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2014-2015 ART

SCHOLARSHIPS

APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED

TO

FRIDAY APRIL 11th!

TO APPLY:

1.  Apply Online at http://sbcc.edu/financialaid/scholarships_sbcc.php by Friday April 11th 

2. Sign up for a Portfolio Review Space Assignment Appointment with Alexis (Sign up Sheets posted April 1st outside of H-272, Appointments held April 9, 10, 14)

3. Complete an Application for Department Awards

4.  Submit a portfolio of 5 pieces to The Art Department on Friday April 18th

For Details:

http://www.sbcc.edu/art/artscholarships.php


 

Please join us for Academy of Art University's Open House event!

Date: Sunday, March 30, 2014

Time: 10AM – 5PM (Ongoing)

LocationJW Marriott, L.A. Live

900 West Olympic Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90015

What: Let the Possibilities Inspire Your Imagination at this Exclusive Event:

  • Receive Information About Admissions, Campus Life & More
  • Enroll in Pre-College Art Experience Programs for High School Students
  • Complete Your Application & Registration
  • Engage in Financial Aid Workshops

Admission is FREE!

Register now here:

http://www.academyart.edu/los-angeles-open-house.jsp

Please share this information with your family and let me know if you have any questions, I’m here to assist!

Kindest regards,

Bridget

Bridget Pizzo

Outreach Representative

Academy of Art University

79 New Montgomery St | San Francisco, CA 94105

800-544-2787 x 8313

P: 415-618-8313

www.academyart.edu

 

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WEDNESDAY MARCH 19th 2014

4-D

  Installation/Performance Great Meadow

(across from the library) 2-3 PM

&

Installation on view

in EC 40, 2 to 3 PM

Time Based Installation March 2014

EXPLORE YOUR TRANSFER OPTIONS:
 SAIC logo
WEDNESDAY MARCH 19th
3:00 PM, Room H-221
 
SAIC is recognized by Columbia University’s
National Arts Journalism survey as
“the most influential art college in the United States”
and ranked among the top three graduate fine arts
programs in the nation by U.S. News and World Report.
  
Undergraduate Programs Offered by SAIC:
 
Bachelor of Arts in:
Art History
Visual & Critical Studies
Bachelor of Fine Arts with an Emphasis in:
Art Education
Art History, Theory and Criticism
Bachelor of Interior Architecture
Consecutive Degree Option BFA and BA in Visual & Critical Studies
For more info:  
http://www.saic.edu/index.html


SBCC Art Department Field Trip

to Los Angeles to visit the

Getty Center

Pollock

Saturday April 19, 2014

Cost: $27.00 per person

Sign-up at the SBCC Cashier in the Student Services Building

Payment in full required to hold a space. No Refunds.

Transportation only, there is no admission charge to the museum

 

In addition to the permanent collection,

exhibitions on view will include:

Jackson Pollock MURAL

In Focus: Ansel Adams

Hatched! Creating Form and Line

 

Schedule:

9:00 AM–Depart SBCC West Campus

11:00 AM–Arrive at the Getty Center, Westwood

3:00 PM–Depart the Getty Center

Return to SBCC approximately 5:00 PM



ARTIST LECTURE:

Rafael Perea de la Cabada

Local artist, and SBCC Art Department Adjunct Faculty Member

black and white Perea portrait

DATE: Thursday, March 13, 2014

 

TIME: 5:30 - 7 pm

 

LOCATION: Museum of Contemporary Art, Santa Barbara

 

Rafael Perea de la Cabada works primarily as a visual artist who uses a variety of mediums and processes to interact with planes and spaces where the acts of thinking and making merge seamlessly. His concepts stem from political discomfort, current events, playful thinking, humor, and gratitude, which result in what he calls “hybrid responses and artistic resolutions.” Cabada has exhibited internationally, including most recently Kunst (Art) and Film: Up to Date Art Exhibition; International Contemporary Art: RAFAEL PEREA DE LA CABADA, Liedberg, Germany; and Alien Heartland at the Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA. He is currently creating a new body of work for a solo exhibition at the National Museum of Animals & Society, Los Angeles, CA.


Rafael Perea de la Cabada received his MFA at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He was born in Mexico City, Mexico and currently lives and works in Santa Barbara, CA.

The smART Talks program serves to increase awareness of local artists through a series of three annual lectures by Santa Barbara-based artists. The series, begun in 1996, was created in honor of Helen Rosenberg, mother of Susan Rose, and grandmother of Julie Weiner, and honors artists who live and work in the Santa Barbara area.

MCASB is located at 653 Paseo Nuevo Santa Barbara, CA 93101

For further details please contact MCASB directly by phone: 966-5373 or visit their website: http://www.mcasantabarbara.org/http://www.mcasantabarbara.org/

Click here for map and directions to MCASB 

 




FIELD TRIP CANCELLED:

LOS ANGELES ART FIELD TRIP
 
Friday, February 28, 9am-6pm
 
PLEASE BE WATCH FOR DETAILS ON AN ALTERNATE TRIP TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON!

 


 

As of January, 2014 the Art Department has moved home to the newly renovated Humanities Building! 

While the final touches are being put on the renovation of the Ceramics and Sculpture studios, they are temporarily located beneath the bridge on Loma Alta Drive in ECC 41-42. 

 


Past News and Events

 

Fall 2013 

Art Dept Logo

Schedule of Visiting Art College

Admissions Representatives

 

EXPLORE YOUR TRANSFER OPTIONS:

 

 

SFAI logo

San Francisco Art Institute

WEDNESDAY, November 6th

3:30 PM

ECC-41

 


SBCC Fall 2013 Transfer Day:

WEDNESDAY, November 6th

10:00 am-1:00 pm 

SBCC West Campus

 

For additional visiting university representatives

please view the Transfer Center's

Fall 2013 Visiting University Admissions Representatives Schedule

 

 

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