fine Art students seeking studio space for Summer 2011 should write a short request and send it to the fine art office by Friday April 8th. Studio recipients will be notified by the end of the term. Spaces are limited. The spaces will be alotted based on merit, seniority and need.
4/5: ADVISEMENT FAIR FOR SUMMER 2011 CLASSES TODAY
3/29: REMINDER: 3RD TERM REVIEWS ON THURSDAY
3RD TERM REVIEW: Week 11, March 31st in Department Chairs Office Lounge [9:30am- 3:30pm]
9:30 Paul Petros; 10:00 Aaron Alford; 10:30 Alexandra Gonzalez; 11:00 Caroline Liou; 11:30 Emily Appenzeller; 12:00 Sarah Magladry; 1:00 Kylen McMorran; 1:30 Jessica Sardas; 2:00 Luciano Copete; 2:30 Sally Kim.
Faculty: Tom Knechtel, Jean Rasenberger, Laura Cooper
3/23: ADVISEMENT FAIR FOR SUMMER 2011 CLASSES
Advisement Fair is Tuesday April 5th between 12-2pn in the Department Chairs Offices.
3/7: REMINDER: TDS PAINTING IN NEW YORK FALL 2011
Fine Art is plannng a Fall 2011 TDS entitled, TDS: Painting in New York. This is fourteen-week class with a one-week travel component in New York City. DATES TO REMEMBER: Class introduction on Friday March 18th at 1pm in room 106A. Application and deposit due Friday March 25th. Notification of Acceptance on April 22nd. Applications are available in the Fine Art Office.
3/7: REMINDER: ART MATTERS: JULIE DEAMER LECTURE ON MARCH 15TH, 7-9PM, BOARDROOM
Julie Deamer, Outpost for Contemporary Art will lecture on reconsidering Art's purpose, spaces, and practices on March 15th.
2/18: GRAD ART SEMINAR: TERRY WINTERS ON 2/22
Painter Terry Winters will be speaking at the Grad Seminar on Tuesday February 22, in the LATimes Theater at 7:30pm.
2/11: OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY FEBRUARY 13TH
Please be aware that Sunday February 13th between 12 and 4pm there is the college-wide open house. The 105 studio space areas will be open for visitors.
1/31: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES -- ART OF FORGETTING --SCREENING NEXT MONDAY
For all interested fine art students Kerry Tribe's Contemporary Issues -- Art of Forgetting-- class will be watching next Monday, February 7th in the Ahmanson Auditorium, Hollis Frampton's Nostalgia, 1971 (38 min.) Everyone is welcome. The class is 12:30 -3:30pm, but the screeening will start around 1:30pm.
1/27: FINE ART STUDENT MEETING REMINDER
All fine art students are requested to attend the Fine Art Student Meeting on Tuesday February 1st 2-4pm in room 106. Beside a presentation by Visiting Artist Mungo Thomson on his work, there will also be a short presentation from Design Matters about last terms TDS on social change. See you there. Refreshments will be served.
1/27: ON SUNDAY FEBRUARY 13TH, THERE IS A COLLEGE-WIDE OPEN HOUSE
The Fine Art Department will participate in the College-wide open house on Sunday February 13th. The 105 Studios need to be open (no curtains or materials in hallways) for this event. If you have a studio, please keep your work up and installed. We will also have a Senior Projects exhibition in the fine art gallery and student work installed in rooms 106 and 204. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
1/18: WELCOME: FINE ART STUDENT MEETING [MANDATORY]
On Tuesday, February 1, 2-4pm in room 106, we will have the Fine Art Student Department Meeting. Everyone is encouraged to attend and hear visiting artist Mungo Thomson discuss his work. His lecture will be followed by student feedback for future classes and college business. Refreshments will be served. See you all there week three.
1/4: HAPPY NEW YEAR/CLASSES RESUME 1/15/2011
12/21: REGISTER FOR ONE ON ONE, DEFINING YOUR WORK AND 5TH TERM CLASS.
1st, 2nd, and 3rd term students should register for One on One. Also, register for 5th term class if you have 70 plus units completed towards graduation. Register for Defining Your Work if you have had a 3rd term review, but do not have 70 units. Please check your graduation audit or stop by the fine art office if you need guidance. If Defining Your Work and 5th Term Review class do not appear on your grad audit, it is highly recommended that these classes be taken as electives.
12/16: HAVE A GREAT HOLIDAY
To all fine art students and faculty: have a safe and restful holiday, and a happy new year.
12/15: GRADUATION: FALL 2010
Graduation is Saturday December 18th. Congratulations go out to Luzien Martinez, Chelsea Rector, Jonathan Fields, Jamonn Roberts.
12/14: STUDIO SPACE SPRING 2011
Dear Fine Art Students: Here are the studio assignments, which the core faculty have made, for Spring 2011. Because of the large amount of requests for studios this term, a decision was made to provide the most students possible with studio space. We have selected to double–up the largest studios rather than provide larger individual studios. Note: All spaces are awarded based on seniority, merit,and need. A map will be put up in the fine art office by the end of the term.
Split larger studio
Open Shared Studio:
12/8: ADVANCED SCULPTURE EXHIBITION: THIS IS NOT A WINDOW
December 16th, 7-9pm. For Information contact: email@example.com
12/7: REGISTRATION FOR SPRING 2011 CLASSES
Be sure to register for Spring term 2011 classes on-line.
12/6: WEEK 13
Two weeks remaining in the term.
11/29: 3RD TERM REVIEWS, THURSDAY DECEMBER 2ND
Reminder for students taking 3rd term review. The review is THursday December 2nd. The schedule is posted on the panel to the left.
11/29: ADVISEMENT FAIR FOR SPRING 2011 TUESDAY!
Advisement for Spring term will be on Tuesday November 30th between 12 and 2pm in the DCO (Department Chairs Office). Please stop by. Bring your graduation audit if you have specific concerns with your program.
11/29: WATTS ART? CALL FOR ENTRIES
A special "social" student project is seeking art work for an exhibition. To participate contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, or for more info go to www.watts.blogspot.com. (see flyer at right)
11/14: FINE ART THIS WEEK NOV 14 -19
Wednesday [Nov 17] 5th term review, room 106B, 9-1pm
Wednesday [Nov 17] Scholarship Review, room 105, 2-5pm. Try to complete your install by 1:30pm. Post your name and term number next to your work.
Thursday [Nov 18] 5th term review-part 2, room 106B, 2-5pm
11/14: FACULTY MEETING
Thursday [Nov 18], Core Faculty Meeting, Boardroom 106B, 7pm
11/11: MIRA SCHOR: SPECIAL EVENT
Mira will be speaking in the Fine Art Department Friday November 19th at 1pm in the Boardroom. Please make plans to attend.
Mira Schor is a painter and writer. Her show of paintings, "From the Nineties and Beyond," opens at CB1 Gallery on November 20. Her new book, "A Decade of Negative Thinking," as well as her blog, "A Year of Thinking Positively," have received acclaim; her previous book, "Wet," received the CAA Frank Jewett Mather Award for Art Criticism and has been in continuous print for over fifteen years. Schor will be speaking about her recent work.
11/8: GALLERY ETIQUETTE 11/10/2010
The Office of Career Development is hostting a lecture on November 10th at 7pm in the Boardroom. This lecture by Matt Kennedy will discuss the nature of "gallery ettiquette." (see flyer).
11/2: SCHOLARSHIP REVIEW
Scholarship review is Wednesday 11/17th beginning at 2pm in the Fine Art Studio Hallways. Please be sure to post your name and term clearly near your work. Each student can take about six foot span of wall space. Be mindful that the space is shared. Stop by the fine art office if you have any questions.
11/2: 5TH TERM REVIEWS
Students taking the 5th term review should be in conversation with Dave Bailey in the 5th Term prep class. The reviews are on 11/17th and 11/18th.
11/2: 3RD TERM REVIEW LIST UPDATED
The INFOPO 3rd term list has been revised. Students with 30 completed credits entering Fall term are eligible for this review.
3rd Term Review students for Fall 2010: Brian Child; Jessica Amos; Jason Meadows; Vanessa Soto; Elizabeth Hahn; Pui Shuen Chow; Ruben Vincent; Erik Orozco; Guillermo Milan.
3rd term review is an informal review between a student, department chair, and two core department faculty. The reviews are 15 -20 minutes long. Bring current samples of your work or good documentation of larger or installed projects. The discussion focuses around your course of study. The exact date and location will be announced. The review usually falls during week 12,
most likely on the Thursday.
9/28: DEPARTMENT STUDENT MEETING
On Thursday, September 30th at 12pm -2pm of Week 3 in room 106, the Fine Art Department will have its mandatory student meeting. Please make arrangements to attend. Sculptor, and Advance Sculpture faculty, Patrick Hill, will speak about his work. Refreshments will be served.
9/13: PERFORMANCE CLASS CANCELLED
This is to notify students registered for "Fine Art Seminar: Performance" with J. McMurry, that the class has been cancelled due to low enrollment. Please stop by the fine art office if you would like to discuss locating a replacement class. Sorry for the late notification.
9/9: ADD/DROP DEADLINE
If you require a signature to add/drop classes, please note that the deadline is Thursday September 16. If you are unable to acquire a signature by than, you may stop by room 207 (or lab 143) on Friday September 17th.
9/7: NEW STUDENT FINE ART MEETING ON 9/10
This Friday, September 10th, following lunch at around 1:30pm, is the new incoming fine art student meeting in room 106A.
8/26: NEW TERM BEGINS: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2010
8/25: FINE ART OFFICE
Due to construction, Fine Art Office hours by appointment break week 1 and 2.
8/19: CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATING FINE ART SENIORS.
Cathy Lee, Sahil Shah, Jillian Mamey, Nicholas Rebeil, Scarlett Lee, Eowyn Wilcox, Sara Fowler, Nora Keyes.
Continuing Fine Art students: have a well deserved break. See you in early September. Classes begin Saturday, September 11.
8/18: DEFINING YOUR WORK (FAR 200)
All 4th and 5th term fine art students are highly encouraged to take "Defining Your Work FAR 200 in Fall 2010." The class is scheduled for Wednesday 2-5pm. It is a 3 unit class taught by Tom Knechtel.
8/18: STUDIO ALLOCATION FOR FALL 2010
Each term the Core fine art faculty assign a limited numbers of studio spaces to students based on seniority, merit, and need. This term we had four spaces and the open shared studio. The names which follow are recipients of space for 2010, and can take occupancy week 1 of the new term. Studios are provided on a term by term basis. Spaces not being used by the beginning of week 2 will be given to students-in-waiting.
Dahee Kim, Christina Plakovic, Jill Ball will be provided individual studio spaces. Carmen Lopez, Erin Wilder, Luciano Copete, and Geoffrey Pardo are assigned the open shared studio. Scott Jamieson will move to 105 Q, Chelsea Rector to 105L. A map of new assigned studio spaces will be posted in the fine art office.
To those requesting space, but not receiving one this term, please request again week 12 of next term.
8/18: 5TH TERM FALL 2010
The following students should be sure to register for the 5TH Term Review class FAR 300 for Fall 2010.
Taylor Knight, Jill Ball, Erin Wilder, Kristi Heng, Juyoung Lee, Andrew Schleinkofer, Geoffrey Pardo, Sooyoung Kwon. If your name is not listed here and you have 58 or more completed units entering Fall 2010, please contact the Fine Art Office.
8/17: GRAD SEMIINAR: JOHN WELCHMAN
Art Center Graduate Seminar
Tuesday, August 17
Los Angeles Times (LAT) Theater
John Welchman: “John Baldessari: Faces, Subjects, Identities”
John Welchman is Professor of art history in the Visual Arts department at the University of California, San Diego. His books on art include Modernism Relocated: Towards a Cultural Studies of Visual Modernity (Allen & Unwin, 1995), Invisible Colours: A Visual History of Titles (Yale, 1997) and Art After Appropriation: Essays on Art in the 1990s (Routledge, 2001). He is co-author of the Dada and Surrealist Word Image (MIT Press, 1987) and of Mike Kelley in the Phaidon Contemporary Artists series (1999); and editor of Rethinking Borders (Minnesota UP/Routledge, 1996). XX to XXI: Essays on European Art will be published by Akal, Madrid in Spanish, in 2010-11; and Essays on Contemporary European Art in German with Philo, Hamburg in 2011. He is also finalizing two books on the relation between art, film and the representation of faces (The Celluloid Face and Faces and Powers); and a monograph on the career to date of Mike Kelley (Taschen).
John’s recent and current exhibition projects include essays for the catalogues of Paul McCarthy: LaLa Land Parody Paradise, Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany, 2005; Mike Kelley’s Day is Done, Gagosian Gallery, New York, 2005; Incheon International Women’s Bienniale, Korea, 2007; Tim Hawkinson: Mapping the Marvellous, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia, 2008; Joseph Kosuth, Ni Appearance, Ni Illusion, Musée du Louvre, Paris, 2009; John Baldessari: Pure Beauty, Tate Modern, 2009; Andreas Hofer, Goetz Collection, Munich, 2009; Cosima von Bonin, KUB, Bregenz, 2010; Richard Jackson, Orange County Museum of Art, 2011; Mike Kelley, Stedelijk, Pompidou, MOCA, 2011-12.
John is founder and chair of the Southern California Consortium of Art Schools [SoCCAS] and editor of its publication series, which includes Recent Pasts: Art in Southern California from the 90s to Now (JRP|Ringier, 2005); Institutional Critique and After (JRP|Ringier, 2006); The Aesthetics of Risk (JRP|Ringier, 2008); Black Sphinx: On the Comedic in Modern Art (JRP|Ringier, 2010); and, forthcoming, Public Culture in the Visual Sphere.
8/10: STUDIO SPACES FOR FALL 2010 TO BE ANNOUNCED BY END OF WEEK 14
8/10: STUDIO SPACE HALLWAYS/LOCKER AREA CLEAR OUT
105 Studio hallways and locker area will be emptied during week one of break, starting August 23rd. Everything loose goes away. If you have things and would like to keep them, please move them into your studio. New studio turnover will commence September 6th. Please return the walls to the condition you found them in.
8/9: GRAD SEMINAR: SIMON LEUNG
Art Center Graduate Seminar
Tuesday, August 10
Los Angeles Times (LAT) Theater
Born in Hong Kong and living primarily in Los Angeles, Simon Leung is an artist and writer who works across multiple disciplines and media. His project-based practice has included "squatting projects" in various cities, an opera set in Los Angeles's Griffith Park, a rethinking of the psychological, philosophical and political dimensions of AIDS in the figure of the glory hole, a reposing of Marcel Duchamp’s oeuvre as a discourse in ethics, and meditations on “the residual space of the Vietnam War,” which encompass projects on the squatting body as counter-architecture, on military desertion as asceticism, and on surfing. Leung’s talk will concentrate on the upcoming iteration of his ongoing POE project, an extended video meditation on the figure of Edgar Allan Poe and its relevance to contemporary art and political life. POE was initially prompted by the position the author has long occupied in literary and theoretical discourses (e.g., Baudelaire, Lacan and Derrida) and in the writings of Robert Smithson, who contended that "Poe's Narrative of A. Gordon Pym [seemed to him to be] excellent art criticism and prototype of rigorous 'non-site' investigations." Intermingling theory and fiction, criticism and performance, POE accepts Smithson's challenge for a rigorous investigation of the "site/non-site" dialectic, and in so doing collides with many key narratives of contemporary art's historically themed reception of site-specificity.
Leung's work has been included in the Guangzhou Triennial (2008), the Venice Biennale (2003) and the Whitney Biennial (1993), and exhibited at MOMA, PS1 and Pat Hearn Gallery in New York, the Art Institute of Chicago, MOCA and the Santa Monica Museum of Art in Los Angeles, NGBK in Berlin, the MIT List Visual Arts Center in Cambridge, MA, and the Generali Foundation in Vienna. He has received awards from the College Art Association for his writing, and fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, the New York State Council on the Arts, the New York Foundation for the Arts, and the City of Los Angeles. Leung is co-editor of Theory in Contemporary Art since 1985. He has taught at UCLA, New York University, Cal Arts, Rhode Island School of Design and, since 2001, the University of California, Irvine, where he is a Professor in Studio Art.8/2: END OF TERM SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
The Summer 2010 schedule is as follows:
Thursday, August 19
5:00—9:00 p.m. Graduation Show Preview invitation-only event for potential employers, alumni and special guests
9:00—10:30 p.m. Alumni Welcome Reception for graduating students, employers and alumni
Saturday, August 20
2:30—4:00 p.m. Faculty Cocktail Reception
4:00—6:00 p.m. Graduation Ceremony
6:00—9:00 p.m. Graduation Show for friends, family, the entire Art Center community
and the general public
Please note: parking for all Summer 2010 Graduation events will be at the Hillside Campus.
8/2: GRAD SEMINAR: JO ANN CALLIS
Art Center Graduate Seminar
Tuesday, August 3
Los Angeles Times (LAT) Theater
A pioneering photographer, Jo Ann Callis established a reputation in the 1980s as one of the first artists in the contemporary American context to construct sets and stage situations solely for the purpose of producing a photograph. Jo Ann received her MFA from UCLA in the late-1970s, where her mentor, Robert Heinecken, taught that photographs should be made, not found, and she has been constructing photographic images, paintings and sculpture in her studio ever since. Her work has been presented in more than twenty solo shows and numerous group exhibitions, including the Museum of Modern Art’s landmark “Pleasures and Terrors of Domestic Comfort” (1991), which included artists such as Gregory Crewdson, Nic Nicosia, Laurie Simmons and Cindy Sherman, and which effectively redefined the realm of the domestic subject in postmodern American photography.
More recently, Jo Ann has been the subject of the solo exhibitions “Jo Ann Callis: Domestic Setups” (1995) at the Santa Monica Museum of Art, “Jo Ann Callis: Cake, Hat, Pillow” (2004) at the Center for Creative Photography in Tucson, and her 2009 retrospective “Woman Twirling” at the J. Paul Getty Museum. Her work is represented in the collections of MOMA in New York, The Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco, LACMA and MOCA in Los Angeles, the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, The Center of Creative Photography in Tucson, the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, and The National Museum of Modern Art in Kyoto, to name just a few. As professor of photography at Cal Arts for more than three decades, she has exerted a formative influence on the scores of now-established photographic artists emerging from Los Angeles and, by extension, on contemporary American photographic art in general.
8/2: THIS WEEK: 3RD TERM REVIEWS/ADVISEMENT FAIR
3RD Term Reviews are Thursday, August 5th in Conference B, across and south of the Depart Chairs Office (DCO.) Please be on time. Student review time are listed to the left.
Tuesday August 3rd is Advisement Fair in the DCO from 12-2pm. New course Fall 2010 offerings are now posted.
7/27: STUDIO SPACE 105 REQUESTS FOR FA10 DUE FRIDAY WEEK 12, AUGUST 6TH.
If you are interested in obtaining a studio space in 105 for FA10, please send a Studio Space Request, a short paragraph in word document,to mitchell in the fine art office due by Friday, August 6th. Spaces are allotted based on seniority, merit and need. I am anticipating four space to be available and a shared open studio for three people. There is no storage, but there are a limited number of gray lockers available for students in room 105, who are not provided a space.
7/27: ADVISEMENT FAIR FOR FALL 2010 CLASSES, AUGUST 3
Tuesday, August 3rd, between 12-2pm in the DCO is Advisement for Fall 2010 curriculum course selection. Chairs will be present to advise students on class offerings.
7/21: 4TH AND 5TH TERM STUDENTS IN FALL, AS OF NOW
Here is a list of potential 4th and 5th term students based on completed unit projections for Fall 2010 status based on Summer 2010 numbers. If you believe you should be on this list, but are not, because you are on LOA, or another reason, please contact the fine art office so we can schedule your review. Registrating for the class will secure your place in the reviews.
FA10 4th term: Juliette Youssefian, Shannon Wood, Rudolph Jay Schaefer, Arpine Agdere, Marianne Park, John Leitmeyer.
FA10 5th term: Taylor Knight, Jill Ball, Erin Wilder, Kristi Heng, Julong Lee, Andrew Schleinkofer, Geoffrey Pardo, Sooyoung Kwon.
7/21: FALL CURRICULUM 2010 IMPORTANT NEWS!!
All Fine Art students: In Fall 2010, the Fine Art curriculum will be adding two new classes: "Defining Your Work" (4th term) and "5th Term Review Class." "Defining Your Work," is a fourth term recommended prep class for 5th term review. The class will be taught by Tom Knechtel and Jean Rasenberger in alternating terms. Tom is Fall 2010 faculty. It is highly recommended that this terms 3rd term students register for the class. In fact, please discuss it in your 3rd term reviews week 12 with Laurence and the faculty. This class is 3 units of credit. Since "Defining Your Work" is a new class, it will only appear on the graduation audits of “new” incoming students. Also, the previously required 5th Term Review is now a required 3 unit class entitled, “5th Term Review Class” being taught by Dave Bailey as a required class for all fine art student. The class is now a 3 unit class, meeting 3 hours a week, plus the 5th term review in the middle of the term.
It is important that 4th and 5th term students register for these classes. You are responsible for your curriculum schedule.
How to judge if you are 4th or 5th term? 4th term students should have 35 plus credit hours in their 4th term, and currently be going through 3rd term review. 5th term students should have a minimum of 70 units (beginning Junior year). Check in the Fine At Office if you have a question about your status.
7/14: GRAD SEMINAR: LECIA DOLE-RECIO
Thursday, July 15
South Campus, Room 254
950 South Raymond Avenue, Pasadena, CA
“In Dole-Recio’s work, paint appears in splatters, washy gradated veils, calm swaths, and vibrantly tinted pools—often within a single piece. Crystallized rather than deconstructed, her grids have been transmuted like coal into diamond, faceted by various cuts and incisions. In one of her grandest works, Untitled, 2006, a squid-ink-black ground is enlivened by touches of hot pink and flecks of gold. Figure and ground are confused, blurred, and/or troubled to a point where the two concepts become frustrating and frustrated. What could be taken for skeletal elements shift toward the exoskeletal; shadow becomes that which casts shadow (both actual and illusionistic), “wrong” sides become “right” (i.e. “wronger”), cuts appear to connect rather than sever. This undoing—of sense, of structure, of rationalization—is accomplished through a radical saming, in which the work’s surface is eroticized by its every site being made a potential node of pleasure, nonhierarchical and immediate, as the materials’ physical othernesses are manipulated into a kind of equivalence. […] Eschewing stabilizing reference, Dole-Recio allows abstraction to be bracingly abstract—unsolved. In her work, process reveals itself to be (paradoxically?) the fundament of illusion, the imaginary; tracking the literal materializes the improper. What is seen is not only what is seeable.”
--Bruce Hainley (on Lecia’s 2006 MOCA “Focus” exhibition)
7/8: SCHOLARSHIP REVIEW. JULY 15th
Thursday July 15th at 3:15pm in 105 Studio Hallway
If you are planning on participating in Scholarship Review next week, please follow these simple instructions:
Find a wall spot in room 105; install your work. Show work which represents you in the best light; be sure to attach a piece of paper to the area with your name and term number.
Stop by the fine art office if you have any other questions.
7/1: CAREER DEVELOPMENT: FINE ART ALUMNI
Career in Fine Art Panel
How Do Fine Artists Make a Living?
Wednesday, July 14, 2010
7:00 – 9:00 pm
LA Times Media Center
Andrew Cameron, Renee Lotenero & Grant Vetter
Three Art Center Fine Art alumni return for a panel discussion to share their experiences after graduating. The evening is sponsored by the Office of Career Development and will be moderated by Dave Bailey and Laurence Dreiband.
6/28: GRAD SEMINAR: BRUCE YONEMOTO
Tuesday, June 29
Los Angeles Times (LAT) Theater
Bruce Yonemoto has developed a body of work positioned at the intersections of art and commerce, the gallery world and the television screen. His work attempts to manipulate an audience while simultaneously recognizing the mechanisms of manipulation, asserting more broadly that the composition of mass media has become a new historical site of the domination of human behavior. During his twenty-year collaboration with his brother, Norman, Bruce has been honored with numerous awards and grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the American Film Institute, The Rockefeller Foundation, and the Maya Deren Award for Experimental Film and Video.
Bruce’s installations, photographs and sculptures have been featured in solo shows at the ICC Intercommunication Center and the Tomio Kayama Gallery in Tokyo; Blum & Poe, Lemon Sky Projects and the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles; Gray Kapernekas and Casey Kaplan galleries in New York; the ICA in Philadelphia; the Kemper Museum in Kansas City; the Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus, Ohio; MIT List Visual Arts Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts; Musee d'Art Modern et Contemporain, Strasbourg, France; Convento de Santo Domingo, Qorikancha, Cuzco, Peru; and Espaco Cultural Sergio Porto, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Bruce is a Professor in the Studio Art Department at the University of California, Irvine.
6/21: GRAD SEMINAR: MILES COOLIDGE
Monday, June 21
South Campus, Room 254
950 South Raymond Avenue, Pasadena, CA
Miles Coolidge is an artist and professor of photography at University of California, Irvine. His work has appeared in solo exhibitions at Casey Kaplan in New York, ACME in Los Angeles, Galerie Gisela Capitain in Cologne; Galerie Lisa Ruyter in Vienna; the Orange County Museum and Pasadena Museum of California Art, among others. Recent group shows include "Now Is the Winter," Projekt Fabrika, Moscow, Russia; "Been Up So Long it Looks Like Down to Me," Presentation House Gallery, Vancouver, BC; Art in America Now, Shanghai Museum of Art, China; "First the Artist Defines Meaning," Kunsthaus Graz, Graz, Austria, Modern Photographs from the Collection, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and "From Close to Home," Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.
Coolidge received his MFA from Cal Arts in 1992 and attended the class of Bernd Becher at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf in 1994. He has lived and worked in Los Angeles since 1989, and is currently working on a book presenting his projects of the past sixteen years in print form, tentatively entitled,"Past Performance Is No Guaranty of Future Success."
6/17: GRAD SEMINAR: TYLER VLAHOVICH
Thursday, June 17
South Campus, Room 254
950 South Raymond Avenue, Pasadena, CA
The paintings, drawings and sculptures in Tyler Vlahovich’s most recent solo exhibition The Cones (John Tevis Gallery, Paris, 2010) resuscitate and modify aspects of art history from Chinese wall painting to Mesoamerican calligraphy. Seduced by the narrative style of cave and wall paintings found in the ancient Silk Road town of Tun-huang in western China, Vlahovich loosely divides the picture space in his new watercolor and ink on paper works into cell-like structures, serially repeated but with entire sections of the work left bare, as if time or an interloper made off with crucial pieces of the puzzle. The relationship between the muted, abstract shapes and the hollowed-out voids is symbiotic, allowing the cells to coalesce into an overall image of images.
Since 2000, Tyler Vlahovich has been included in numerous group exhibitions in the U.S. and Europe, and has had solo shows at Goldman Tevis, Mary Goldman and WPA in Los Angeles, Feature Inc. in New York, and Twig Gallery, Brussels, among others.
6/14: GRAD SEMINAR: EVAN HOLLOWAY
Tuesday, June 15
South Campus, Room 254
950 South Raymond Avenue, Pasadena, CA
Evan Holloway's sculptures combine the abstract, linear and geometric with the figurative and organic. Informed by music and color theory, economics and mathematics, he creates distinctive, often elegant and sometimes profoundly strange forms that make persistent reference to the history of 20th century sculpture. His work poses formal questions about scale, color, line, shape and symmetry while at the same time making references to popular culture, historical narratives and social ideologies.
Holloway’s work begins, so to speak, with his simultaneous reverence for and mistrust of Modernist sculpture. While twentieth century art historical antecedents such as Brancusi, Duchamp and Rauschenberg are important to reading his work, Holloway is more interested in expanding this set of references to include ancient ritual, symbolic form and the occult. Moreover, his work rejects accepted notions of taste and hierarchy of materials, blending simple, craft-like media with more traditional material and technical means. The result is a tacit commingling of the cerebral and the visceral.
Holloway received his BA from University of California, Santa Cruz and MFA from The University of California, Los Angeles. His work may be found in the collections of the Hirschhorn Museum, The Whitney Museum of American Art, the Hammer Museum, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. He has had numerous solo exhibitions in the U.S. and Europe since 1994 and has been represented by Marc Foxx in Los Angeles since 1997. His work has also been included in notable group exhibitions such as the Whitney Biennial and The California Biennial in 2002, “Gone Formalism” at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia in 2005, and “The Uncertainty of Objects and Ideas” at the Hirschhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in 2006.
6/8: GRAD SEMINAR: MARNIE WEBER
Tuesday, June 8
Los Angeles Times (LAT) Theater
Marnie Weber's work of the past ten years has relied increasingly on her ability to live in the realm of the speculative and fantastic. She entertains narratives without feeling the need to resolve them in unifying conclusions or morals, imaging a parallel "what if" universe without submitting to an "if-then" logic. Recently, this predilection met her interest in the progressive, populist, and protofeminist mid-nineteenth-century American Spiritualist movement, which undermined both social hierarchies and established religious models by proposing equal access to an afterlife, with women often functioning as mediums to help us make the connection.
6/1: GRAD SEMINAR: HIlJA KEADING
Art Center Graduate Seminar
Tuesday, June 1
Los Angeles Times (LAT) Theater
Hilja Keading's videos and video installations investigate the psychology of performance, the formation of selfhood and the interplay between individual and collective consciousness, while considering conflicts of judgement such as how something can be simultaneously beautiful and ugly, absurd and profound, tragic and comedic. Her work contains performative elements ranging from the artist herself performing for the camera to footage she takes documenting events such as circus acts and rodeo performances. It also addresses the often unconscious processes of language and wordplay and attempts to deal with the struggle between the authoritative voice of society and that of the inner self, producing mysterious narratives and environments that are profoundly moving in their evocation of both simple childhood joys and fears and complex adult psychological dramas.
Keading's videos and single- and multi-channel video installations have been broadcast on television and exhibited internationally in galleries and museums since 1987, including the Lyon Biennale, The Museum of Modern Art, Denmark, The Los Angeles County Museum, The Henry Art Gallery in Seattle, The Geffen Contemporary and J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles and the PPOW Gallery in New York City. In 2007, Keading's solo exhibition The Bonkers Devotional, a five-channel video installation portraying Keading interacting with a live black bear in a small cabin surrounded by quaking aspen trees, was shown in Videoformes at La Tolerie, Clermont-Ferrand, France. Keading's permanent video installation as part of the 28-channel "Filmstrip" Video Wall at the Tom Bradley International Terminal at the Los Angeles airport is scheduled for this year. She is the recipient of several awards and grants from the NEA, C.O.L.A., Teseque Foundation and others.
Keading received her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Fine Arts from UCLA. She was an Artist in Residence at the Children's Hospital in Los Angeles from 1996 to 1999, and has taught in the Studio Art Department of UC Irvine, School of Fine Art at USC, and is currently teaching in the Studio Art Department at UC Riverside.
5/24: GRAD SEMINAR: MICHAEL SMITH
Tuesday, May 25
Los Angeles Times (LAT) Theater
1700 Lida Street, Pasadena , CA
Michael Smith is a video/performance/installation artist known for his eponymous performance persona named Mike, the central figure in an ongoing series of large-scale narrative based projects. Mike, an innocent who continually falls victim to trends and fashions while traversing an imperfect landscape, allows Smith to create an unsettling mixture of humor and pathos while commenting on discrepancies and absurdities in our culture.
Smith has shown his work extensively around the US and Europe at a variety of venues including museums, galleries, universities, festivals, nightclubs, on television and in the streets. In New York City he has had solo shows and screenings at The Whitney Museum, The New Museum, The Leo Castelli Gallery, The Christine Burgin Gallery and the Museum of Modern Art . In 2007-08 Smith’s retrospective “Mike’s World: Solo and Collaborative Works by Michael Smith and Joshua White (& other collaborators)” was exhibited at the Blanton Museum in Austin and at The ICA in Philadelphia . Smith was included in the 2008 Whitney Biennial and “The Pictures Generation: 1974-1984”, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In Fall 2009, he and Mike Kelley presented “A Voyage of Growth and Discovery” at the Sculpture Center in Long Island City , NY . “Voyage”, will be presented by West of Rome in Los Angeles from May 26 to August 26, 2010.
Michael Smith received his Bachelor of Arts from The Colorado College and attended the Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Study Program. He has taught in the Master of Fine Arts programs at Yale, Cranbrook , UCLA, Art Center , Columbia , CalArts and is currently an associate professor in the Department of Art and Art History at the University of Texas at Austin .
5/18: GRAD SEMINAR: TOM ALLEN
Tuesday, May 18
Los Angeles Times (LAT) Theater
1700 Lida Street, Pasadena , CA
5/12: REVIEW FOR SUMMER
Based on unit count (68 plus) students should register for 5th term review. The following students: Eric Eisenstein, Dahee Kim, Geoffrey Pardo, Daniel Yang, should stop by the Fine Art Office to review their grad audits.
The following students are up for 3rd term review (35 plus units). (no need to register, but a meeting aappointment will be created. See list to left: Taylor Knight, Li Tien-Jen, Jay Rudolph, Jessica Amos, Arpine Agdere.
4/28: STUDIO ASSIGNMENTS SUMMER 2010
As of today, and not knowing which students are departing or taking a leave for the Summer term, The new Fine Art 105 studio additions will be: Shana (larger studio), Sara (larger studio), Scott (to indie studio), Tammy (to indie studio), Taylor, Avery, SooYoung, Natalie, Shannon. We have approximately five indie studios to offer. Everything should be clarified by week one of the new term.
4/27: 5TH TERM REVIEW AND ONE ON ONE
Please be sure to register if you are taking 5th term review (above 70 completed units) and for your One on One faculty section this summer. It's your responsibility, and a graduation requirement.
Spring 2010 Archive
4/22: FINALS WEEK
Good luck with your finals.
Senior Graduation Exhibition is Saturday night following the Graduation Ceremony. Graduation begins around 4:oopm.
Congratulations to our Spring 2010 graduating Fine Art students!
4/19: GRAD SEMINAR: MCKENZIE WARK
Tuesday, April 20th
L.A. Times Theatre
http://www.neme.org/main/291/hacker-manifesto a link to an abridged version of McKenzie Wark's "Hacker Manifesto".
McKenzie Wark is the author of: A Hacker Manifesto, Harvard University Press, 2004, Dispositions, Salt Publications, Cambridge, 2002, Speed Factory, (co-author) Fremantle Art Centre Press, Fremantle, 2000, Celebrities, Culture and Cyberspace, Pluto Press, Sydney, 1998, The Virtual Republic, Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 1997, and Virtual Geography, Indiana University Press, 1994.
Dr. Wark has a PhD in Communication from Murdoch University, an MA from the University of Technology, Sydney, a BA (Honors) from Macquarie University and is Associate Professor, Chair of Culture and Media at Eugene Lang College.
4/14: "FIRST" ONE ON ONE STUDENT MEETING - MANDATORY
Wednesday May 19th, Week 1 of Summer term at 11am there is going to be a Fine Art Student Meeting to review the new Fine Art curriculum and to create your appointments for One on One. Faculty mentors will be present and attendance will be taken.
This is a good opportunity to make suggestions and discuss the curricular changes in the department.
4/12: GRAD SEMINAR: REENA SPAULDING
Tuesday, April 13th
L.A. Times Theatre
"In 2004, the New York-based artist Reena Spaulings emerged from the daily operation of an art gallery (Reena Spaulings Fine Art, founded by John Kelsey & Emily Sundblad) on Manhattan's Lower East Side. Often playing on the double-identity of art dealer and artist, Spaulings' work undermines professional divisions of labor and disciplinary hierarchies, while interrogating accepted notions of individual authorship and agency.
For her first solo show "The One & Only", 2005, Reena Spaulings presented a series of hybrid painting/sculptures in the form of wall-mounted flags. Using the kind of readymade flagpoles commonly seen on suburban American house fronts and small New York business-fronts, this gesture could be read as more of an occupation than an installation, claiming a territory in another dealer's Chelsea gallery in order to problematize the protocols by which dealers "represent" artists and their work.
Reena Spaulings has also produced publications, performances and underground dance music. Reena Spaulings Fine Art is located on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. (www.reenaspaulings.com <http://www.reenaspaulings.com> )."
4/8: REGISTER FOR SUMMER 2010
Please check your graduation audit and register for Summer 2010 courses. Be sure to register for One on One and 5th Term Review. The TDS: WET PAINT requires a chair signature for enrolling in the class.
4/6: SPRING 3RD TERM REVIEW SCHEDULE
3RD TERM REVIEW: Week 12, Thursday April 8th in the Department Chairs Office Lounge. 9:00 Adriana Law; 9:20 Maria Holland; 9:40 John Roelefs; 10:00 Jill Ball, 10:20 Taylor Knight; 10:40Tammy Chang; 11:00 Erin Wilder and Geoff Pardo.
4/6: ADVISEMENT TODAY
There is advisement in the DCO (Department Chairs Office) today between 12 and 2pm.
4/5: 106A and 106B
Room 106A and 106B have been repainted. Please use "flat white paint" after you install in the rooms. "Eggshell" for the fine art gallery through the end of the term.
4/5: GRAD SEMINAR: DR. DORIS BERGER
Dr. Doris Berger
Tuesday, April 6th
L.A. Times Theatre
Dr. Doris Berger is an art historian, curator, and writer, currently working as freelance editor at the Getty Research Institute and as critic for art magazines. Before moving to Los Angeles, she was the director/curator at Kunstverein Wolfsburg, Germany. She also taught at art universities in Germany. Recently, she published her book "Projizierte Kunstgeschichte" about the myths and images in the biopics on Jackson Pollock and Jean-Michel Basquiat.
3/29: LECTURE: WILD CULTURE CLASS –DR. CATHERINE BENKAIM, 2:15pm WEDNESDAY 3/31.
Hi, all. Our speaker for this coming week, Dr. Catherine Benkaim, has had to change her schedule and will be coming at 2:15 instead of 4:15. (These things happen frequently with guest speakers.) So please show up at 2:00 for class this Wednesday; we'll do the individual meetings afterwards. Given the erratic nature of emails and people checking them, I'd be very grateful if you could also spread the word to everyone you know who's in the class! Thanks, and we'll see you Wednesday, Tom
3/ 29: GRAD SEMINAR: LUCKY DRAGONS
Tuesday, Mar. 30th
L.A. Times Theatre
"lucky dragons <http://www.hawksandsparrows.org/> " means any recorded or performed or installed or packaged or shared or suggested or imagined pieces made by Luke Fischbeck, Sarah Rara, and/or any sometimes collaborators who claim the name. the name "lucky dragons" is borrowed from a japanese fishing boat caught in the fallout of hydrogen bomb test at bikini atoll in the 1950's. the crew stricken ill, and the boat itself contaminated, the "lucky dragon" became a crystalizing symbol for the previously diffuse worldwide anti-nuclear sentiment. eventually the boat was painted black, renamed the "dark falcon", and put into reuse as a fishing vessel, until it was retired and disposed of on the man-made trash island "dream island", where it remains today.
lucky dragons are about the birthing of new and temporary creatures--equal-power situations in which audience members cooperate amongst themselves, building up fragile networks held together by such light things as skin contact, unfamiliar language, temporary logic, the spirit of celebration, and things that work but you don't know why. There have been hundreds of these simple yet shifting and unpredictable instances--with audiences ranging from the intense intimacy of one person to the public spectacle of thousands of people. At the heart of it all is playing together--building up social collectivities, re-engaging the wonder and impossibility of technological presence. It sounds--and looks--like simple and ancient patterns coming together and falling apart in a sincere attempt to let wires and screens and words become clear and crystal.
Lucky Dragons keep a busy schedule of performances, festivals and workshops and things, in the present, and in the past: The Institute for Contemporary Arts London, the 2008 Whitney Biennial, NY's PS1, the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, the Philadelphia Institute for Contemporary Art, the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, Frankfurt's Schirn Kunsthalle, Los Angeles' The Smell, NY's The Kitchen, The Smithsonian Institute's Hirshorn Museum, Cooper Union, the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, etc. Lucky dragons live in Los Angeles California and have recorded 19 albums which are all available for downloading.
lucky dragons' sister projects include "sumi ink club <http://www.sumiinkclub.com/> "--a weekly collaborative drawing society, and "glaciers of nice <http://www.glaciersofnice.com/> "--a small press and internet community. today's influences: nikki de st phalle, joan didion, CoBrA group, crass, hieronymous bosch, thomas jefferson, tina turner, allan kaprow, joan jonas, bruce nauman, mayan codices, ivor cutler, jacques ranciere, helio oiticica, lygia clark, giorgio agamben, pauline oliveros, terry riley, plastic people of the universe, eliane radigue, bruno munari.
3/23: SPRING 3RD TERM REVIEW SCHEDULE
3RD TERM REVIEW: Week 12, Thursday April 8th
in DCO Lounge.
9:00 Adriana Law; 9:20 Maria Holland; 9:40 John Roelefs;
10:00 Jill Ball, 10:20 Taylor Knight; 10:40 Ada Somuncuoglu.
3/23:GRAD SEMINAR: LISA LAPINSKI
Tuesday, March 23rd
L.A. Times Theatre
3/18:FILM LECTURE: TOM PEITZMAN
Art Center Undergraduate Film Department
Distinguished Filmmaker Series
Film Department Instructor, David Kellogg, will host a Q&A with Visual Effects Producer, Tom Peitzman. Among Tom's credits are the films: Mission: Impossible III, Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, Hulk, Planet of the Apes, Spawn, and most recently, Alice in Wonderland.
This even is open to ALL STUDENTS, STAFF, and FACULTY. The talk begins promptly at 2PM.
Tuesday, March 23rd
3/16: GRAD SEMINAR: VOLKER PANTENBURG
"Expansion, Attention, Distraction. Exhibiting Moving Images."
Thursday, Mar. 18th
[NOTE: VENUE CHANGE]
ROOM B36, (Located on the South Campus, level B3)
950 S. Raymond St., Pasadena, CA
NO SEMINAR ON TUESDAY THE 16th.
HERE IS A LINK TO MR. PANTENBURG'S WEBSITE: http://www.volkerpantenburg.de/
3/8: 3RD TERM REVIEWS
3rd trm reviews will be week 12. Time and location to be posted in the coming weeks. Students to eview are: Tammy Chang, Li Tien-Jen, Elizabeth Ball, Knight Taylor, Ada Somuncuoglu. 3rd term is a casual 15 minute review with dept chair and a core faculty. Bring a couple samples of your work. 30 or more units are needed for this review. If you have more units, and have not been reviewed or are not on this list, please contact the fine art office.
3/8: 5TH TERM REVIEWS/SCHOLARSHIP:
5th term reviews and scholarship reviews are approaching -- weeks 9 and 10. Please be prepared, and ask questions if you have them.
3/8: GRAD SEMINAR: BRIAN CALVIN
LA Painter Brian Calvin will talk about his figurative paintings on Tuesday, Mar 9th, L.A.Times Theatre, 7:30PM.
Brian Calvin has had solo exhibitions with Gallery Side 2, Tokyo; Marc Foxx, Los Angeles; Corvi-Mora, London and Anton Kern Gallery, New York. His paintings have been included in exhibitions at the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; Midway Contemporary Art, Minneapolis; The Barbican, London; Transmission Gallery, Glasgow; Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach; Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. His work has been reviewed in The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, Frieze and Artforum. He was born in Visalia, California, in 1969, receiving a BA from UC Berkeley and an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Calvin lives and works in Ventura, California.
3/1: GRAD SEMINAR: FRITZ HAEG: TUESDAY 3/2
Fritz Haeg will speaak about his environmental and art projects on Tuesday, Mar. 2nd, L.A. Times Theatre at 7:30 PM.
BIO IS HERE:
2/23: DAVE MULLER FEBRUARY 26TH AT 8:45AM
Dave Muller will present his project in John Millei's "Drawing as Process" class at 8:45 on Friday in room 106.
2/22: GRAD SEMINAR: CHELSEA GIRLS
Tuesday, Feb. 23rd
L.A. Times Theatre
Screening: "Chelsea Girls"
Directed by Andy Warhol and Paul Morrissey
Runtime: 210 Minutes
Starring: Brigid Berlin, Randy Borscheidt, Christian Aaron Boulogne, Angel "Pepper" Davis, Dorothy Dean, Eric Emerson, Patrick Fleming, Ed Hood, Arthur Loeb, Donald Lyons, Gerard Melanga, Marie Menken, Mario Montez, Nico, Ondine. Lacking a formal narrative, Warhol/Morrissey's art house classic follows various residents of the Chelsea Hotel in 1966 New York City, presented in a split screen with a single audio track in conjunction with one side of screen.
2/17: SENIOR PROJECTS EXHIBITION CALL FOR ARTWORK
Dearest fine art colleagues,
We are asking for one piece of work from every currently enrolled Fine Art student, term 1, through term whatever. You can make something new, or show something that has manifested itself at anytime, lets say, over the past 1.5 years. There are no size restraints, but do understand that this is a fairly small space and bigger works will have to be limited.
The show well be installed by SUN. Feb. 21 and stay up until SAT. Feb. 27. We are asking that all work be submitted by SAT. Feb. 20, no later then 2pm.
Contact either of us with questions, and to schedule meeting/work drop off times.
Jonathan Fields: email@example.com
Cathy lee: firstname.lastname@example.orgScarlett Lee: email@example.com
2/17: YOUTUBE FOR FINEART@ARTCENTER
We have created a YouTube channel for video works developed by students in the Fine Art Department. The url is: http://www.youtube.com/faaccd. There are specific limitation: under 10 minutes and less than 2GB. Notify your faculty about presenting work on this channel. Thanks.
2/16:GRAD SEMINAR: LITA ALBUQUERQUE
Tuesay, Feb. 16th
L.A. Times Theatre
2/10: FINE ART@ART CENTER FACEBOOK FAN PAGE IS NOW UP. SPREAD THE NEWS.
Here is a new and shortened url to get there.
2/10: BIG PICTURE LECTURE: ROBERT GREGG
Monday, February 15th, Ahmanson Auditorium, 1-2pm
The Arts of Interpreting Scriptures: Crumb’s Genesis and Some Ancient Precedents
2/10: SENIOR PROJECTS EXHIBITION: LOVE
We would like to invite your participation in a group show in the Fine Art Gallery from Monday, February 15th – Friday February 19th. Please bring an object or image of something you love or care about, or an image of that thing, to be placed inside the gallery for the week of the show. All objects should be reclaimed from the gallery by 7 pm, Friday February 19th. As curators of the show, we reserve the right to remove any item we feel is inappropriate. More information will be posted inside the gallery and around school. If you have any questions, please contact Jill Mamey at firstname.lastname@example.org or Eowyn Wilcox at email@example.com.
2/9: ARTIST CALL
MANIFESTEQUALITY (www.manifestequality.com <http://www.manifestequality.com/> ) invites you to join an amazing roster of artists from across the nation who are using their voices and talents to amplify and motivate the grass roots movement to fight for full & unrestricted equal rights for all Americans.
5 winners will be selected to show their works at MANIFESTEQUALITY in Los Angeles next to artists such as:
Barry McGee, Swoon, Shepard Fairey, Tierney Gearon
Robbie Conal, Harvey Pekar, Blackbooks, Amanda Visell
Chris Johanson, Bask, Tristan Eaton... and hundreds more.
Your works will be reviewed by: Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, Shepard Fairey (Artist), Annie Philbin (Dir. Hammer Museum), Franklin Sirmans (Curator Contemporary Art, LACMA), Ed Ruscha (Artist) , Lisa Love (Senior WC Editor, Vogue), Edgar Arceneaux (Director, Watts House Project), Rick Jacobs (Founder, Courage Campaign), David Pagel (Art Critic, LA Times), Lari Pittman (Artist).
2/8: FINE ART STUDENT MEETING WEEK 6 FEBRUARY 25th. Jennifer West will speak on her work. 1-3pm in room 106.
2/8: GRAD SEMINAR: PAUL PFEIFFER
Monday, Feb. 8th
Borrowing footage from television, movies, and sports events that serve as raw material and building blocks for his work, Paul Pfeiffer creates video, sculpture, and installations. Using iconic images of spectacles and celebrities, he plays with the canonization of memory and history, as in a digitally erased Marilyn Monroe or ghostly image of Muhammad Ali fighting in the ring ask viewers to question their own spectatorship and desire. Informed by, among others, Francis Bacon, Warhol and DaVinci’s Vitruvian Man, his large-scale pieces wrestle with notions of power while the miniature works evoke intimacy. In a recent colossal production, he recorded a hired crowd of 1,000 men to re-create the sounds of 100,000 fans cheering during a World Cup match. In all of his work, from a lush, sunrise and sunset shot, and shown, in real time, to a twenty-four hour a day, seventy-five day long piece, where New York commuters could watch a video of a nest full of eggs hatching and then growing into chickens, Pfeiffer is saying: pay attention. One critic summed up his body of work, “One can feel the deepening of love – and the holes left open by need.”
2/3: SPRING 2010 GRADUATING FINE ART STUDENTS
Andrew Arebalo. Michael Flores, Jr., Dilean Jimenez, Jennifer Joseph, Janice Kim, Lisa Madonna. If you are not on this list, please let it be known to the Fine Art Office immediately. Congratulations.
2/2: ARTIST CALL: STUDENT ARTWORK WANTED
Call for Art:
Materials and/or subject matter have elements of decomposition, temporality, and impermanence. These may have connections to human life and the role between artist and his or her work.
Juried Show, limiting to 20 pieces
Accepting all kinds of art: mixed media, paintings, sculptures, performance, video, etc.
Needs to be in hangable condition
To submit send jpeg of work including title, media and dimensions by February 15, 2010 to Kaitlyn Jensen at firstname.lastname@example.org
February 22-March 5, 2010
Opening February 23, 6:00-8:00pm
Heritage Art Gallery
Azusa Pacific University
701 E. Foothill Blvd.
Azusa, Ca 91702
2/1: GRAD SEMINAR: STEPHEN GRAHAM, "UBIQUITIOUS BORDER: UNDERSTANDING THE NEW SURVEILLANCE
Tuesday February 2, LA Times, 7:30pm
1/28: GRAD SEMINAR: RICHARD SHIFF
Thursday, Jan. 28th
"Figuration and Materiality"
At a time when the questions art historians ask are expected to receive answers, Richard Schiff presents a challenging alternative. Schiff embraces doubt as a critical tool and asks how particular theories of art have come to be. However, he does not retreat to relativism but rather insists on clear thinking about art and its values, including the much debated topics of self-reference and self-difference.
Richard Schiff holds the Effie Marie Cain Regents Chair in Art at the University of Texas at Austin, where he directs the Center for the Study of Modernism. His most recent publicatons is Doubt (Theories of Modernism and Postmodernism in the Visual Arts, 2007) , his other publications include: Cezanne and the End of Impressionism: A Study of the Theory Technique and Evaluation of Modern Art (1986), Critical Terms for Art History (2003), and Barnett Newman: A Catalogue Raisonne (2004).
1/26: GRAD SEMINAR: MARTIN KALTWASSER
Tuesday, Jan. 26th, 7:30pm
Los Angeles Times (LAT) Theater
"The public space is under siege – the compulsion to consume, increasedmonitoring, and continuously expanding automobile traffic threatento fundamentally change the appearance of our cities. Since 1998,the two artists Folke Köbberling and Martin Kaltwasser havebeen implementing their concept of an artistic and architectural aesthetic of resistance to this appropriation. Their work presents alternatives to this consumer ideology – through structural interventions,artistic statements, actions, and theories. The artists use streets, squares, bridges, parks and interior spaces as their areas of operation. The materials applied by them always consistof “urban resources” – such as litter, trash, and donations. As a result,each work is based on communicative and social moments. Their strategies encourage emulation, distribution, and multiplication, as they can be implemented with very simple materials."
The work of Kaltwasser/Koebberling has been shown in numerous institutions worldwide including, most recently, Chinati Foundation, Marfa, USA, Galerie Anselm Dreher, Berlin, GermanyCCA Centre for Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, Poland, Wysing Arts Centre, Bourn/Cambridge, UK, Shedhalle, Zürich, Switzerland, São Paulo Biennal of Architecture, Brazil, MARTa Museum Herford, Germany and S.M.A.K., Gent, Belgium.
1/21: ADD/DROP SIGNATURES DEADLINE TOMORROW
If you need to officially add a class, One on One for example, or drop a class, you should have your paperwork signed today. The last day to do this is tomorrow, unless it relates to a Monday class, which did not meet this week. Final One on One pairing.pdf.
1/19: STUDIO SPACE MEETING TODAY, 1PM
All students provided with studio space in room 105 should attend. Priviledges, responsibility and studio protocol will be discussed. Studio 105 Assignments.pdf and Studio Protocol updated 1/21/10.pdf
1/15: FREE STRETCHED CANVAS' AND STUDIO MEETING
The 105 studios are cleared out. Thanks to those who took their responsibility seriously. For all fine art students: In the gray locker area there are a variety of stretched canvas' that you may take --free based on first come, first served. Take what you need and leave some for others. Studio 105 meeting on Tuesday at 1pm in the fine art office or 106A. Everyone with studio priviledges should attend this short meeting.
1/14: STUDIO VISITS CLASS
Studio Visits will meet Saturday January 16th in room 106A/B at 1pm on Saturday unless further instructed by faculty, Jennifer West.
1/12: UPDATED ONE ON ONE LIST
Please review this list if you are 2nd, 3rd, or 4th term student, or if you need additional One on One units for graduation. Updated 2010 mentor sections pdf.
1/11: ORIENTATION FOR NEW FINE ART STUDENTS
New student orientation is Friday January 15th in room 106 at 2pm.
1/7/10: MAJOR STUDIO CLEARING
PLEASE NOTE: All unattended materials and sculptures scattered about the 105 Studios and room 106B will be discarded Thursday January 14th. This also includes the gray locker area and hallways. No exceptions. Thanks for your cooperation.
All 2nd, 3rd and 4th term students need to be assigned a mentor. All students need 3 credits/units of One on One to graduate. Please contact the fine art office is you need to be assigned a mentor. You have until the first week of class to register. Procrastination will mean taking your mentor class during your upper division studies. One on One section listings have been emailed to all students and faculty. Please use a Registration Exception Form to add this to your class schedule.
1/4: STUDIO SPACE ASSIGNMENTS FOR SPRING 2010
The following students will be alollted studio space in Spring 2010: Jonathan Fields, Eowyn Wilcox, Nora Keyes, Carmen Rosa, Kelli Raisler. If you were not selected this go-round, please submit for Summer Term. Spaces are awarded on Seniority, merit and need by core fine art faculty term by term. Studio Space meeting in Fine Art Office Tuesday January 19th at 1pm.
1/4: PLEASE ADDRESS YOUR ENROLLMENT CONCERNS PRIOR TO JANUARY 17TH, WHEN CLASSES BEGIN.
Current emails are requested from all Fine Art Students.
Fall 2009 Archive
10/16: UPDATE: JORDAN SWERDLOFF TO HELP LAURENCE WITH DEPT MATTERS.
9/11: ART EVENTS IN LOS ANGELES:
Doug Aitken: The latest exhibit from Redondo Beach-born multimedia artist Doug Aitken combines text-based light boxes with a large-scale cinematic installation projected onto the Regen Projects courtyard, 633 N. Almont Drive, L.A. Opening reception 6-9 p.m. Sat. Free. Gallery hours: Tues.-Sat., 10-6 p.m. (310) 276-5424.
9/10: STUDENT EVENT: NOISE [inconjunction with 106]
NOISE will be made tonight in the Fine Art Gallery at 8 PM.
"106" invites YOU to join.
9/8: THE EXHIBITION "106" IN FINE ART GALLERY
A mixture of new student work from current lower division Fine Art students in the Fine Art Gallery. The exhibition was organized by Shana Dimase, and it will be up through September 15th.
9/3: FALL 2009 TERM BEGINS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5TH
Summer 2009 Archive
7/30: LOWER DIVISION STUDENT EXHIBITION
The Fine Art Department, with the curatorial assistance of Shana Dimase (3rd term), is seriously developing a lower division (2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th term) exhibition of Fine Art student work, which will be installed by the beginning of the Fall 2009 term in the Fine Art Gallery. The exhibition will be up for two weeks.
If you are interested in having your work considered for the exhibition, please submit two or three jpgs of recent work to Shana at email@example.com. Shana will get back to everyone with all of the crucial times and dates in the next couple of weeks. Please note that participation in the exhibition will also require your helping with the installation, lighting, and signage during the last few days of the break before the term starts.
The department is very excited about having you share your work with the larger Art Center community.
7:28: STUDIO SPACE IN 105
Students requesting to be considered for studio space in room 105 for the Fall term, must make a formal request in written form explaining how they envision using the studio. Just a short paragrappg and email it to the fine art office not later than Friday July 31st -- THIS FRIDAY.
7:28: 105 CLEAN-UP OF HALLWAYS AND GRAY LOCKER AREA
All studio users must clear the hallways and materials from the gray locker areas by Thursday (4pm) of week 14. All materials remaining will be recycled to other students. Studio users who fail to remove their work will lose their studio privileges. Let's do it!
7/29: GRAD SEMINAR: MARTIN KERSELS
Tuesday, July 28
Los Angeles Times (LAT) Theater
Martin Kersels is a sculptor, installation, video and performance artist who lives and works in Los Angeles. Born here in 1960, he received both his B.A. and M.F.A from the University of California Los Angeles. Kersels began his career as a performance artist, collaborating on works with the group SHRIMPS from 1984-93, traveling throughout the United States to New York, Chicago, San Francisco and other cities. He went on to make a series of what he called “performative objects”: machines or sculptural devices which move and/or generate sounds, taking over the exhibition space, at times the entire gallery, and functioning as awkward stand-ins for the artist himself. His subsequent large-scale sculptures and installations, which typically incorporate audio, video, mechanical and photographic elements, remain influenced by his performance work, particularly in their manipulation of time, movement, scale and brute physicality, as well as their persistent sense of the preposterous and absurd.
7/14: GRAD SEMINAR: DAVE BAILEY
Tuesday, July 14
Los Angeles Times (LAT) Theater
7/13: RUDE CLASS BLOG
Here's the link to RUDE's blog.
7/7: GRAD SEMINAR: JEFFREY VALLANCE
Tuesday, July 7
Los Angeles Times (LAT) Theater
Jeffrey Vallance was born in 1955 in Redondo Beach, California. In 1979, he received a B.A. degree from California State University, Northridge. In 1981, he earned an M.F.A. from The Otis Art Institute, Los Angeles.
Vallance has presented exhibitions at museums and galleries around the world, including Dakar, Senegal; Reykjavik, Iceland; Zürich, Switzerland; Milan, Italy; Paris, France; Mexico City, Mexico; Amsterdam and Middelburg, Holland; Vienna, Austria; Sydney and Tasmania, Australia; Stockholm, Sweden; London, England; and Athens, Greece. He is represented by Bernier/Eliades in Athens, Galerie Nathalie Obadia in Paris, Margo Leavin Gallery in Los Angeles and Tanya Bonakdar in New York. He has appeared on Late Night with David Letterman (NBC, 1983) and was host of MTV's The Cutting Edge (1983). In 2004, Vallance received the prestigious John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation award for installation art.
6/23: GRAD SEMINAR: FRANCES STARK
Tuesday June 23
Los Angeles Times (LAT) Theater
I was born in Southern California (1967), got a humanities degree from San Francisco State (1991), and an MFA from Art Center (1993). A little early LA exhibition history: Did my first solo show in LA at Russel Crotty's artist-run space (Bedroom) called “The Guest Room” in 1991, was in a group show with Catherine Opie and Toba Khedoori at Regen Projects in 1993, second solo show in LA was in 1994 at Bob Gunderman's (pre-Acme) artist-run space (Garage) called “Leak,” third was in 1995 at Acme, and the fourth was at Marc Foxx in 1998. I am represented by Marc Foxx in LA, CRG in NY, Greengrassi in London and Galerie Daniel Buchholz in Cologne.
6/16: GRAD SEMINAR: UTA BARTH
Tuesday, June 16
LA Times Theater
6/9: GRAD SEMINAR: LIZ GLYNN
Tuesday, June 9
LA Times Theater
Liz Glynn is a Los Angeles based artist who uses objects and actions to dramatize the ambition of empire and explore the pleasure of ruin. Her work deals with how relics of the past may relate to refuse of the present and to current methods of preservation, exhibition and historical recollection. Incorporating a dense frame of reference from ancient Roman architecture to modern protest culture, her practice seeks to embody dynamic cycles of growth, potentiality and decay by evidencing process, encouraging participation and inciting future action.
Glynn’s performance/sculpture “Building Rome in a Day”, recently included in the New Museum’s “The Generational: Younger Than Jesus” show, enacted and documented a rebuilding of ancient Rome in cardboard and other found materials salvaged from the museum's waste stream. The piece was built and destroyed in a 24-hour period with the help of volunteers. It's final construction, which drew from various archaeological and art-historical sources, schematic drawings and photographs of excavation sites, was less concerned with faithful reconstruction than the processes of translation whereby ancient source materal may yield compelling readings of the present moment.
6/8: BIG PICTURE: THIERRY DE DUVE
Monday 1-2pm, Ahamanson Auditorium
This Is Art, Isn't It? (The Anatomy of a Sentence)
Thierry de Duve is Professor at Université Lille 3, Département Arts Plastiques in Villeneuve d'Ascq, France. Dedicated to a reinterpretation of Modernism and an examination of its legacies, de Duve is author of several books including Kant after Duchamp (1996). He is currently a visiting scholar at the Getty Research Institute.
6/2: GRAD SEMINAR: DAVE MULLER
Art Center Graduate Seminar
Los Angeles Times (LAT) Theater
Dave Muller is an artist, musician, DJ and curator. He received his MFA from Cal Arts in 1993. In 1994, he founded “Three Day Weekend,” an artist-run exhibition project that began in his Los Angeles home and has since traveled to numerous cities in the U.S. , Europe and Japan . The three-day group shows and events have generally featured his friends and artists he likes, providing exhibition space outside the museum or gallery system. Muller’s hand-drawn fliers and posters for these events are integral if not essential to understanding his work as a whole. Taken together, these ephemeral exhibitions and Muller’s hybrid art works/promotional materials blur conventional distinctions between artist and producer, curator and impresario, while cozying up to the territories of self-promotion, advertisement and institutionalized art exhibition.
Muller is also known for his multilayered installations that bring together his own musical mixes and his visual works. These works explore ideas of personal preference, taste and admiration through the lens of music memorabilia and the history of rock and roll. In “As Below, So Above,” commissioned by The Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston (2008), Muller proposed an interconnectivity of musical history and natural history using various devices: a history of rock and roll in time-line form, framed detailed renderings of record spines, drawings of plants and other ecological forms, all arranged within and around a large scale mural and accompanied by a soundtrack of 136,125 songs from his own personal music library. Dave Muller was born in San Francisco and currently lives and works in Los Angeles .
5/26: GRAD SEMINAR: BRUCE LABRUCE
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Los Angeles Times Theater (LAT)
Since the late 1980s, Bruce LaBruce has worked in a variety of media, including artist publications, photography, film and cinematography. LaBruce's most recent film project, "Otto; Or, Up With Dead People," which premiered at the Sundance and Berlin film festivals, and went on to be shown at the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) and other prominent venues around the world, introduced the public to a new genre in the already-expansive vocabulary of LaBruce: horror. With his latest project, "Untitled Hardcore Zombie Project," just opened at Peres Projects in Los Angeles, LaBruce has marked a path to uncharted territory.
5/19: GRAD SEMINAR: ALEXIS MARGUERITE TEPLIN
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Alexis Marguerite Teplin was born in Walnut Creek , California in 1976. She received a BFA from the University of California , Los Angeles (UCLA) in 1998 and completed her MFA at Art Center College of Design, Pasadena in 2001. Following a year's fellowship at the Royal Academy Schools (as the 2003 Starr Fellow), Teplin remained in London, where she now lives and works.
Recent solo exhibitions and projects include Viaggio in Italia, For Guilietta, Car Projects, Bologna (2008), Yes Parisol, My Marisol, Hotel, London (2008), l’armour c’est fou, Gavlak, West Palm Beach (2006) and Jenny Lind, curated by Tom Morton, Concrete, Hayward Gallery (2008). Her work has also been included in group exhibitions such as Arrival Inside, Mary, Mary Gallery, Glasgow (2009), Reframing, curated by Barry Schwabsky, CCA Andratx, Majorca (2009), Flash, GSK Contemporary, Royal Academy, London, Byronic, curated by Alex Farquharson, Nottingham for Nottingham Contemporary, Bartenstein, curated by Margherita Hohenlohe and Max Mugler, Bartenstein, Germany (all 2008).
5/11: STUDIO SPACE USERS MEETING 1PM, MAY 13
All Fine Art undergrads with studio space in room 105, there is a meeting scheduled for 1pm on Wednesday May 13th to discuss the use of the space from sink area and hallways to hazardous material disposal and security. We will meet near the lockers in room 105.
5/11: GRAD SEMINAR: JIM SHAW
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Jim Shaw was born in Midland, Michigan in 1952 and lives and works in Los Angeles. Recent solo exhibitions of Shaw’s work have been presented at P.S.1 MoMA, New York (2007); MAGASIN Centre National d’Art Contemporain, Grenoble, France (2003); Kusthaus Glarus, Glarus, Switzerland (2003); and the Swiss Institute, New York (2002). His work has been included in group shows such as Eden’s Edge: Fifteen LA Artists, UCLA Armand Hammer Museum of Art (2007); Masters of American Comics, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angels (2006); Disparities & Deformations, SITE Santa Fe Biennial, Santa Fe, New Mexico (2004); (The World May Be) Fantastic, Biennale of Sydney, Australia (2002); and the Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (1991, 2002).
5/11: UPDATED: CHECK INFOPO FOR REVIEWS
All Fine Art students should check the far left column in INFOPO for updates on reviews and other timely events.
5/4: ONE ON ONE MENTOR SCHEDULE
There have been changes made to the One on One  Mentor schedule. A new list of student/faculty partnerings will be sent out at the end of break week three. Please contact the FA Office if you have any questions.
5/4: CLEAN-UP STUDIO 105 (for Summer '09)
The department is requesting that all students with 105 studio privileges assist with the clean-up and clearing of materials no longer in use in the hallways and adjacent areas. There will also be a meeting of all students with space week one to discuss the proper way to discard of materials, paint, and general safety hazards.
Archive Spring 2009
4/7: GRAD SEMINAR: OLIVIER MOSSET
Tuesday, April 7, LAT Theater 7:30 p.m.
Olivier Mosset’s astute and often provocative approach to painting has kept him at the cutting-edge of contemporary art since he first came to prominence in Paris in the late 1960's alongside Daniel Buren, Michel Parmentier, and Niele Toroni. After relocating to New York in 1978, Mosset’s body of monochrome canvases were a key influence on the generation of Neo-Geo painters who emerged in the 80’s.
Working always within painting's particular limitations and concerns, and with a deep understanding of the sensuality and physicality of color, Mosset's work nevertheless engages acutely with the network of institutional relations that underlie our encounter with art. For his 2003 solo show at Spencer Brownstone Gallery, the artist installed two huge floor-to-ceiling monochrome canvases, whose sublime scale and orange coloring were playfully undermined by the fact that the artist chose their color based on the gallery’s letterhead design.
Mosset’s shaped canvases similarly play games with our expectations of the meaning and functions of painting. In his 2007 gallery show, a three-part yellow circular work that was shown next to two customized motorcycles designed by legendary mechanic Indian Larry, could be read as either pure painting, or an almost absurd cipher for a motorbike-and-rider. As the late Jean Baudrillard noted, Olivier's work is "…like a witticism, in its nonsensical and elliptical form, ridiculing all the heavy armature of language and communication."
4/6: ARCHITECTURE, DESIGN, ART: STRATEGIES FOR SURVIVAL AT UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Monday, April 6, 2009, 7 P.M.
Davidson Conference Center, Embassy Room
An international panel of artists and architects will explore how new methods of contextual engagement rethink cultural hierarchies and facilitate unusual responses to crises within urban and other social territories. Moderated by Joshua Decter, director of the Master of Public Art Studies Program at USC, the panel will feature Teddy Cruz, Marjetica Potrc, and Krzysztof Wodiczko.
TEDDY CRUZ is an architect known for his research on the Tijuana/San Diego border and his work on the relationship between housing, urban policy and social and cultural programs. In 2008, he was selected to represent the U.S. in the Venice Biennale of Architecture.
MARJETICA POTRC is an artist and architect based in Ljubljana,
Slovenia, whose work has been exhibited extensively throughout Europe and the Americas. She has published essays on contemporary urban architecture and received numerous awards for her work.
KRZYSZTOF WODICZKO is a New York–based artist known for
large-scale public projections that give light to social injustice. His work has appeared on public buildings and monuments in 40 cities worldwide and in major monographic exhibitions. He will represent Poland in the 2009 Venice Biennale.
Strategies for Survival.pdf
3/31: GRAD SEMINAR: BOB NICKAS
Tuesday March 31, LATimes Theater, 7:30pm
Bob Nickas is an independent critic and curator based in New York. He has organized more than seventy exhibitions since 1984, and served as Curatorial Adviser at PS1 Contemporary Art Center in New York from 2004 to 2007. Among his many exhibitions at PS1 are Lee Lozano: Drawn From Life — 1961-1971; William Gedney — Christopher Wool: Into the Night: Stephen Shore: American Surfaces; Wolfgang Tillmans: Freedom From The Known, and The Painted World. He collaborated with Cady Noland on her installation for Documenta IX in 1992; contributed a section to Aperto at the 1993 Venice Biennale, An Essay on Liberation; and served on the curatorial teams which organized the 2003 Biennale de Lyon, Lyon, France, and Greater New York 2005, PS1/MoMA.
His book, Live Free or Die: Collected Writings 1985-1999, was published in 2000 by les presses du réel. In 2002/03, he bought works of art as a specific project over the course of a year, later documented in Collection Diary (JRP/Ringier, 2004). A new collection of essays and interviews, Theft Is Vision (JRP/Ringier), was published in 2008. His writing has appeared in Afterall, Artforum, and Purple, and he has contributed to many books, monographs, and catalogues — including essays on Peter Hujar, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, On Kawara, Olivier Mosset, Yayoi Kusama, and Jules de Balincourt. His new book, a survey of eighty artists, painting abstraction in contemporary art, will be published in September 2009 by Phaidon.
Nickas's most recent project is a record label, From the Nursery. The first release, a full-length limited edition pressed on white vinyl, with original cover artwork by painter David Ratcliff, is the debut album from Orphan, a grunge/metal duo from Brooklyn.
3/24: GRAD SEMINAR: ABSTRACTION:
Tuesday March 24, LATimes Theater, 7:30pm.
A Discussion on Abstraction
The upcoming Graduate Seminar will focus on the topic of abstraction. Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe and Jason Smith will be coordinating an open dialogue about abstraction in contemporary art.
The purpose of the seminar is to provide a forum with which to discuss our particular interests in the topic. Please come prepared with questions. They should relate to a concern for the inquiry into abstraction. What do forms of abstraction provide as a principle for contemporary art? What can we learn from the past that may better serve our purpose for pursing (or not pursuing) abstraction today?
3/24: ADVISEMENT FAIR IN DCO ON TUESDAY
If you are interested in discussing the Summer curriculum, please make a point to drop by the Department Chairs Offices next Tuesday March 24th between 10am and 2pm. Please bring your graduate audit if you have questions about what classes are required or what you still need to complete. Posters with class information will also be posted in the fine art office.
4/2: GETTY MUSEUM: KEHUNDE WILEY
On Thursday, April 2, The J. Paul Getty Museum presents Kehinde Wiley, who will speak about his latest project “The World Stage: Brazil” and discuss the inspirations for his work. Kehinde Wiley, is a representational painter who has received significant attention recently for his portrayal of African-American men in contemporary culture replete with references to Renaissance painting. If you are interested the schedule is follows:
3:30 - 4:30 POV Talk with Kehinde Wiley (Getty Museum Galleries) Point-of-View gallery talk by Kehinde Wiley. Capacity is very limited and open on a first-come, first-served basis. Sign-up begins 90 minutes before the talk.
5:00 - 6:00 Faculty Information Session (“Boardroom” above
Restaurant) Light Dinner Served. RSVP required.
Informational session about upcoming exhibitions and programs at the Museum, including announcement of opportunities for your courses and information about our new artist-in-residence program
5:30 - 7:00 Paintings Galleries Open After-Hours for Student Visits
6:00 - 7:00 Student Reception (Harold M. Williams Auditorium Terrace) Reception for your students with light snack
7:00 - 8:00 Lecture by Kehinde Wiley (Harold M. Williams Auditorium) Kehinde Wiley speaks about his art and its influences.
3/17: GRAD SEMINAR: LAURA OWENS
Tuesday March 17th, LATimes
Los Angeles-based artist Laura Owens' work blends abstract and representational imagery. Her work draws inspiration from English embroidery, Chinese and Japanese landscape painting, European and American modernism, and her own photography, often creating collages and fine line drawings. She acknowledges film, computer, and television imagery among her influences. Her paintings are often grandly scaled, address color and vary in the application of paint to the canvas. Owens studied at the Rhode Island School of Design, Providence (1992); California Institute of the Arts, Valencia (1994); and Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine (1994). Laura Owens's paintings have been exhibited in group exhibitions in museums in the United States and Europe, including L.A.C.E. Annual, Los Angeles Contemporary Art Exhibitions (1994); Wunderbar, Kunstverein, Hamburg (1996); Hot Coffee, Artists Space, New York (1997); Young Americans 2: New American Art, Saatchi Gallery, London (1998); and Nach-Bild, Kunsthalle Basel and Examining Pictures, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London (1999).
3/9: GRAD SEMINAR: WOLFGANG MULLER
Tuesday, March 9th, LATimes, 7:30pm
"I spy with my little eye": The visions of bats, elves and deadly doris
Wolfgang Müller is an author, musician and fine artist. He was born 1957 in Wolfsburg, Germany and has been living in Berlin since 1979. Wolfgang was founder of the post-punk Band Die Tödliche Doris (1980 – 1987) (www.die-toedliche-doris.de) which had concerts in Eastern- and Western Europe, Japan, and the USA. In 1987, Die Tödliche Doris was a particpating artist of Documenta 8 in Kassel. In 1982 Müller published “Geniale Dilletanten” (Ingenious Dilettants), a manifesto of the West-Berlin music and multia-media underground scene. With “Die Tödliche Doris” he explored the construction of form and image in Pop music. He mainly works in unmusical, nonmusical, extramusical spaces. In 1987 the Tödliche Doris disbanded into white vine. This was the same year, that Michel Jackson released his very succesful record BAD and Müller released BAT, a very poor selling vinyl-LP with the ultrasonic sounds of seven different species of bats, only audible audible made with ultrasonic-detector. The last of the one thousand exemplars were sold in 2007.
In 1990, he was invited to the Reykjavik Art Festival for an exhibition and performance at the Living Art Museum. Since then he has visited Iceland more than 30 times and has written about its culture, country, nature, and people for newspapers, radio, and television: he also organized exhibitions in Iceland and Germany. Iceland became a kind of a “material” for Wolfgang Müller’s art work, which he realizes in different media: sound, music, objects, text, film, video, drawing, and painting. His bilingual book “Blue Tit – das deutsch-isländische Blaumeisenbuch” (Blue Tit – the German-Icelandic Titmouse book) was published 1996. His new book “Neues von der Elfenfront – Die Wahrheit über Island” (News from the Elf-Front – The Truth About Iceland) was published in 2007.
From 2002-2003 Wolfgang Müller was professor at Hochschule der bildenden Künste in Hamburg and taught “experimental sculpture.“ He has written and directed eight radioplays for the national German radio. The most recent is “Seancé Vocibus Avium”, with the reconstructed sounds of eleven extinct birds, including the sounds of the extinct Icelandic Great Auk. In 1998, Wolfgang Müller transformed the music and lyrics of his first LP from 1981 with the assistance of two sign language interpreters, and published the results as the DVD “Gehörlose Musik” (Deaf Music) in 2007.
3/11: SCHOLARSHIP REVIEWS: 4PM HALLWAYS 105
Scholarship Reviews will begin on Wednesday March 11th at 4pm. Please note: Students need a GPA of 3.o; use the hallways in studio 105; use about 6 running feet of space; place your name, what term you're currently in; name of faculty you're working with on a piece of paper next to your work. Room 106B will be used after 3:30 to set-up work for review.
3/4: GRAD SEMINAR: STAN DOUGLAS
Tuesday March 3rd, LAT Theater at 7:30pm
Stan Douglas is a visual artist who lives an works in Vancouver, Canada. His photographs, films and videos have been seen in numerous group exhibitions including three Documentas (1992, 1997, 2002) and three Venice Biennales (1990, 2000, 2005). Major solo exhibitions have been hosted by Centre Georges Pomipidou (Paris, 1993), Museo Renia Sofia (Madrid, 1993) Witte de With (Rotterdam, 1994), Vancouver Art Gallery (1999), MoCA (Los Angeles, 2000) and a survey of his work, Past Imperfect: Works 1986-2007, was mounted by the Wurttembergischer Kunstverein and the Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart in 2007. In addition to making art he curated a touring exhibition of Samuel Beckett's cinematographic work, Samuel Beckett: Teleplays (1988), edited a book on of art in Vancouver, Vancouver Anthology (Vancouver: Talon, 1991) and co-edited a book on the history of the projected image in art, Art of Projection (Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz, 2009) that was preceded by an exhibition Beyond Cinema: Art of Projection (Berlin: Hamburger Bahnhof, 2006) and a symposium, Beyond the Museum: Art of Projection (Berlin: Arsenal Kino, 2006). From 2004 until 2006 he held the post of professor at the Universitat der Kunste, Berlin.
3/2: BIG PICTURE LECTURE: ARDEN REED: SLOW ART
Big Picture Lecture Monday, March 2nd at 1pm in Ahmanson Auditorium.
In an image-saturated environment, how do we slow down long enough to have meaningful encounters with aesthetic objects? My book studies strategies that visual artists use to slow our acts of perceiving their work. The project began by my remembering the quirky and sort of vulgar 19th-century parlor game of ‘tableaux vivants’, where people staged themselves as famous artworks, whose identity their friends would try to guess. I thought: in age of cultural acceleration like our own, here were people going to some trouble to stand still or watch other people standing still. I wondered why we're fascinated to watch people not moving, and also what happens when a painting comes off the canvas into the world?
Gradually I came to realize that that the great age of tableaux vivants
wasn’t the 19th-century, as everybody supposed, but right now. Today
tableaux vivants morph into many media and serve varied ends: appropriation art, video, film, photography, performance art, fiction, new media. Critics have remarked individual instances, but nobody has connected the dots. I want to talk about the practice of staging tableaux in both 19th century and today, across diverse forms and genres. To put it differently: I’m interested in work that explores the territory between still and moving images. This leads to the question whether, by family resemblance, there is such a thing or field as ‘slow art’? I focus on the visual arts and
literature, but the question obviously applies to theater, music and dance,
and in certain ways also to design and architecture.
Arden Reed is the Arthur M. and Fanny M. Dole Professor of English at Pomona College, Claremont, California. He is currently on a Guggenheim Fellowship to write Slow Art: Tableaux Vivants to James Turrell, which will be
published by the University of California Press. Previous books include:
Romantic Weather: The Climates of Coleridge and Baudelaire (University Press of New England, 1984); Constance DeJong: Metal (University of New Mexico Press, 2003); Manet, Flaubert, and the Emergence of Modernism (Cambridge University Press, 2003).
2/24: GRAD SEMINAR: MORGAN FISCHER
Tuesday, February 24, LAT Theater, 7:30-10:00
Morgan Fisher, born 1942, received his A.B. (1965) in Fine Arts from Harvard College. He went on to receive his M.A. in cinema from the University of Southern California in 1965, and his M.F.A in Motion Picture Division from UCLA in 1966. He mixes cinematic history, autobiography and art historical references in his exploration of film-making. The majority of Fisher’s works are directly concerned with the machinery of cinema. He creates systems and rules that exploit the apparatus, physical material and production methods of movies. Morgan Fisher's playful, self-referential films includes works such as Standard Gauge (1984), a repository of abandoned footage in which the blunt description of an industry standard flows into profound musings on the film industry and the ruthlessness of change. Defunct television episodes, ‘China girls’, glorious frames that resemble El Lissitzky and Mark Rothko paintings, Jean-Luc Godard, Roger Corman, Edgar G Ulmer and Leonard Kastle combine to illustrate a metaphorical biography of the history of film and a partial autobiography of Fisher himself.His gallery works include conceptual paintings and exhibitions maintaining a close relationship with cinema. The most recent, at Adamski in Aachen, Germany, presented several “edge and corner paintings.” The dimensions of these triangular grey monochromes were dictated by the architecture of the gallery. Morgan Fisher’s work has existed under the radar for over twenty years. Solo exhibitions include Standard Gauge: Film Works by Morgan Fisher at the Whitney Museum of Art, 2005, The Films by Morgan Fisher at the Tate Modern in London, 2005, and Made in California Now at LACMA, 2000. His work is represented by China Art Objects, Los Angeles. Fisher currently lives and works in Santa Monica, CA
2/17 &18: GRAD SEMINAR: WJT MITCHELL, MICHAEL FRIED
In Grad Seminar, WJT Mitchell will be speaking on Tuesday February 17 at 7:30 in the LAT. On Wednesday February 18 Michael Fried will lecture at 7:30 in the LAT.
W. J. T. Mitchell: Idolatry: Nietzsche, Blake, Poussin.
W. J. T. Mitchell is Professor of English and Art History at the University of Chicago. He is editor of the interdisciplinary journal, Critical Inquiry, a quarterly devoted to critical theory in the arts and human sciences. A scholar and theorist of media, visual art, and literature, Mitchell is associated with the emergent fields of visual culture and iconology (the study of images across the media). He is known especially for his work on the relations of visual and verbal representations in the context of social and political issues. Under his editorship, Critical Inquiry has published special issues on public art, psychoanalysis, pluralism, feminism, the sociology of literature, canons, race and identity, narrative, the politics of interpretation, postcolonial theory, and many other topics. He has been the recipient of numerous awards including the Guggenheim Fellowship and the Morey Prize in art history given by the College Art Association of America. In 2003, he received the University of Chicago's prestigious Faculty Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching. His publications include: "The Pictorial Turn," Artforum, March 1992; "What Do Pictures Want?" October, Summer 1996; What Do Pictures Want? (2005); The Last Dinosaur Book: The Life and Times of a Cultural Icon (1998); Picture Theory (1994); Art and the Public Sphere (1993); Landscape and Power (1992); Iconology (1987); The Language of Images (1980); On Narrative (1981); and The Politics of Interpretation (1984).
Michael Fried is an influential Modernist art critic and art historian. He is currently the J.R. Herbert Boone Professor of Humanities and Art History at the Johns Hopkins University, Fried's preeminent contribution to art historical discourse involved the debate over the origins and development of modernism.
In his essay, Art and Objecthood, Fried suggested that Minimalism had betrayed Modernism's exploration of the medium by becoming emphatic about its own materiality as to deny the viewer a proper aesthetic experience. Minimalism (or "literalism" as Fried called it) offered an experience of "theatricality" rather than "presentness"; it left the viewer in his or her ordinary, non-transcendent world. The essay inadvertently opened the door to establishing a theoretical basis for Minimalism as a movement based in phenomenological experience. Art and Objecthood remains among the most important pieces of art criticism on 20th century American art, and is still ardently debated. In Art and Objecthood Fried criticised the "theatricality" of Minimalist art. He introduced the opposing term "absorption" in his 1980 book, Absorption and Theatricality: Painting and Beholder in the Age of Diderot. Drawing on Diderot's aesthetics, Fried argues that whenever a consciousness of viewing exists absorption is sacrificed and theatricality results. As well as applying the distinction to Eighteenth Century painting, he also uses it to assess post-1945 American painting and sculpture, which he values to the extent to which they are liberated from theatricality.
2/10: HANS HAACKE AT REDCAT: 8:30pm
Tuesday, February 10
Hans Haacke with Stephanie Barron and Norman M. Klein
Influential artist and muckraker Hans Haacke has fought for honesty in the political representation of the arts for some 45 years. Now his attention is focused on the widening economic crisis and the slackening of the death-grip of neoliberalism. Haacke is joined by LACMA senior curator Stephanie Barron for a conversation on the cultural rules of engagement, now and in the future, and the place of art at the complex intersection of aesthetic and political discourses. Intellectual historian, media theorist and novelist Norman M. Klein introduces and moderates the discussion. Haacke, who teaches at The Cooper Union, has shown his work at venues around the world, including several editions of Documenta, Skulptur Projekte Münster, and the Venice Biennale.
2/5: ART IN THE PUBLIC SPHERE: USC LECTURE SERIES
USC's Masters of Public Art Studies Department has put together a lecture series this Spring with notable practitioners and artists focusing on the issues of art and public space. If you have any interest in this subjet you should attend. Please see the attached pdf for more information.
ART IN THE PUBLIC SPHERE.pdf
2/12: A DAY WITH NIK HAFERMAAS, ACTING CAO
Nik Haftermaas, acting CAO of Art Center, will be spending Tuesday February 12th with the Fine Art department: visiting classes throuout the day, lunching with faculty around 1pm, and meeting students at 2pm. Students are strongly urged to set time aside to meet with Nik. More to follow.
2/3: ALAIN BADIOU: GRADUATE SEMINAR: LAT: 7:30PM
Born in Rabat, Morocco in 1937, Alain Badiou was a student at the École supérieure in the 1950s. He taught at the University of Paris VIII (Vincennes-Saint Denis) from 1969 until 1999, when he returned to ENS as the Chaire of the philosophy department. He continues to teach a popular seminar at the Collège International de Philosophie, on topics ranging from the great 'antiphilosophers' (Saint-Paul, Nietzsche, Wittgenstein, Lacan …) to the major conceptual innovations of the twentieth century. Much of Badiou's life has been shaped by his dedication to the consequences of the May 1968 revolt in Paris. Long a leading member of Union des jeunesses communistes de France (marxistes-léninistes), he remains with Sylvain Lazarus and Natacha Michel at the centre of L'Organisation Politique, a post-party organization concerned with direct popular intervention in a wide range of issues (including immigration, labor, and housing). He is the author of several successful novels and plays as well as more than a dozen philosophical works.
1/28: ARTICLE: CAMERA LUCIDA IN OFFICE
For those students in Zoe Crosher's Fine Art Seminar, the article, Camera Lucida by Roland Barthes, is in the Fine Art Office for pick-up. The article is to be read for class on Friday.
1/28: MANDATORY FINE ART STUDENT MEETING: TONIGHT
The mandatory Fine Art Student Meeting will feature visiting artist Zoe Crosher, who will be speaking about her work. The meeting will be Wednesday of week 3, January 28th at 7pm in the Boardroom. Refreshments will be served.
1/14: ONE ON ONE (301) MENTORING
All student 2d, 3rd, 4th term, must be enrolled with their respective mentors by Friday to receive the 1 unit credit. Please be sure to enroll. The list is posted in the office and an add/drop form will need to be signed.
1/13: FALL 08 5th TERM REVIEW WRITE-UPS COMPLETED
Students who completed their 5th term reviews last term (FA08) can pick up their review write-ups in the fine art office.
1/8: GRADUATING STUDENTS SPR09
Tuesday January 13th, 1-2pm in the Ahmanson Auditorium, there will be a Graduating Student Meeting to go over what you need to do in order to graduate.
NOTES FOR STARTING THE TERM:
NEW ONE ON ONE (305) MENTORING FOR 2ND, 3RD, AND 4TH TERM STUDENTS. MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A FINE ART CORE FACULTY MENTOR.
ONE ON ONE (301) SIGN-UP FOR JEAN RASENBERGER, SOO KIM IS TUESDAY JANUARY 13TH AT 1PM IN THE FINE ART OFFICE.
STUDIO SPACES SHOULD BE CLEANED UP BY FRIDAY JANUARY 9TH. ALL MATERIALS LEFT BEHIND WILL BE RECYCLED TO OTHER STUDENTS. PLEASE RETURN ALL KEYS AS WELL.
5TH TERM REVIEW DATES AND TIMES WILL BE POSTED AS THE TERM PROGRESSES. IF YOU BELIEVE YOU ARE ELIGIBLE (60 UNITS), PLEASE CONTACT THE FA OFFICE. 3RD TERM REVIEW STUDENTS NEED A MINIMUM OF 30 UNITS. 3RD TERM STUDENTS DO NOT HAVE TO FORMALLY REGISTER FOR THIS CASUAL THIRTY MINUTE REVIEW. THOSE STUDENTS LISTED FOR 5TH TERM REVIEW (SEE LEFT) YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR REGISTERING FOR THE 5TH TERM REVIEW WITH ENROLLMENT SERVICES.
ARCHIVE FALL 2008
12/6: ONE ON ONE MENTOR PAIRINGS:
2nd, 3rd, and 4th term students have now been assigned One on One faculty mentors for the Spring 09 term. Please check the link below or stop by the fine art office. If your name is not on the list and you are 2nd, 3rd, or 4th term, please contact the fine art office immediately.
One on One Mentor List Spring09.pdf
12/6: STUDIO SPACE ASSIGNMENTS FOR SPRING09
This term we will have six students graduating, so are studio situation is tight. The following Fine Art students will receive studio space for Spring term based on faculty recommendation: Eowyn Wilcox. Sara Fowler, Chelsea Rector, Rene Martinez, Janice Kim, Sue Lim. Current studio users stop by the fine art office, for some of you have been relocated.
11/21: ADAM MASON FINAL EXHIBITION: 12/7
Adam requests your participation in his final sculptural installation on December 7th. Meet at 1pm at the south end of the student parking lot. Dress comfortably.
11/19: REGISTRATION FOR SPR09 NOTICE
All Fine Art Students please note a couple of important items when registering for your Spring 2009 classes: Week 12 there will be an advisement fair in the DCOffices. Please come by to ask questions about classes; 1st term students going on 2nd term who have not taken Re-Thinking Art with Tom LaDuke should register for his class asap; We have changed the One on One class as following -- upper division students (5th through 8th term) can register for One on One 301. 2nd through 4th term students will be assigned faculty mentors (One on One 305-sections 01 - 06, during their 2nd, 3rd, and 4th terms to meet (mandatory, graded, worth 1 credit each term) to discuss their progress within the department curriculum. More to come...
11/19: STUDIO SPACE: WEEK 13
Students seeking studio space must write to Mitchell in the fine art office informing him of your need. Studios are given to students based on faculty recommendation. The studios are intended for individual production of work, as oppposed to class room assignments. Please send your request by Thursday of week 13.
11/5: CHANGE: 5th TERM REVIEWS TODAY FROM 10-4PM; SCHOLARSHIP REVIEWS TODAY AT 4PM.
Reviews are in 106 B in the morning and room 105 gallery in the afternoon. Scholarship Reviews are in room 105 studio hallways and 106A. Be sure to put a sign with your name and term next to your work.
11/4: VOTE: 11/4
Today is election day. It's the only time to vote.
10/17: CRIT GROUP PIZZA PARTY: 10/24
Friday October 24th, 1pm to 2pm in room 106, there will be a CRIT GROUP pizza party for first term fine art students, and upper term fine art students can also attend. Bring work to crit.
10/15: PERFORMANCE STUDIO CLASS: SPRING 09
REMINDER: SPRING 09, JAMIE MCMURRY WILL BE TEACHING A FINE ART PERFORMANCE STUDIO.
10/10: BENEFIT FOR MICHELE BIGLER: SUNDAY 10/12
Our dear friend and former student Michele Bigler who is currently experiencing the American nightmare: battling cancer with no heath insurance and no safety net. Too ill to work.... Give it a long hard thought, what would you do?
Organized with love by the "Superfans of Bigglesworth Society" : Michelle Carr, Rainy Jacobs & Shannon Lintner.
Featuring the musical stylings of: NO AGE DAVID SCOTT STONE THE MOVIES MODERN MEMORY THE TYDE DUBLAB DJ'S, ALE & JIMMY Plus,
Special guest speaker Barbara Levin of The PDA. FABULOUS RAFFLE PRIZES SPONSORED BY THE CONSCIENTIOUS AND GENEROUS FOLKS OF:
AMERICAN ELECTRIC TATTOO COMPANY THE VELVET HAMMER BURLESQUE LUCY FINCH VINTAGE BOUTIQUE THE SOAP PLANT / WACKO AMERICAN RECORDINGS AKASHA'S PULL MY DAISY EL CHAVO THE EDENDALE GRILL SQUARESVILLE COCO DE MER KILL YOUR IDOLS A+R PLASTICA SHOW PONY AMOEBA ZANZABELLE FAMILY LOS ANGELES BOOKS OOGA BOOGA THE DERBY DOLLS YOLK TEENAGE TEARDROPS RECORDS IT IS ALL HAPPENING: Sunday, Oct. 12TH 2008 Entry: $ 12.00, includes one raffle ticket! ( Up your chances! Additional raffle tix a mere $3) Tickets available via ticketweb.com <http://ticketweb.com/> Doors: 4 P.M. Show: 6 P.M. Venue: THE ECHOPLEX, 1154 Glendale Blvd. Echo Park For detailed information, please visit: www.myspace.com/biglerbenefit <http://www.myspace.com/biglerbenefit> **Can't come to the event but want to support the cause? Want to dig deep and donate more? You can! We have also set up a pay-pal account. Check it out on Myspace <http://www.myspace.com/> .
10/7: Columbus Day Holiday: 10/13
Art Center will be closed on Monday, October 13 in observance of the Columbus Day holiday.
Both campuses will close at 7:00 p.m. on Sunday, October 12. The Hillside Campus will reopen at 5:00 a.m. and South Campus will reopen at 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday, October 14.
10/2: DON'T VOTE: 10/2
Go see this video about voting. Remember to register, if you must.
10/2: OPPORTUNITY FOR EXHIBITION: NOW
Kaikai Kiki New York, the company founded by Takashi Murakami is organizing an art fair GEISAI Miami, which will run concurrently with Art Basel Miami Beach this December, and we are calling for artists to submit their works for consideration and review. Applications will be accepted by artists of all nationalities that DO NOT have ongoing commercial gallery representation at the time of their application. Further information on the fair can be found on the GEISAI Miami website: www.geisai.us < http://www.geisai.us >
9/30: STUDIO VISITS: 10/2
The studio visits class will be meeting this Thursday, Oct. 2nd at 7pm at the (Brooks, Brookings?) Auditorium at LACMA to hear Walid Raad and Allan Sekula. The talk begins at 7:00 so people should get there early, preferably 6:00, to get tickets and a good seat. This meeting will take the place of Saturday's class, so there will be no class meeting on Saturday, Oct. 4th.
9/26: GRAD SEMINAR: 9/27 (Saturday)
Screening of Peter Watkins 5 1/2 hour film "La Commune," which is based on the events of the Paris commune in 1871.
Due to its length, this extraordinary film is rarely screened in a
theatre. so as part of the "art/politic" class this term in the
Grad Art program, we will watch it tomorrow afternoon, saturday 27, 2pm at the LA times theatre, hillside (main) campus of Art Center Pasadena. if you consider to come, bring some snacks and drinks and dress warm.
This is a great film!
9/11: CRIT GROUP: 9/12
The first meeting of Crit Group will be this Friday in Room 106 at 1pm. All are welcome to participate.
9/10: SCHOLARSHIP REVIEW: WEEK 9
To all fine art students, scholarship review for Fall 08 will immediately follows the 5th term reviews week 9. The exact date to be posted soon. Procedure for the review can be found in the green section above -- FOR STUDENTS: FINE ART ADVISING GUIDELINES.PDF.
9/9: MANDATORY STUDENT MEETING: NEXT WEEK, 9/17
The Mandatory Fine Art Student Meeting will be Wednesday the 17th at 4pm in the Boardroom. Visting Artist, Kristin Calabrese will lecture about her work. Refreshments will be served. Spread the word.
9/9: ONE ON ONE SIGN-UP: TODAY, 9/9
Sign-up for One on One is in the Fine Art Office Tuesday, September 9th at 1pm.
9/5: STUDIO VISITS [VERISIMILITUDE]: 9/6
On Saturday, Studio Visits will meet in room 106, north end on hillside campus, first floor.
9/4: WELCOME BACK, FALL 2008
9/4: STUDIO SPACE: 9/6
Students assigned to 105 studio spaces for fall 2008 can move in starting Saturday September 6th. A new studio placement map is posted in the Fine Art Office.
9/4: ONE ON ONE SIGN-UP: 9/9
Sign-up for One on One is in the Fine Art Office Tuesday, September 9th at 1pm.
8/13: FALL 2008 STUDIO SPACE ANNOUNCEMENT: 8/13
Studio spaces for Fall 2008 will be awarded to Vincent Alpino and Jennifer Joseph. We had eight students apply and only three spaces available. For those who requested space, but did not receive one, you will most likely receive a space in January. Please address any further questions to the Fine Art Office.
8/12: END OF TERM: SUMMER 2008
Good luck with your finals as the term end approaches. Be sure to register for classes before they fill. Don't forget to document your work. School starts up Saturday September 6th with Studio Visits, Verisimilitude.
Have a nice break.
8/12: SENIOR EXHIBITION: CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS: 8/15
Our congratulations to graduating Fine Art Seniors, Jessika Wood, Trista Metz, Charles Ulllrich, Matthew Reis, Catharina Kapteyn, Ye Jee Shin, Ryn Perez. Please join them on Friday evening for their final exhibition.
8/1: GRAD SEMINAR: MATHIAS POLEDNA: 8/5
August 5, 7:30-10:00pm LAT Theater
Artist Mathias Poledna has created a unique body of complex, highly mediated and condensed film works that suggest ephemeral moments from twentieth-century culture, and, in a broader sense, modernity. His work explores histories of the avant-garde, modernism in architecture and design, interconnections between popular culture and art, and post-conceptualist critique of institutions.
7/29: STUDIO VISITS: KELLY POE: 8/2
Studio Visits August 2nd @ 1pm Address: 324 Sunset Ave. Venice, CA 90291
(right by golds gym) There are buzzers to the left of the front door, press the one with the green mirror...
7/29: GRAD SEMINAR: KIM FISHER: 7/29
Art Center Grad Seminar
July 29, 7:30-10:00pm LAT Theater
Kim Fisher's painterly practice is highly formal, her use of subject matter and technique are both innovative and remarkably unexpected.
7/23: 3RD TERM REVIEWS: 7/24
3RD Term Reviews will be in the DCO Lounge on Thursday. Next weeks reviews will be in room 106B. Please check INFOPO for exact times.
7/22: STUDIO VISITS: STUART BAILEY:7/26
Studio Visits July 26th @ 1pm
Address: 2006 N Alvarado St. Echo Park (residence)
7:22: SCREENING: WAYS OF SEEING: 7/24
John Berger's 'Ways of Seeing' (a TV series made from the influential book) will be shown in the backroom of the Mandrake Bar in Culver City
Thursday July 24th at 8pm. Berger, a neo-marxist turn French peasant enthusiast is highly respected for his criticism on cultural materialism as represented in art history and advertisement.
7/16: SENIOR GRADUATION EXHIBITION MEETING: 7/21
At 1pm on Monday the 21st of July, there will be a meeting in the Fine Art Office for all graduating fine art students to discuss their Senior Graduation Exhibition. Please attend, so we can discuss the installation schedule and work selection.
7/16: STUDIO VISITS: JULIAN HOEBER:7/19
Studio Visits July 19th @ 1pm
937 E. Pico Blvd. 3rd Fl.
Los Angeles, CA 90021
*The street level door will be open.
7/11: GRAD SEMINAR: JOHN DIVOLA: 7/15
Art Center Grad Seminar
July 15, 7:30-10:00pm LAT Theater
John Divola (b. 1949, Los Angeles) BA, 1971 California State University, Northridge; MA 1973: MFA 1974, University of California, Los Angeles. Since 1975 he has taught photography and art at numerous institutions including California Institute of the Arts (1978-1988), and since 1988 he has been a Professor of Art at the University of California, Riverside.
7/11: STUDIO VISITS: JIM SHAW: 7/12
Studio Visits July 12th @ 1pm
The studio is at 438 w. Cypress in Glendale, 91204 . It's 2 blocks north of Los Feliz and 1 block west of San Fernando. The street is only one block long and we're the last buillding without a fence on the left hand side.
7/8: GRAD SEMINAR: LIZ CRAFT: 7/8
7:30-10:00pm LAT Theater, Hillside campus
Liz Craft received her BA from Otis in 1994 and her MFA from UCLA in 1997. Craft’s sculptures toy with themes of life, growth and death through her radical sense of humor and exquisite craftsmanship. She fuses elements of the history of sculpture, surrealism, popular culture, and psychedelia.
7/3: FINE ART SCHOLARSHIP REVIEW: 7/10
Fine Art Scholarship Reviewis July 10 at 4pm. Please set-up in room 105 hallways, 106B. Place a note with your name, term, and recent faculty you are studying with, on the wall nearby. We have limited space so bebe mindful of others and put up three or four tworks tops.
7/3: STUDIO VISITS: STAN KAPLAN: 7/5
Studio Visits July 5th @ 1pm
5424 Monte Vista
LA CA 90042
Thee studio is betweenween Ave 54th and 55TH STREET, one block west of Figueroa.
6/30: GRAD SEMINAR: MARKO LULIC: JULY1
7:30-10:00pm LAT Theater
Artist Marko Lulic was born in Vienna, Austria in 1972. He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna in 1997. Artist-in-residencies include Nice (1996); Pasadena (1997); Los Angeles (1998). In 2000 he received a scholarship from the Austrian government. Lulic lives and works in Vienna.
6/25: MANDATORY FINE ART STUDENT MEETING: JULY 2
We would like all fine art students to attend. 12pm next Wednesday.
6/25: MASON COOLEY AT CHINA ART OBJECTS: 6/28
Mason's opening of American Primitive at China Art Objects in Chinatown will be Saturday June 28th.
6/24: GRAD SEMINAR: ADAM SCRIVERNER: 6/24
7:30-10:00pm LAT Theater
Adam Scrivener is an artist and essayist who co-founded an art group called Inventory in 1995. Inventory is a collective enterprise that is an ongoing attempt to create an interdisciplinary space from which to put forward a theoretical and practical notion of a 'fierce sociology'.
6/24: STUDIO VISITS: DANIEL MENDEL-BLACK:6/28
Studio Visits meet at 1pm on June 28th.
720 N. Avenue 50
Los Angeles, CA 90042
I'm about halfway between Figueroa St. and York Avenue. If you all are meeting up at school first, take the Avenue 52 exit of the Pasadena Freeway.
6/18: STUDENT/FACULTY PARTY: POSTPONED
Thank you to all of the students and faculty who have responded to the announcement for a student/faculty party. The response has been low, so we have decided to postpone the event to another time, possibly July or August, if people are interested.
6/17:: STUDIO VISITS: JOEL TAUBER: 6/21
Meet at 1pm at Joe's studio 4825 Glenalbyn Drive, LA 90065.
Directions: 110 fwy, exit Avenue 43 (exit slowly off the exit - sharp turn)
right (north) on Figueroa left on avenue 45
cross the train tracks and the first street Marmion Way (jog slightly
to the left continue on to Avenue 45) take your first right immediately after Marmion Way. That is Glenalbyn drive (it is not marked well) proceed 0.9 miles up Glenalbyn (go way up the hill) -- the house will
be on your left, #4825 Glenalbyn. PRACTICE PUNCTUALITY.
6/16: GRAD SEMINAR: CHRISTIAN PHILLIP MULLER: 6/17
Art Center Grad Seminar
June 17, 7:30-10:00pm LAT Theater
Christian Philipp Müller
Christian Philipp Müller (born 1957 in Biel/Switerland) has exhibited and taught internationally since 1986. His work was shown in such major exhibitions as Documenta X in Kassel (Germany) and in the 1993 Venice Biennial, and he will participate this summer at Manifesta 7 in Rovereto/Italy. In early 2007, Kunstmuseum Basel/Museum für Gegenwartskunst put on a twenty-year retrospective. He has had solo shows at Kunstverein München (Munich), Kunstverein in Hamburg, and the Palais des Beaux-Arts in Brussels. He is part of the artist- and art-historian-run Orchard in New York.
www.christianphilippmueller.net < http://www.christianphilippmueller.net >
6/13: STUDENT / FACULTY PARTY: UNLIKELY
A while back, a student recommended that we have another Fine Art party instead of the regular student meeting. So far we have had a lackluster response. To determine if the Student/Faculty Party at Laurence's home will happen June 29th, we need confirmation by Friday June 20th from students and faculty. Thanks to those who have already confirmed.
6/11: GRADUATING STUDENTS: IMPORTANT:7/7
The deadline to submit your graduation slideshow images is Monday , July 7, 2008 . Due to the recent personnel changes at Art Center, DO NOT send your slideshow image to Rachael Tiede as previously instructed. Please submit your slideshow information to your respective department coordinator or director . If you have any questions, please contact Enrollment Services or Natalie Alton in the Department Chairs office
6/10: STUDIO VISITS: ANOKA FARUQEE: 6/14
Studio Visit June 14th @ 1pm
5081 Alhambra Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90032
The studio is located on the east side of LA in El Sereno (south of South Pasadena). Website is: http://anokafaruqee.com/ And the link to press articles: http://anokafaruqee.com/html/about/press.html
6/10: GRAD SEMINAR: ANNETTE WEISSER: 6/10
Art Center Grad Seminar
June 10, 7:30-10:00pm Board Room
Annette Weisser is an artist and writer who received her MA from the Academy of Media Arts, Cologne. Solo Exhibitions include: "Annette Weisser/ Ingo Vetter: Works 1996 - 2006", Westfaelisches Landesmuseum fuer Kunst und Kulturgeschichte, Muenster, Germany; "NameGame", Halle fuer Kunst, Lueneburg, Germany; plattform, Berlin, Germany and Forum Stadtpark, Graz, Austria; "What counts is to absorb all the antitheses at once, rather than resolving them." Kuenstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany; "Tableau", Foerderverein Aktuelle Kunst, Muenster, Germany. Ms. Weisser is also faculty in the Grad Art program at Art Center.
6/6: STUDENT GOVERNMENT MEETING: 6/10
There will be an important meeting Tuesday June 10 from 12-2 in the Ahmanson Auditorium wth Richard Koshalek concerning the school, scholarships, etc..
6/4: NEW INFOPOBLOG: 6/4
At the suggestion of several students wanting to have more student interaction and conversations about classes, work-in-progress, and exhibitions around town we have set-up a blog at www.infopo.wordpress.com for you to use. If you would like to post new topics, please contact the fine art office to be added on as an author.
6/4: STUDIO VISITS: KEITH WALSH: 6/7
Saturday , June 7th at 1pm
Place: 2924 Bellevue Ave, Echo Park 90026 .
Taking the 101 North from Chinatown is convenient:
exit right onto Silverlake Boulevard, go two blocks
and turn right on Bellevue Ave. Proceed over hill, my
studio is an old corner stucco building at
intersection with London Street.
5/28: STUDIO VISITS: WON JU LIM: 5/31
Saturday May 31st 1pm
Place: Address is 5051 1/2 Coringa drive, LA, 90042 . Please mapquest and keep in mind that it's a back house, after a long drive way. The property starts at the blue wooden gate. In Eagle Rock.
5/22: GRADUATING STUDENTS SUMMER 2008
The following Fine Art students are graduating this summer: Catharina Kaptetn [Class of '08 valedictorian], Trista Metz, Ryan Perez, Matthew Reis, Ye Jee Shin, Charles Ullrich, Jessika Wood. If you are not on the list and plan on graduating this summer, see Greg in Enrollment Services immediately.
5/21: STUDIO VISITS: JPMUNRO: 5/24
Where: 1419 MacBeth St., Echo Park, 90026 (Look for the large Tepee in the yard!). Time: 1pm.
5/14: CLOSING RECEPTION FINE ART EXHIBITION: 5/16
There will be a closing reception for the Fine Art Department
Exhibition this Friday May 16 at 7. Come join us at the Fine Art Gallery and 105 for the festivities.
5/14: STUDIO VISITS: SHANNON EBNER: 5/17
Address: 1103 North Avenue 64 90042 – the studio is in the garage behind the house so please walk up the driveway, do not have anyone go to the front door, thanks. The location of the studio is in the Highland Park area just south of Pasadena, you will find info online. Time: 1pm.
5/9: FINE ART DEPARTMENT EXHIBITION: 5/10
Announcing a Fine Art Department exhibition of student work from Spring 2008, curated by Andrew Cameron. Location: Fine Art, 105, and Glass Case Galleries during the first week of Summer 2008. Artists: Eowyn Wilcox, Jonathan Fields, Kate Pollack, Jordan Swerdloff, Lisa Madonna, Chelsea Rector, William Kaminski, Theodora Allen, Jennifer Joseph, Evelena Ruether. Please stop by to see their work.
5/9: FOR INSTALLATION CONCEPTS: CURRENT
To all interested students--especially those of you in "Installation Concepts: Into the Dirt". Please visit the Anselm Kiefer installation, "Palmsonntag" at the First Baptist Church in Koreatown. It is a rare opportunity. This work was exhibited for his retrospective in Paris at the Grand Palais, but it is a very different installation here. The show is only up for a few more days, so make it down there if you can!
Anselm Kiefer: Palmsonntag (Palm Sunday) http://kcrw.convio.net/site/R?i=scc0h1GIrP9XhKOjM_yU3A.
On view at the First Baptist Church Gym through May 11th, 2008
760 South Westmoreland Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90005
Open Wed-Sun, noon-6pm only
The church is located at the corner of West 8th Street and Westmoreland Avenue in the heart of Los Angeles, two blocks south of Wilshire Boulevard and one block east of Vermont Avenue.
5/7: STUDIO VISITS: 5/10
Class will meet Saturday, May 10, 12pm at The Los Angeles State Historic Park in Chinatown. This will give me a chance to meet everyone and hand out syllabi. The entrance to the park is near the Metro Rail stop in Chinatown. If you have questions please email or call me. My contact information is firstname.lastname@example.org / c. 323 459 3543. Be sure to email me, so I have your correct email address on file, thank you. We will proceed to Will Fowler's studio afterwards.
DIRECTIONS: The Los Angeles State Historic Park in Chinatown
There are several routes i nto the park's main entrance at 1245 North Spring Street . If you have access to the Metro Rail, the park is less than a block away from the Chinatown Station on the gold line. If you are traveling northbound or southbound on the 101F, exit Alameda Street, turn right at the off ramp and Alameda turns into North Spring Street. The park will be on your left. If you are traveling on the I-5 Freeway, exit Broadway, go west and stay in left lane. When Broadway splits in two directions, take North Spring Street to the left.
DIRECTIONS: 1pm - Will Fowler's studio: 621 S. Anderson, Los Angeles 90023: 5 FWY South, exit 4th Street, turn right on 4th - just before the 4th Street bridge, turn left on Anderson - the building is 621 S. Anderson, LA, 90023 - a brick building on the right with a green door and a big "621."
5/3: ONE ON ONE SIGN-UP: 5/13
Sign-up for One On One is Tuesday May 13th at 1pm in the fine art office. Bring your calendar to write down your appointments -- three meetings with each faculty, or nine meetings total.
4/22: SUMMER TERM BEGINS: 5/10
Spring 2008 Archive
4/16: GRADUATION EXHIBITION FRIDAY NIGHT: 4/18
Please join us in celebrating the work of graduating fine art students: Ashley Landrum, Victoria Yi, Jane Lee, Erika Wong, and Traci Joy. Friday, 7 - 10pm in the Fine Art Area.
4/8: SENIOR PROJECTS: 4/9
Traci Joy (8th term) and Fred Portillo(7th term) will exhibit work in the Fine Art Gallery and Gallery 105; respectively. The exhibitions will be up through April 12th
4/8: STUDIO VISITS: 4/12
Studio Visits will meet on Saturday, April 12, with Rita Gonzales at LACMA, Phantom Sightings. Contact Jan for details.
4/1: ONE ON ONE: UPDATE WEEK 12
Students enrolled in One on One MUST meet with their three faculty three times and produce work to receive class credit. As stated during sign-up, two absences is an automatic fail.
4/1: FINE ART- PHOTOGRAPHY: UPDATE
Note: Fine Art- Photography students are required to take three computer classes: Digital Design, FND Photoshop or Photoshop 1 (preferably), and Photoshop 2, and not four as previously listed.
3/31: SENIOR PROJECTS: 4/1
Ashley Landrum (8th term) and Ryan Perez (7th term) will exhibit work in the Fine Art Gallery and Gallery 105; respectively. The exhibitions will be up through Friday, April 4th.
3/28: STUDIO VISITS: 3/29
For Saturday's visit, we are meeting at 10:00 in the Art South Campus Center Parking Lot and will car-pool/caravan out to the desert to see Andrea Zittel. Wear sun protection.
3/20: STUDIO VISITS: 3/22
Studio Visits will meet again on Saturday, March 22, with Ruben Ochoa/Mark Bradford at MacArthur Park. Contact Jan for details.
3/20: SUMMER CURRICULUM ADVISEMENT: 3/25
Tuesday March 25th is Advisement Fair at 12 in the cafeteria. Fine Art classes for the summer term are now posted in the fine art office. See Laurence or Mitchelll to go over your graduation audits. 7th and 8th term students should also be sure to register for Senior Seminar with Tom Knechtel on Thursdays 8:30 to 11:30am. We have some great classes in the Summer.
3/20: FACULTY ENRICHMENT GRANTS: 4/11
The Art Center Faculty Council is encouraging all faculty members to take advantage of the opportunity that Art Center provides to support personal and research-based projects, through the Faculty Enrichment Grant program.
Application forms are available in the Department Chair's Office, in the Faculty Lounge, on the desktops of the computers in the Faculty Lounge, and on Inside Art Center's Faculty page.
April 11, 2008 : All applications must be turned in to Danielle Conte in the Department Chairs' Office no later than 3:00 p.m.
3/18: LYNDA.COM: ALWAYS
If you would like to practice and familiarize yourself with media applications, please use the resources of Lynda.com.
Lynda.com is an award-winning provider of educational materials, including Hands-On Training instructional books, the Online Training Library, CD- and DVD-based video training, and events for creative designers, instructors, students, and hobbyists. Art Center Faculty, Staff, and Students are eligible to receive an account. You can request a Lynda.com account on your personal inside.artcenter.edu page.
3/14: STUDIO VISITS: JORGE PARDO: 3/17
No studios visits on Saturday, March 15. Instead, class will meet this coming Monday, March 17 at 1:30PM, with Jorge Pardo at Jorge Pardo Studio, 5305 Alhambra Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90032. Contact Jan Tumlir for time.
3/12: SENIOR PROJECTS CATALOG INFO DUE: 3/19
Next week, week 10, all text and related information for the Senior Projects catalog is due on Wednesday. Please provide digital files to Andrew Cameron with some idea on how your 8th term student would like their work represented.
3/5: JAN HENDRIX: OPEN WORKSHOP: 3/10-3/14
From Nature to Artifact is a workshop open to all Fine Art students. If you are interested in participating contact
3/4: GRAD SEMINAR: MAGGIE NELSON : 3/4
Art Center Grad Seminar
March 4th 7:30-10:00pm
LA Times theater
Maggie Nelson (Ph.D., the Graduate Center of the City University of New York) is most recently the author of two works of nonfiction: an autobiographical book about her family, criminal justice, and media spectacle.
2/26: GRAD SEMINAR: JASON MEADOWS: 2/26
Art Center Grad Seminar
LA Times Theater
Jason Meadows is a Los Angeles-based artist who’s most recent exhibitions include "A Light in the Attic" at Corvi-Mora in London, "Frame Narrative" at Tanya Bonakdar in New York and his fifth solo show at Marc Foxx in Los Angeles, currently on view until the 8th of March.
2/22: STUDIO VISITS: CHARLIE WHITE: 3/1
The Studio Visits class meets at Charlie White's studio next
Saturday, March 1. Confirm with Mr. Tumlir.
Address and Directions: 2476 Hidalgo Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90039. Take CA-2 South. Exit on Glendale Blvd.
Turn Right on Glendale Blvd. Turn Right on Bancroft Ave.
Turn Slight Left onto Hidalgo Ave.
2/19: GRAD SEMINAR: STEFAN RöMER: 3/11
Stefan Römer will show and discuss his documentary film
about conceptual art in grad seminar March 11, Tuesday at 7pm in the LA Times Theater.
2/13: STUDIO VISITS: BRAD SPENCE: 2/16
The meeting this Saturday is at the studio of Brad Spence, 1264 Eagle Vista Drive LA 90041. From the 134 you take the Figueroa exit and Eagle Vista is just
South of the Freeway.
2/8: STUDIO VISITS: STERLING RUBY: 2/9
The meeting is at Sterling Ruby's studio. Directions from Art Center. Feb 9th at 1pm sounds fine. Here are the directions to the studio AT 1526 Fishburn Ave, LA, CA 90063.
1/31: GETTY CENTER: CANCELLED AS OF 2/20
On Feb. 28, the Getty Center will hold its 3rd annual college night. Love will be in the air because we will feature the exhibition "Fragonard's Allegories of Love." Activities will run from 5-9 p.m. and include gallery tours, food and drink, a DJ, and other fun stuff.
There will be two special features:
Dr. Drew Pinsky ("Loveline" and "Celebrity Rehab") will discuss art and sexuality with Prof. Melissa Hyde, an outstanding art historian specializing in 18th-century France, and take student questions.
We have a limited space for students to display their own artwork at the Getty for one night only!
1/30: STEVE RODEN AT FAR STUDENT MEETING: 2/7
NEXT Thursday, February 7 at 7pm, we are having our student meeting. Please mark the date and try to attend.
1/30: BEAUTIFUL NETWORKS WEBLINK: 1/30
The Spring 2008 TDS, Beautiful Networks, has a work-in-progress website, which is open to all for browsing.
1/30: STUDIO VISITS: PAE WHITE: 2/2
Studio Visits will meet at Pae's studio at her home in Montecito Heights this Saturday, 4027 Paige Street, Los Angeles, 90031
1/23: STUDIO VISITS: WALEAD BESHTY: 1/26
Studio Visits will meet Walead this Saturday at China Art Objects at 933 Chung King Road, Los Angeles, CA 90012. Tel 213-613-0384.
1/18: NEW FEATURE: FINE ART ADVISING GUIDE:1/18
There is now a Fine Art Media Department Advising Guide.pdf to provide some transparency to the processes and procedures for frequently asked questions, reviews, scholarship, studio policy, etc..
Fine Art Advising Guidelines.pdf
1/16: MANDATORY STUDENT MEETING: 2/7
The mandatory Fine Art Student Meeting is week 4, February 7th at 7pm in the Boardroom. Artist Steve Roden will be the guest speaker. Refreshments will be served.
1/16: STUDIO VISITS: EUAN MACDONALD: 1/19
Studio Visits is going to meet at the Luckman Gallery to see Euan MacDonald: Selected Works. The Luckman Fine Arts Complex is located on the campus of California State University, Los Angeles, 5151 State University Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90032-8116. Telephone: 323-343-6610.
1/15: 5TH TERM REVIEWS READY: NOW
Reviews from Fall 2007 are available in the Fine Art Office.
1/11: STUDIO VISITS: 1/12
Studio Visits meets Saturday at 1pm in room 106, unless you are contacted by Jan Tumlir to make alternative plans.
1/10: ALL DEPARTMENT STUDENT MEETING: 2/7/08
The Fine Art Media All Student Meeting is delighted to have artist and painter, Steve Roden present his work to the Fine Art students. The location will be the Boardroom at 7pm. Refreshments will be served. Stay tuned for any changes.
1/3: FACULTY SYLLABI DUE
All Fine Art Faculty syllabi are due into the Fine Art Office on the first day of your respective classes. Thanks.
1/2: SCHOOL STARTS: JANUARY 12, 2008
One on One sign-up on Tuesday January 15th at 1pm in Fine Art Office. Passion for Painting meets in Room 108 on Monday January 14th.
Fall 2007 Archive
12/13: FINAL DAYS OF FALL TERM:
An interesting term everyone. Congratulations to our graduating students. Thanks to the students representing the department in the student gallery. Try to stop by Friday night 7-10pm, hillside campus for the all school opening. Graduation is Saturday at 10. Have a wonderful break. See you all next year.
Remember to register for Spring 2008. Studio Space assignments and One on One scheduling will take place January 15th. Check INFOPO for updated news.
12/7: FINE ART CURRICULUM: NOW
If you have not already done so, please register for Spring 2008 classes. The following are required classes4th term and up, should sign-up for Fine Art Seminar: JOKERS with Jean Rasenberger; 2nd and 3rd term students should add Painting Strategies with Tom Knechtel; 3rd and 4th should take Art: Structures and Systems; 5th term and up shoud consider One on One with Laura Cooper, Kevin Hanley and Steve Roden.
12/5: SENIOR GRADUATION EXHIBITION: 12/14
The Fine Art Media Graduation Exhibition featuring, Lena Ruano, Tiffanie Pierini, Conan Dynes, Mina Lee, Sean Best, and Aaron Giesel will be located in room 105, 106A, 106B, and the Fine Art Gallery, Hillside Campus on December 14th from 6 to 10pm. We hope everyone can attend.
12/4: STUDIO VISITS: KATIE GRINNAN: 12/8
Last class of the term: Katie's Studio, 4636 W. Washington Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90016. We are meeting regular hours- Saturday 1-4. Papers are due Saturday- Bring them with you. Also check your Art Center email address to know how you are doing in the class pre-paper. I sent these last week, but suspect not everybody has checked it. Feel free to email me with questions...
11/30: GRAD SEMINAR: DONT RHINE: 12/4
Dont Rhine works in the nexus between conceptual art, sound art, and his own direct engagement with political organizing in AIDS activism. LA Times Theater, 7:30PM - 10pm
11/27: STUDIO VISITS: ANDREA ZITTEL: 12/1
This Saturday we are going to Andrea Zittel's studio in Joshua Tree, California meet at Art Center in the main parking lot at 8:00am Saturday- We'll then carpool and caravan to Joshua Tree and we will meet at Andrea's at 11:30am.
Directions: Take the 10 east out of Los Angeles and drive approx. 1.5 hours (to the windmill fields). Alt: leave LA on the 210 east to the 15 south to the 10 east). Exit on Hwy 62 (29 Palms Hwy) - Take 62 (29 Palms Hwy) east towards 29 Palms
A few miles after Yucca Valley you will pass through the "village" of Joshua Tree. About one mile after Joshua Tree, on the right side of the hwy you will see a big yellow sign for "Joshua Bail Bonds". Pull right as if you were pulling into their parking lot. This will put you on a small dirt road called Neptune, Drive towards the hill on Neptune. Follow road when it veers left. Then take first right and continue towards my house which is the first small white house at the foot of the hill. Follow the driveway going directly towards the hill behind the house and park next to trailer. In an emergency call 323-636-2291
11/27: FACULTY MEETING: 11/29
Fine Art Media Faculty Meeting, Thursday November 29th, in the Boardroom at 7pm.
11/27: LECTURE: DEREK BOSHIER: 11/29
Visual Artist, Derek Boshier will be speaking to Fine Art and Illustration students on November 29th in room 106. Everyone is welcome. Derek will be teaching Passion for Painting in Spring 2008.
11/21: STUDIO SPACE IN ROOM 105: 11/30
If you are interested in participating in the studio lottery, please email a short description on why you need the space and what term you will be in the Spring. Spaces are assigned by seniority, merit, and need. We only have four students graduating, so we have a limited amount of space to to provide next term. Deadline is November 30th. Students currently with spaces will also be re-evaluated.
11/21: THANKSGIVING HOILDAY: 11/22 - 25
ACCD will be closed over the break. It will reopen on Monday the 26th. Have a nice holiday.
11/20: SENIOR PROJECTS: ADAM MASON: 11/21
Taco Truck will be open for for review at 7 - 8pm on Wednesday November 21 in the South Student Parking Lot. Admission fee $5 dollars. Free food.
11/19: GRAD SEMINAR: SYLVERE LOTRINGER: 11/20
Art Center Grad Seminar, Nov.20th 7:30 - 10:00
Sylvère Lotringer studied at the Sorbonne and received his doctorate from the École Pratique des Hautes Études, VIe section, Paris (1967). He has published books with French theorists Paul Virilio (Pure War, 1983) and Jean Baudrillard, (Forget Foucault, 1986), in addition to Overexposed, an update on Michel Foucault's History of Sexuality (New York: Pantheon, 1988).
11/16: STUDIO VISiTS: CARLSON AND CO: 11/17
Carlsons and Co.
13023 Arroyo St.
San Fernando, CA 91340
We are meeting at 10:0 am Saturday
1/9: ADVISEMENT FAIR: 11/13
Time to start planning your Spring 2008 schedule. Advisement Fair is Tuesday, November 13, 12 -2pm. Register early. Classes, such as Passion for Painting, Visiting Artist Workshop, Studio Visits, One on One, Fine Art Seminar: JOKERS, and TDS: Beautiful Networks, will be first-come, first-served. Register on-line when your time is made available.
11/6: STUDIO VISIT: JED CAESAR: 11/10
Meeting Sunday from 1 - 4pm at Jed Caesar's studio
his address is 3505 Eagle Rock Blvd, LA, CA 90065
11/2: GRAD SEMINAR: JOSEPHINE MECKSEPERT: 11/6
Josephine Mecksepert will be speaking Art Center Grad Seminar, Nov. 6th 7:30 - 10:00, LAT Theater, Hillside campus
10/30: GRAD SEMINAR: HOLLIS FRAMPTON FILMS:10/30
Hollis Frampton Films: Tuesday, October 30 grad seminar.
Hapax Legomena (five films gathered together as a group by the filmmaker) will be screened by Diana Thater. Art Center Grad Seminar, Oct. 30th 7:30 - 10:00, LAT Theater,
10/30: STUDIO VISITS: ANNA SEW HOY: 11/3
Class will meet on SATURDAY at Anna Sew Hoy's studio
at 1727 W. Spring Street, LA, CA 90012.
Her studio is located in the Women's building near Lincoln park
10/26: 5TH TERM REVIEW UPDATE: 11/2
Artist statements for the upcoming 5th Term Reviews are due next Friday, November 2 by noon, for distribution to review faculty.
10/24: STUDIO VISITS ALICE KONITZ: 10/27
Studio Visits class will meet at the studio of Alice Konitz at
2931 Main St, LA, CA 90031, at the corner of Griffin and Main- the entrance is on Griffin.
10/22:GRAD SEMINAR: YVONNE RAINER: 10/29
Art Center Grad Seminar
Oct. 29th 12-3 pm
LAT Theater, North Campus
10/19: SENIOR PROJECTS EXHIBITIONS: 10/29
Ashley Landrum and Jane Lee will be showing new work in the Fine Art Student Gallery and Gallery 105, October 29 through November 2, week 8. All are welcome.
10/17: SENIOR PROJECT EXHIBITIONS: 10/15
Fine Art Media is pleased to announce the first solo exhibitions for Fall 2007 of 7th and 8th term students. Traci Joy and Catharina Kapteyn have work in both the Fine Art Gallery and in 105 Gallery. All are welcome. Through 10/26, week 7.
10/17: BUSINESS DIALOGUE SERIES: 10/23
Salomom Huerta will speak about having a career in the arts at the next Business Dialogue lecture, Tuesday October 23, from 1:00 - 2:00 pm in the LA Times Media Center, Hillside Campus.
10/16: FREE LACMA ADMISSION PASSES: 10/16
All Fine Art Media students and faculty: Stop by the Fine Art Media office (next to room 106) for your free admission pass to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. These passes are free and good until June 2008. These passes are made possible by the efforts of Student Life.
10/15: STUDIO VISITS: FRITZ HAIG: 10/20
Studio Visits will visit the studio of Fritz Haeg (not Anna Sew Hoy as stated in the syllabus). The address is: 2538 Sundown Drive, Los Angeles, CA, 90065, USA. You can also check out his projects on his website at www.fritzhaeg.com
10/9: STUDIO VISTS: TURRELL LECTURE: 10/13
Studio Visits will meet Saturday Oct 13th at Pomona College to attend the James Turrell Symposium: Knowing Light. The symposium will be in the Bridges Hall of Music, 150 E. Fourth Street, Pomona College, Claremont. Allow yourself some driving time and carpool if possible. There is a reception after the symposium for those of you that want to stay. For directions go to: http://pomona.edu/Welcome/ExplorePomona/HowTo GetHere.shtml
10/4: GRAD SEMINAR: FLORA WIEGMANN: 10/9
Grad Seminar welcomes Flora Wiegmann Tuesday, October 9th. Flora Wiegmann is a dancer and choreographer working in Los Angeles. Her work challenges the divide between dance and art, and often results from a collaborative process. In 2003, she co-founded Champion Fine Art, an artist-curated exhibition project. Location and Time TBA. ng p
10/3: STUDIO VISITS: 10/6
Studio Visits will meet at the studios of Drew Dominick and Sarah Vanderlip at 3764 Colonial Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90066. Please be prompt.erformance
10/3: GRAD EXHIBITION: CLOSING RECEPTION: 10/7
"Through, At, Into: Looking and Natural Manipulation,"
a group show curated by Lindsay Lacewell Kessner, featuring: Jennifer Cohen, Lindsay Lacewell Kessner, Jennifer Shimatsu, and Devon Oder. Closing Reception: THIS FRIDAY, Oct. 5, 7pm. Art Center College of Design, South Campus, 950 S. Raymond, Pasadena, CA. In the Main Gallery.
9/29: BUSINESS DIALOGUE SERIES: 10/9
Jennifer Steinkamp is an internationally exhibiting installation artist who works with new media and video to explore ideas about architectural space, motion, and perception. Jennifer was recently selected to represent the United States for the Cairo Biennial in Egypt and she is currently working on a commission for the Getty Museum, here in Los Angeles. Also at this time, a survey exhibition of her work is traveling to the Albright-Knox Gallery in Buffalo, NY. The talk is Tuesday , October 9th at 1:00 - 2:00pm in the LA Times Media Center, Hillside Campus.
9/27: GRADUATION MEETING: 10/1
REMINDER: Monday, 1 October at 1:00pm in Ahmanson Auditorium. This meeting is required for all students planning to graduate in December 2007. ALL students intending to graduate this December must complete the INTENT TO GRADUATE form available in Enrollment Services. Submission of this form is the only way your name will be listed in the Graduation Program and a diploma ordered for you.
9/25: GRAD SEMINAR: BUTOH PERFORMANCE: 9/28
This Friday, September 28, John Solt will be giving a lecture titled "Butoh: The Patina of Decay." at the L.A Times Theater from 4-7. It is mandatory for the MFA students to attend.
9/25: MANDATORY STUDENT MEETING: 9/27
Reminder of the once a term Student Meeting. Your opportunity to share your thoughts on your current classes and make suggestions for future classes. Katie Grinnan will be our guest speaker.
9/25: EDGAR ARCENEAUX: 9/25
Fine Art lecture at 1pm in the LA Times Auditorium.
9/24: STUDIO VISITS - PATRICK HILL: 9/29
Studio Visits will visit the studio of Patrick Hill this Saturday-
The address is 4709 Melrose Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90029
It's between Western and Vermont and west of the Melrose exit off the 101 Freeway. Papers are also due this Saturday
9/21: ART:STRUCTURE AND SYSTEMS: 9/25
Lize Mogel will speak in Dave Bailey's class on Tuesday, Septemer 25th in Fine Art Room 106 at 10:30am. LIze's topic is, "the world as a world map (and other cartographic experiments)". Lize Mogel is an interdisciplinary artist who works with the interstices between art and cultural geography.
9/20: BRINGING AND SHOWING ARTWORK IN CLASS
Reminder: It 's the responsibility of each student to make new art work for each class. Art work made in one class can not be carried over for credit into another. If you would like to show your work to other faculty, please speak with them individually to arrange a time to meet.
9/20: 8TH TERM GRADUATING STUDENTS! NOW
All 8th term students intending to graduate in December, you need to fill out an "Intent to Graduate" form as soon as possible. Check your credits.
9/19: GRAD SEMINAR: 9/25 & 9/28
Week Three/ Two Seminars. The first will be Tiridad
Zolghadr on Tuesday Sept 25 (regular hours), and the second seminar will be John Solt on Friday Sept. 28 (4-7). LA Times Auditorium, Hillside Campus
9/18: GRAND TOUR: CLOSING RECEPTION: 9/18
This is the proverbial last train leaving the station for the Grand Tour. Tonight, Tuesday September 18 from 5 - 7pm there is a closing reception for Meeting Points in the fine art gallery.
9/17: STUDIO VISITS: 9/22
Matthew Monahan and Gordon Matta Clark at MOCA.
Please meet at the bookstore prior to going into the exhibitions. MOCA is at 250 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90012. Admission is $8 and $5 for students.
9/18: STUDENT MEETING: 9/ 27
Please note the date for the student meeting is Thursday, September 27th, Week 3. Katie Grinnan will be the guest lecturer. The meeting will be held in the Boardroom at 7:30pm.This move will allow our Senior Project students to attend.
9/14: STUDIO VISITS: 9/15
Studio Visits will meet at Kaz Oshiro's Studio on Saturday, September 15th. The address is 688 S. Santa Fe Ave, LA, CA 90021. Parking is on Jesse St. b/w Santa Fe and Mateo St or on Mateo b/w 7th and Jesse St. Please be prompt. Also, check back to make sure the dates and time have not changed.
9/14: BUSINESS DIALOGUES IN FINE ART: FALL
BUSINESS DIALOGUE SERIES
Fall 2007- Career Development
Office of Career Development & Alumni Relations
The Business Dialogue Series ... One-hour presentations to introduce students to the diverse opportunities available to them in the art and design profession. Guest speakers are invited to discuss their specific areas of expertise, showcase their studios and projects; and importantly, give students the opportunity to exchange in a dialogue.
All presentations: 1:00 - 2:00 pm - LA Times Media Center, Hillside Campus.
Tuesday, September 25th
Edgar Arceneaux, Artist
Tuesday, October 9th
Jennifer Steinkamp, Video/Mixed Media Artist
Tuesday, October 16th
Harry Cocciolo, Director
Tool of North America
Tuesday, October 23
Salomon Huerta, Artist
Tuesday, October 30th
Jonathan Harb, CEO & Creative Director
9/14: GRAD SEMINAR/GLENN PHILLIPS: 9/18
On Tuesday September 18, Glenn Phillips, Senior Project Specialist and Consulting Curator at the Getty Research Center, will be our guest in Graduate Seminar.
Glenn Phillips curated the wonderful exhibition "Evidence of
Movement" which is on view at the Getty Research institute now. Please see it to prepare for his talk on Tuesday. (At the same time you can visit "The Bar at the Folies Bergeres" - also on view right now at the Getty. Carpool!)
I also attach the website so that you may look at the write-up about the show and can listen to some of the "Close Radio" broadcasts. [MR]
9/13: GRAND TOUR EXHIBITION/FAR GALLERY: 9/15
Open through Monday (17th of September), the Grand Tour group exhibition, Meeting Points, can be viewed in the Fine Art Gallery on the hillside campus. This exhibition shows new artwork our fine art students made upon their return from a month long sojourn to Europe visiting major art collections, exhibitions, and museums.
9/11: SEPTEMBER 11: 5TH TERM REVIEWS
5th Term Reviews from Summer 2007 are ready for pick-up in the fine art office.
9/11: MEDIA EVENT OFF-CAMPUS: 9/15
FREEWAVES' FUN RAZOR! 13 Los Angeles VJ's perform, wall-to-wall video, live video mixing, installations, etc. The event happens on SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 15
9 - midnight, eclectic world music; 12am - 3 am, dance music. Note: 18+ older | 21+ to drink
FREEWAVES @ LACE
6522 Hollywood Blvd
Los Angeles CA 90028 near cahuenga
$15 at the door | $10 online at http://www.freewaves.org/funrazor.html
9/11: GRADUATE SEMINAR: 9/11
Barbara Kopple and Cecilia Peck will speak about their filmic practices on Tuesday, September 11 in Graduate Seminar, 7:30-10:00 PM, L.A. Times Theater, Hillside Campus, Art Center College of Design. Undergraduates are welcome to attend.
9/8: SENIOR PROJECTS: 9/12
Senior Projects will meet Wednesday evening, September 12th at 7pm in the Fine Art Gallery. Please note the day change: Senior Projects is no longer on Monday evenings.
9/6: STUDIO VISITS: 9/8
Studio Visits with Katie Grinnan will meet in the Ellwood Building on the hillside campus at 1pm in room 106 on Saturday September 8.
SEPTEMBER 6: STUDIO 105
Students with studio space in 105 should re-organize their work by September 7, so new students can begin to settle in. Those moving out should also return their keys. New keys will be available Tuesday September 11.
SEPTEMBER 4: INSIDE@ARTCENTER.EDU
The school is handing out new email accounts, which will be introduced in a new system called email@example.com. This new system will not forward email, which will make INFOPO essential for you to see quick updates to classes and department events.
AUGUST 30: STUDIO SPACES ASSIGNED FOR FA07
For students who requested studio spaces for Fall term in room 105, your studios have been assigned, and are final. Please check the map on the studio wall for your specific. You can move in when the term begins. Studio requests for SP08 will be entertained starting week 11.
AUGUST 25: PICK-UP JOURNALS
Students in Grand Tour, Dialogues, and Tumlir's Critical Issues in Painting classes should pick-up your journals before Sept 12 from the fine art office.
AUGUST 25: 5th and 3rd TERM STUDENTS
If you have any questions, or doubts, as to your term level, please check with the fine art office, so we can enroll you in 5th Term Review class or schedule you for your 3rd Term Reviews.
AUGUST 24: FINE ART MEDIA ASSISTANCE
Fine Art faculty or students needing special assistance prior to the start of Fall term can contact the fine art office before September 1. Regular office hours will resume on Tuesday September 11.
ARCHIVE: SUMMER 2007
POST DATE: SUBJECT
16 AUGUST: CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS!
Anastasia Hill, George Stubbs, Natan McChristy, Everett Ching, Rocio Mendoza, Alexis Walker, Madoka Tasaki, Sean Best, Rayno Ciro, Cassandra Marquez, Brenton Iversen, Nery Gabriel Lemus. The best of luck to all of you.
15 AUGUST: SENIOR EXHIBITION OPENING: AUGUST 17
Everyone is welcome to the Senior Exhibition on Friday August 17th on the Hillside Campus.
12 AUGUST: BRENTON IVERSEN: SENIOR EXHIBITION: AUGUST 13
Week 14, August 13 - August 16, Brenton Iversen will be presenting paintings for his Senior Exhibition in the Fine Art Gallery and in Gallery 105. All are welcome.
8 AUGUST: SENIOR EXHIBITION: AUGUST 17
Senior Exhibition preparation and installation in fine art gallery, room 106A/B is scheduled for Wednesday August 15th around 7pm. Please bring your work . Tom Knechtel will be the faculty in the house to discuss hanging and lighting. The exhibition opening is Thursday (informally) and Friday is the big all school opening. Good luck and congratulations.
7 AUGUST: CLEAN-UP 105 STUDIO HALLWAY
Please clean-up the 105 studio hallways and repair wall damage by Wednesday August 15th. If you use the sink, please use it with others in mind.
6 AUGUST: REQUESTS FOR STUDIO SPACE IN 105
Fall 2007 students seeking studio space in room 105, please submit your request to the fine art office by Wednesday August 15th. Studio Space are provided to students based on seniority, need, and must be actively utilized on a daily basis. NOTE: students currently with studio space must request to continue use of their space for the fall term.
6 AUGUST: STUDIO VISITS: NANCY EVANS: AUGUST 11
The Studio Visits class will be meeting on August 11 at 10 am at the studio of Nancy Evans. Nancy's studio is at 505 Boccaccio Avenue, just off Abbott Kinney Boulevard, east of Venice. Her phone number is 310-821-7366. Please be on time! (She said she'll have coffee for us!)
5 AUGUST: FACULTY OF SENIOR PROJECTS MEETING: AUGUST 8
Summer and fall Senior Project faculty will meet at Panda Inn in Glendale on Wednesday August 8th at 7pm to discuss up and coming changes to the class.
4 AUGUST: ROCIO MENDOZA/CASSANDRA MARQUEZ: SENIOR EXHIBITION: AUGUST 6
Week 13, August 6 - August 11, Rocio Mendoza and Cassandra Marquez will be presenting their Senior Exhibitions in the Fine Art Gallery and in Gallery 105. All are welcome.
3 AUGUST: WALEAD BESHTY: GRAD SEMI: AUGUST 7
Walead Beshty will be speaking to Grad Seminar about his work on Tuesday, August 7, 2007, 7:30-10:00 PM, L.A. Times Theater, Hillside Campus
3 AUGUST: ASHLEY HUNT: AUGUST 7
Documenta 12 artist, Ashley Hunt will present and discuss the video project: 9 scripts from a nation at war on Tuesday, August 7, 4–6 pm for Grad Seminar Complex, 950 S. Raymond Ave.
2 AUGUST: STUDIO VISITS: AUGUST 4
Studio Visits will meet at the studios of Seonna Hong, Saelee Oh, Carlos Ramos, Martha Rich, Souther Salazar, Mark Todd, Esther Pearl Watson at 11am. Address: 1302 Yosemite Drive, Los Angeles, CA, 90041. Meet outside.
27 JULY: 3RD TERM REVIEWS: AUGUST 2
3rd term reviews are Thursday August 2 in the Boardroom. Please bring four to six current pieces of artwork to casually discuss. Also bring your schedule for next terms classes. The meeting schedule is listed to the left under Calendar.
27 JULY: ANDREA FRASER: GRAD SEMINAR: JULY 31
Andrea Fraser will be discussing both recent and older projects in Grad Seminar on Tuesday July 24 at 7:30pm in the LA Times Theater, Hillside Campus.
26 JULY: NERY LEMUS: SENIOR EXHIBITION: JULY 30
Week 12, July 30 - August 3, Nery Lemus will be presenting his Senior Exhibition in the Fine Art Gallery and in Gallery 105. All are welcome. Nery is having a closing reception on Friday, August 3 from 6 - 9pm.
25 JULY: FACULTY MEETING/DINNER: AUGUST 1
This terms faculty meeting will be at 7pm on Wednesday, August 1 in the Boardroom. We will be discussing the Grand Tour, ACCD restructuring, curriculum, and other subjects to be named later.
25 JULY: SENIOR GRADUATION EXHIBITION MEETING
IMPORTANT! All graduating seniors in Fine Art are expected to attend the Senior Grad Exhibition Meeting Tuesday July 31 at 1pm in the Fine Art office.
24 JULY: STUDIO VISITS: ROBIN MITCHELL: JULY 28
Studio Visits will meet Robin Mitchell at Craig Krull Gallery, Bergamot Station (Santa Monica) at 11:30am on Saturday July 28. Please be on time.
23 JULY: MITCHELL KANE: GRAD SEMINAR : JULY 24
Mitchell Kane will be discussing both recent and older projects in Grad Seminar on Tuesday July 24 at 7:30pm in the LA Times Theater, Hillside Campus.
19 JULY: SCHOLARSHIP REVIEW STUDENTS
Students in the July 18th scholarship review, you can pick-up your faculty assessment in the Fine Art office. This is only a faculty review and not the final results about granting scholarships. Final scholarship award announcements will be sent to you in the near future.
19JULY: STUDIO VISTS: CLAYTON BROTHERS: JULY 21
This Saturday Studio Visits will meet at the studio of the Clayton Brothers in La Crescenta at 11am. Their address is 2942 Honolulu Avenue, La Crescenta 91214. Please contact Aaron at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about time or location.
GRAD SEMINAR: 17 JULY
Allan Sekulla will be discussing his work in Grad Seminar on Tuesday July 17 at 7:30pm in the LA Times Theater, Hillside Campus. Allan currently has a show up a Christopher Grimes in Santa Monica.
11 JULY: ADVISEMENT FOR FINE ART: TUESDAY 17TH
NOTE: Advisement for fine art will be Tuesday July 17th 1 - 3pm in the fine art office. Please stop by to ask any questions. Remember that registration for classes will be on-line. The all department Advisement Fair is on Wednesday July 18 12 -2pm in the cafeteria.
11 JULY: STUDIO VISITS: STEVE RODEN: JULY 14
This Saturday, July 14, Studio Visits will meet at 1:00 at the studio of Steve Roden in Pasadena. Steve’s website: www.inbetweennoise.com. His address: 1097 S. Los Robles Avenue (about 5 houses South of Glenarm on the corner of Los Robles and Wallis). Please be punctual.
11 JULY: GEORGE STUBBS/ANASTASIA HILL: SENIOR EXHIBITION
Week 10, July 16 - 21, George Stubbs and Anastasia Hill will be presenting their Senior Exhibitions in the Fine Art Gallery and in Gallery 105. All are welcome.
10 JULY: 5th TERM REVIEW STATEMENTS DUE FRIDAY
Those students having their 5th term review on Wednesday July 18th -- Trista, Scott, Richard, Charles, Ryan, Erika, and Andrew -- please send your artists statement to the fine art office by FRIDAY JULY 13.
6 JULY: KAUCYILA BROOKE: GRAD SEMINAR: JULY 10
Kaucyila Brooke will be discussing her work in Grad Seminar on Tuesday July 10 at 7:30pm in the LA Times Theater, Hillside Campus.
5 JULY: EVERETT CHING/MADOKA TASAKI: SENIOR EXHIBITION
Week 9, July 9 - 14, Everett Chin and Madoka Tasaki will be presenting their Senior Exhibitions in Fine Art Gallery and Gallery 105. Everyone is welcome.
3 JULY: GRAND TOUR UPDATES
Go to: www.artcenter.edu/fineart/infopo/GT.htm
3 JULY: STUDIO VISITS: RENEE PETROPOULOS: JULY 7
Studio visits class will meet this Saturday at 10:30 at the Rosamund Felsen Gallery to meet with Renee Petropoulos and talk with her about her show.
2 JULY: ANDREA BOWERS: GRAD SEMINAR: 3 JULY
Andrea Bowers will discuss her work at Grad Seminar, tonight, Tuesday July 3 at 7:30-10:00 pm, LA Times Theater, Hillside Campus.
30 JUNE: SEAN BEST/RAYNO CIRO: SENIOR EX
Week eight starts the Summer 07 Senior Exhibitions. Next week Sean Best and Rayno Ciro will exhibit in the Fine Art Gallery and Gallery 105, Hillside Campus. Everyone is welcome.
29 JUNE: MARY HEILMANN: STUDIO VISTS: JUNE 30
Painter Mary Heilmann Retrospective. Studio Visits will meet at 11am at the Orange County Museum of Art, 850 San Clemente Drive Newport Beach, California 92660
27 JUNE: ALI SUBOTNICK: CRIT & THEORY: JUNE 29
Editor, writer, curator Ali Subotnick will lecture on Friday June 29th in room 254 at the South Campus, Raymond Street at 1:30 to3:30pm.
23 JUNE: SCULPTURE EXHIBITION: JUNE 25: GALLERY
Mason Cooley's Sculptural Testimonial class will present a mid-term exhibition of new work. The exhibition will be installed for a week in the Fine Art Gallery starting Monday June 25.
19 JUNE: SHARON ELLIS: STUDIO VISIT: JUNE 23rd
We'll meet Sharon at 11 at the Hammer Museum to see her work in "Eden's Edge." the Hammer is located at 10899 Wilshire Blvd., at the intersection with Westwood Blvd.
18 JUNE: MICHAEL PISARO: GRAD SEMINAR: JUNE 19
Michael Pisaro is a composer and guitarist, and a member of the Wandelweiser Composers Ensemble. He has composed over 80 works for a great variety of instrumental combinations, including several pieces for variable instrumentation. 7:30pm LATimes Theater.
15 JUNE: GRAND TOUR CORRESPONDANCE FROM LD
For an abrreviated update on the Grand Tour from Laurence Dreiband, Fine Art Media Chair go to www.artcenter.edu/fineart/infopo/GT.htm
13 JUNE: NANCY JACKSON: STUDIO VISIT: JUNE 16
Meet at Nancy's studio, 11 am, at 2024 Glencoe Avenue in Venice, west of Centinela and north of Venice Blvd.
9 JUNE: FINE ART /FILM/PIZZA: FRIDAY JUNE 12: 7PM
This Friday, June 12, at 7'ish pm, Fine Art will screen the 1970's classic Western, El Topo by Mexican filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky. Location: near the umbrellas outside the cafeteria.
KATRIN PESCH AT GRAD SEMINAR: JUNE 12
Katrin Pesch will speak at Grad Seminar on Tuesday June 12, 7:30-10:00 PM in the L.A. Times Theater, Hillside Campus
6 JUNE: MAGGIE NELSON, JUNE 8, ROOM 254
Criticism and Theory Program is pleased to welcome Maggie Nelson, poet, essayist, and scholar with a Ph.d in English Literature from the Graduate Center of the City College of New York at the South Campus, Room 254 at 10:30am.
5 JUNE: GRAND TOUR MEETING, JUNE 6, 11AM, #106
Last call. Finalized schedule of lecturers, ticket and travel information. This will be the best time to ask questions.
5 JUNE: STUDIO VISITS: SATURDAY JUNE 9
Meet at Dan McCleary's studio, 2422 West 6th Street,
Los Angeles, 90057 at 1:30pm
4 JUNE: JEAN PIERRE GORIN: GRAD SEMINAR: JUNE 5
Jean Pierre Gorin to lecture at Graduate Seminar , June 5th, 7:30-10:00 PM, L.A. Times Theater, Hillside Campus
31 MAY: SIX ALUMNI EXHIBITION OPENS SATURDAY
Six fine art alumni -- Jennifer Steinkamp, Mark Tansey, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Charlie White, Pae White, and Sharon Lockhart -- will be showcased in the Williamson Gallery on the hillside campus this Saturday from 7 to 10pm.
31 MAY: STUDIO VISITS: JUNE 2, NOON
Lynne Berman, 621 Anderson Street at 4th Street Bridge (Downtown LA). We will meet as a group outside, then go in together. Emergencies only: 323 252 1985.
31 MAY: LECTURE: CHRIS KRAUS, FRIDAY, JUNE 1
Criticism & Theory Program welcomes Chris Kraus, a founding editor of semotext(e). She will be speaking at the South Campus, Room 254 at 10:30am to 12:30pm
30 MAY: GRAND TOUR MEETING, JUNE 6, 11AM, #106
Faculty/Student Grand Tour meeting to make sure everyone is on the same page with travel requirements, what to bring, communications, etc.
25 MAY: MEMORIAL DAY HOLIDAY ON MONDAY
As if you need to be reminded. Week 3, Monday is a holiday. One on One students (with Tom Knechtel) should make sure to confirm your meetings originally scheduled for Monday.
24 MAY: 5th TERM WRITE-UPS ARE READY
Spring 2007 5th term students can pick-up their review write-ups in the fine art office.
23 MAY: MANDATORY STUDENT MEETING
The Fine Art Department student meeting is next Wednesday at 7pm in the Boardroom. We will discuss upcoming events, how your term is progressing, and hear Tom LaDuke speak about his work. Refreshments will be served.
22 MAY: GRAND TOUR: EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION
Emergency contact information is requested from all Grand Tour participants. Please provide a contact number for family or close friend in the USA, as well as, your cell phone number (if it will be working while in Europe), prior to departure to London on June 10th.
16 MAY: STUDENT ID CARDS:
At the moment, most students have several user names and passwords, as well as a new Art Center ID number. Not sure which ID's and user names to use? Follow the link to http://www.artcenter.edu/whoami, and enter your new or old Art Center ID numbers: both ID numbers and all your current user names will be displayed, along with a description of the usage for each user name.