Photo Alchemy at Pajaro Valley Arts

Join Carmina Eliason, Lisa Teng, Kathleen McDonald, and alumni Brittney Cathey-Adams, Eliana Cetto, and German Buenrosto Estrada for the opening of the Photo Alchemy Exhibition in Watsonville, curated by alum Hedwig Heerschop.unnamed

MUSEUM OF THE WEST INDIES – INVASIVE / NATIVE

The Museum of the West Indies will be visiting San Jose State University. The first of two exhibitions will be next week in the Art Building Black Gallery. The exhibition is called “INVASIVE / NATIVE – West Indian Botanica” and will feature alternative process photograms of plants from the West Indies. The exhibition is curated by Kathleen McDonald, a graduate student in the MFA program at San Jose State University.MOWI flower postcard back

Photo Field Trip Spring 2014!

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Come join us for our biannual Photography Field Trip!
Saturday, April 19th, 2014
12 Noon – Meet in front of Rayko at 428 3rd St, San Francisco
Next we’ll walk to 49 Geary and 77 Geary, and SF Camerawork
We’ll wrap up the day by sharing a meal.
Open to suggestions too!
Here are links to some of the specific galleries we will be visiting:
  
Rayko Photo Center – http://raykophotocenter.com/ events for the day we’re visiting:
 
49 Geary:
Fraenkel Gallery
Haines Gallery
Modernbook Gallery
Robert Koch Gallery
Stephen Wirtz Gallery
 
77 Geary: TBD
 
San Francisco Camerawork:

MFA Graduate Student Shows Work at Pentagon

Mark Pinto, a former Marine and current third-year graduate student in photography in SJSU’s Art and Art History Department, was recently selected in a nation-wide juried show from amongst military veteran artists. His work is featured in the first Veteran’s Art Show at the Pentagon in Washington D.C. The exhibit opened on November 11, 2013, Veterans Day, and will run for a year—visible to the thousands of Pentagon employees as well as the public on the Pentagon tour. Pinto’s digital photograph titled “Homeless Joe” is part of a ten-picture series depicting the difficulties of veterans as they are reintegrated into society. Each photo uses the G.I. Joe action figures as a way of disarming the viewer and bringing them closer to the work. Visit Pinto’s website to learn more.

http://blogs.sjsu.edu/humanities-arts/2014/01/30/sjsu-mfa-student-takes-the-pentagon-by-art/