First post of the year! The ARC Pride Center is looking for art submissions. If you don't know about it, the Pride Center supports a safe and inclusive campus environment for students...[click post for more]
The Visual Arts Department of Folsom Lake College is honored to host the exhibition "The Spirit of Pacific Western Traders: Native California Now" at the Bank of America Gallery at the Harris Center for the Arts at Folsom Lake College. Please join us for the opening reception and artist panel at Harris Center this coming Friday, November 22, 2019. The Spirit of Pacific... Continue Reading →
Normally I don't suggest shows that require entrance fees for students, but this gallery gets a lot of press and has some interesting opportunities. I HIGHLY suggest you submit for the Viewpoint Gallery Student Photo show (See my post on Oct 14th for details) since it's a free entry, local photo show specifically for students! ... Continue Reading →
We have multiple students who have been accepted into the "Boundaries" show at Viewpoint gallery! Congrats to Aric A, Rora B., Danielle E, Anastasia G, Sean K and David N-- the photo department salutes you. There will be an artists reception on Friday April 12th from 6-8:30 pm. I hope you can come see your... Continue Reading →
Every few years, Viewpoint needs to clean house--which is really good news for our members and patrons. Just in time for Valentine's Day, Viewpoint is holding its first ever SweetArt Sale. The sale includes a wide range of images from past exhibits that have not been picked up by the photographer (after a minimum of one year in... Continue Reading →
Please join UNITE and American River College on Thursday, February 22 for Black History 101 Mobile Museum. The pop up museum will be located in The HUB (located in ARC Student Center) from 10 AM-2 PM, with artifacts ranging from...
This is a drum I beat in all my classes. I know a lot of well meaning friends who I've had to talk to myself about displaying my artwork without proper credit. I know it doesn't seem like a big deal, and I may be alone in my vehemence, but things are different than they... Continue Reading →
Sorry it took so long, but here's the super cool night photos my students made for their last assignment! It's not everything, but a handful of shots from each class. Click each one for a larger view. You may need to brighten your screen a little if you keep it dark. It's worth it to see... Continue Reading →
Kurt Fishback has photographed some of the most important artists in the world. Since he retired from teaching, he's been doing an amazing project documenting California women artists. You can check out a video done of his work and see his previous books at the link below. He's trying to continue his work the way all artists do; through grants and art supporters.