Presentation on theme: "Welcome to. THE TOPIC last year it was about WHO are you?"— Presentation transcript:
last year it was about WHO are you?
this year it is about WHERE are you?
Living in Southern California!
8 Reasons Why Art in LA Is the Way it is
8. Sun David Hockney
7. Surf-Skate-Street Shepard Fairey
6. Sprawl Ed Rusche
5. Schools April Greiman
4. Settlers SPARC Murals
3. Space Craig Kauffman
2. Simon Simon Rodia
1. Stars Will Connell
So, respond to Life in Los Angeles (metro-area)
Dr. Eileen Wallis Eileen V. Wallis was born and raised in Los Angeles. She received her MA from Cal State Sacramento and her PhD from the University of Utah. She is the author of "Earning Power: Women and Work in Los Angeles, " She current teaches in Cal Poly Pomona's History Department where she offers classes on the history of Los Angeles, California, the American west, and U.S. Women's History.
California Myth-reality-myth Dr. Eileen V. Wallis, History Department
Robert Ord’s survey of the pueblo of Los Angeles, 1849.
Huntington Beach, 1940
“Migrant Mother,” [Florence Owens Thompson] Nipomo, CA, Imperial Valley—People in Camps, 1935.
Disneyland as it appeared in 1955.
Disneyland in 1970.
And now a word from ASA about the POTLUCK and PRIZES!
1. If you have a studio class this quarter, you are required to participate
2. If you are an art major, not in a studio class you CAN participate
3. If you know of someone who is NOT able to make it to either the kick off meeting, please alert them of the project
4. If you are not able to be here for the hanging due to work or an internship, you must find someone who is willing to check your work in and hang your work for you
5. Your work can be in any media you wish – including motion and video
6. Your work can be any size you wish – however it must be mounted or presented in a professional manner
7. Your work must be ORIGINAL – from scratch. You can not use prior projects
8. You must check in with your completed work on Wednesday, January 26 from 1pm to 4pm
9. Work can not be checked in after that time so do not be late
10. Work is to be hung in designated areas of Building 13 with a REMOVABLE adhesive. (in other words do not mar the walls) And do not disturb the white tiles in the ceiling if you are hanging things
11. Video, Motion Graphic and Website work will be displayed in Room 1235
12. Work can NOT be hung in the elevator vestibule on the ground floor
13. Work can not be hung on the glass doors in and out of this building
14. You will be given 2 stickers with a number to identify your work- One sticker should go on the back of your work One sticker should be stuck on the wall close to your work
15. All work MUST be taken down at 7pm, January 26th
16. HOLD ON TO YOUR WORK! Faculty will be selecting works for a BEST of SHOW for next Spring. Artists that are selected will be notified to submit their for this show So make sure you maintain your work and do not destroy it If it is a time sensitive piece, please document it fully.
17. You will be given 1 ballot to vote for 1 piece during the judging times 4pm – 7pm
18. If your work is being submitted by someone else, your ballot will NOT be given to them but held should you show up late If you do not come at all, you can not vote
19. All ballots must be turned in by 7pm – no late ballots will be counted
20. Have a good time and be expressive And enjoy this experiment