#Repost @dinyl with @get_repost ・・・ This Sunday from 2-4! Stop by the opening of Transition Zone - an exhibition I have the pleasure of showing a painting in alongside several amazing artists and friends. Transition Zone refers to the wild-land urban interface, the terrain where nature meets built environment. In the transition zone, we see how nature and culture navigate within one space. In this exhibition, artworks focus on the intersection of nature and culture, depicting the human impact on the natural world, sometimes in harmony and often in conflict. These artists passionately explore and express their ideas and feelings about their connection and relationship to nature. The artists employ a variety of media to explore the nature/culture relationship from diverse perspectives. Artists include: Fred Brashear, Jr., Mariah Armstrong Conner, Sapira Cheuk, Tanner McGuire, Heath Rössler, Dinyl Schmidt, Andrew K. Thompson and A. E. Van Fleet.
#Repost @artsconnection_network with @get_repost ・・・ Join us next week for an art walk and creative community mixer in downtown Dan Bernardino! Free Parking No Entry Fee The Art Walk is FREE to participate The discussion is free to participate Drinks and dinner : suggested donation of $20 PLEASE RSVP via EVENTBRITE- link in bio. On site donations will be accepted the day of. Hosts: Arts Connection - The Arts Council of San Bernardino County The Little Gallery of San Bernardino David Friedman - Building Owner and Viva La Boba Co-Owner Locations The Little Gallery of San Bernardino - 4pm 459 W. 4th St. #12 San Bernardino, CA 92401 = Dinner and Discussion - 5:30pm 424 W. Court St. San Bernardino, CA 92401 What’s happening: Community Discussion and Dinner. Arts Connection, The Little Gallery of San Bernardino, David Friedman and Viva La Boba are collaborating to host an imaginative Art Walk and Community Mixer about the importance of artists and entrepreneurs in the process of reimagining downtown San Bernardino. The Little Gallery was started by Cal State San Bernardino adjunct professor Andrew K. Thompson; with the help of a former student, and local, Eric Servin. Their mission is to spotlight curated, contemporary art, from San Bernardino County and beyond. Jennifer Kane, Arts Connection’s Executive Director, is working to expand and elevate city, county and state support for arts and culture in the region. Over a few tacos, the three of them decided to collaborate and start their efforts with a downtown dinner. Thanks to the support and vision of David Friedman this idea is now a reality! The community as a whole is invited but space is limited so you must RSVP ahead of time. Drinks and dinner are a suggested donation of $20. #artsconnection #supportlocalartists #downtownsanbernardino #history #community #artmatters #creativeconversations
@the_little_gallery_sb ・・・ Friends. Without you support we’d show nothing but blank walls. Please consider donating this #givingtuesday to help ensure TLGSB can continue to show and support Artists from San Bernardino, Riverside, Redlands, and beyond. Our Venmo link is in our bio. No PayPal links, yet, but our associated email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Seriously, every little bit counts and you do too. Let’s fill these blank walls! #TLGSB #thelittlegallery #thelittlegallerysb #sanbernardinocounty #sanbernardino #sanbernardinoart #inlandempireart #redlandsartists #riversideart #supportlocalartists #supportlocalart Please and thank you
Friends, I need help. I was appointed a class about women in photography. Yes, I recognize the bitter irony. Yes, I suggested that one of the other two female photo professors teach it. Still, the department heads felt that I was the best qualified because of my engagement in photo history and theory. So, with humility, I ask for suggestions. I have a list of canonical artists and writers but I want to be as thorough as I can about exposing the students to underrepresented ‘photographers’ (photo, video, photo process based). I know my “privilege” landed me this gig but I want to use this opportunity to open as many doors as possible. Any suggested texts, lens-based/photo process-based artists (female or female-identified), and anyone willing to speak to the class (via Skype or in person) will be greatly appreciated. Please and thank you in advance. #Repost @tcedre ・・・ Working on our Spring syllabi and putting together lists of female photographers with my colleague @andrew_k_thompson who always respects my voice and extends a platform to me. I needed to see these today...to remind me of my power as a woman who photographs and as an academic. He will be dropping knowledge at LaVerne and I will be teaching photo history at CSUSB next year. #lornasimpson #susanmeiselas #martharosler #sallymann #mariamartinezcañas #tamaracedre #womenphotograph #spewomenscaucus #representationmatters
First, imagine this being your teacher. 🤦🏻♂️🤣💀 Second, I got a best compliment from a student today. He told me that despite receiving a concussion this weekend AND having a doctors/ the School’s permission to take the week off he didn’t want to miss MY class. 😍🤓🤩!! I suppose I’m doing something right?