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Jun
5
to Jun 26

Teaching @ SFAI: PICS OR IT DIDN’T HAPPEN: DOCUMENTING YOUR WORK

4 sessions >> Tuesdays, June 5–26
6:30–9:30pm, Studio 16A, $195
No prerequisite. Some knowledge of photography helpful, but not necessary.

Maintaining an active archive of your work is increasingly important for online portfolios and applications. Photo documentation is often the only record of an exhibit or performance, which makes it important to do correctly. Over the course of four weeks, students will learn how to professionally document artwork for online portfolios, applications, and personal archives. Students will photograph both 2D and 3D artworks in a gallery and/or studio setting. They will learn best practices for photographing artwork accurately with an eye for even lighting, sharp focus, correct exposure, and accurate color representation using a color card. The class will conclude with retouching workflows in Photoshop and Lightroom for color correction, sharpening, compositing, batch processing, and exporting. We will cover basic file organization and back-up strategies for creating an archive that best represents students' work and practices. At the end of the class, students will have a skillset that they will utilize throughout their careers in the arts.

Sign up here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/summer-2018-pics-or-it-didnt-happen-documenting-your-work-registration-44004645078

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LA ZINE FEST
May
27
11:00 AM11:00

LA ZINE FEST

WHIZ WORLD will be at LA Zine Fest at the Pasadena Convention Center on May 27th. We will be at table A53. Come say hello, meet the Whizzes, and peruse our wares.

ALSO! On May 26th- We will be at the Sky Village Swap Meet at the High Desert Test Sites HQ discussing the Ten Tenets of Whizzing and selling Issues 1+2 and some new posters.
7028 Theater Road (just off Hwy 247, right behind Barr Lumber), Yucca Valley, CA 92286;

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Whiz World at Sediment Arts.
Apr
6
to Apr 29

Whiz World at Sediment Arts.

WHIZ WORLD is a publication founded by Queen Whiz, Furtips, and Ghost Whiz with the mission to highlight the lived experiences of women artists. The whizzes write from a speculative magical feminist perspective and invite others to adopt and write from a whiz persona that encapsulates their essential power. Based in the redwood biome of Northern California, WHIZ WORLD forms a network of readers and contributors to battle pervasive sexist oppression through the powerful mystique of the Whiz persona.

WHIZ WORLD 2 Publication  Release Party: Friday April 6th, 6:00pm-9:00pm

An Evening with the Whizzes: Saturday April 7th, 7:00pm-8:30pm


Join us for an evening with the Whizzes, who have traveled across the 37th parallel to debut Whiz World Issue 2 in Richmond. Saturday at 7pm join us for a reading of Whiz World by Furtips, Queen Whiz, and Ghost Whiz followed by a meditation specially prepared for Richmond, by Wind of Whizzes. Donations to support the whiz work are suggested at $6-$18. Please contribute what you can.

Coffee with the Whizzes: Sunday, April 8th, 10am-12pm
Come by the gallery Sunday morning for free coffee with Whiz World.

Open hours are Saturday and Sunday from 1pm-6pm or by appointment. Whiz World’s storefront feature runs through April 29th, 2018.

http://www.sedimentarts.org
instagram.com/whiz.world

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Grand Opening of ANNEX at M+B
Jan
27
7:00 PM19:00

Grand Opening of ANNEX at M+B

  • 612 North Almont Drive Los Angeles, CA, 90069 United States (map)
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M+B is pleased to announce the opening of ANNEX, a showroom dedicated to applied arts. The space is a joint effort between the gallery and Jay Ezra Nayssan, founder of Del Vaz Projects.

Participating artists include: Kelly Akashi, Derya Akay, Josef Albers, Ramsey Alderson, Alex Arzt, Spencer Ashby, Michael Assiff, Bjarne Bare, Andrew Berardini, Ross Caliendo, Fabien Cappello, Maurizio Cattelan & Myriam Ben Salah, Brice Chatenoud, Melisa Chhan, Courtney Coll, Alan Crocetii, Salvador Dali, Darner socks, Ludovic de Saint Sernin & Adam Iezzi, Cirilo Domine, Olivia Erlanger, Ethernet (Benjamin Boatright & Dylan Mira), Jamie Felton, Anna Fidler, James Flemons, AGF Hydra (Ana Gloria Flores), Niki Ford, Pedro Friedeberg, Lukas Geronimas, David Gilbert, Piero Golia, Sam Gordon, Grau01 (Timon & Melchior Grau), Mina Hammal, Greg Ito, Patrick Jackson, Hadrien Jacquelet, Elizabeth Jaeger, Lisa Jo, Dane Johnson, Charles Hollis Jones, Natalie Jones, Jenna Kaes, Tiziana La Melia, Cult Gaia, Cat Lauigan, Lazaros, Ann Leese, Glenn Lewis, Candice Lin, Daniel Long, Nevine Mahmoud, Marion Mailaender, Morgan Mandalay, Elana Mann, Etienne Marc, Ian Markell, Fabian Marti, Alex Miller, Simon Miller, Brittany Mojo, Carter Mull, Jill Mulleady, Dina No, Ben Wolf Noam, Alexandra Noel, Dominic Nurre, Riley O’Neil, Eugene Ong, OOIEE, Mona Palmer, Michael Parker, Morgan Peck, Alina Perkins, Cara Marie Piazza, Pablo Picasso, Oren Pinhassi, Rebecca Pinto, Matthew Porter, Cima Rahmankhah, Willy Reed, Mariah Robertson, Ry Rocklen, Scarlett Rose, Lucas Samaras, Max Hooper Schneider, Bailey Scieskza, Jesse Stecklow, Rodger Stevens, Sophie Stone, Studio 65, Naoki Sutter-Shudo, Sweetflag (Luren Jenison & Lydia Okrent), Kazuki Takizawa, Alexander Tieghi-Walker, Alison Veit, Torbjorn Vejvi, Megan Whitmarsh, Jessica Williams, Y/Project, Rosha Yaghmai, Phillip Zach, John Zappas and more.

For more information, please contact annex@mbart.com.

www.annex.la

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The East Cut 3rd Friday presents Home/Sick, curated by Beyond Beyond
Jan
19
to Feb 2

The East Cut 3rd Friday presents Home/Sick, curated by Beyond Beyond

  • 302 Folsom Street San Francisco, CA, 94105 United States (map)
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Home/Sick is an exhibition that explores the production of different dimensions of experience through recollection of the past and speculation about the future.

The show is curated by Bre Arder of Beyond Beyond and is presented in partnership with the East Cut Community Benefit District

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/third-fridays-homesick-art-opening-tickets-41881688257

 

 

 

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