ATC Week

The following photography graduate students are displaying work for their Advancement to Candidacy:  Brittney Cathey-Adams, Eliana Cetto, Tamara Danoyan, Kristen Jones, Mark Pinto, and Aimee Santos. Please come out and support your fellow students.

Dates: April 8th – 11th, 2013
Reception: 6 pm, Tuesday, April 9th, 2013
Location: All SJSU Galleries

Residues of Time


Residues of Time

Works featuring the followling artists:  Nin Filip, Chrysta Giffen, Jay Ruland, Thomas Sanders, and John Stewart

Date: April 4th – 6th, 2013
Reception: 7:00 pm –10:00 p.m., April 5th, Friday
LocationWorks Gallery, San Jose, CA
Gallery HoursThursday:  Noon to 4pm; Friday:  Noon to 6pm; Saturday:  Noon to 4pm

More information can be found at either of these links:  Facebook Event & Works Gallery

Pecha Kucha Night

“As their studies at San Jose State University are coming to an end, the Master of Fine Arts (MFA) graduates will host an official Pecha Kucha Night in downtown San Jose to introduce themselves and their work to the greater community.
Representing 4 distinct disciplines (pictorial, spatial, photography and digital media) as well as interesting interdisciplinary approaches, the evening will give the audience a glimpse into the technical and visual research each artist diligently pursued over the last 3 years.
The variety of backgrounds and nationalities of the individual speakers will equally unveil their unique view on contemporary culture, as translated in their visual work.
In addition, this presentation will announce the beginning of their collaboration with independent curator Christian L. Frock for their culminating MFA exhibition set to open in May 2013 at the Art Ark Gallery in San Jose.
(Pecha Kucha Night devised and shared by Klein Dytham Architecture, copyright 2013. All Rights Reserved.)”

Dates: February 27th, 2013
Event Time: 6:30 pm, Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Location: Cafe Stritch, 374 S. First St., San Jose, CA
Event Website:  PechaKucha 20×20
Facebook Event Page:  PechaKucha Event

Press: SJSU Today, Bay Area Art Grind