Saw Craig make this post about his Fashion photography class. You guys really need to take that class next time around when it's offered, as I have recently heard him pondering retirement! :O Check out his blog at the link below. Took my photography class to Ansel Hoffman Park Sunday and had a great photography session with Linda Alvarez... Continue Reading →
Our annual student art competition is up and ready for viewing at the James Kaneko Gallery (just around the corner from our classroom). This year the juror was Shelly Willis, who was the Director of the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission from 2012 until 2017. The first reception and first award ceremony for the student... Continue Reading →
These jobs look like great resume material! California State Fair has openings for Exhibit Crew, Graphic Artists, Visual Display, and Exhibit Crew Leads--some of these positions have multiple openings, too. I did this kinda stuff in college and I loved it. If you've taken design classes, used photoshop, hung art shows, made display windows, this... Continue Reading →
First of all, Viewpoint is one of the best photo galleries in California, and we are very lucky to have it here in Sacramento. Even better, there's an entire program for students. We do have an ARC membership for students, but even if you aren't taking our classes anymore, you could still become a member for $20 and that gives you access beyond your time with us. I've added their contact info at the bottom of this post. But let's see what's going on! ...
I got this email the other day with lots of opportunities to look at art, and figured I'd just copy the whole thing for you guys: Last week The Huffington Post released an article titled "201 Artists You Should Remember This International Women's Day". Right now, at the Kaneko Gallery, we have pieces from three... Continue Reading →
Hey folks! I'm sure some of you are already looking at classes for next semester, and I wanted to let you know about a new class I wrote for you. It's called Artph 345 AND also called ArtH 335 in the American River College Schedule of Classes. It's not a typical art history class in... Continue Reading →