PHOTO CONTEST Announcement!

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35th ANNUAL COLLEGE
and HIGH SCHOOL
PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST
sponsored by NIKON

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* Winners will be inducted into Nikon’s Emerging Photographers Hall of Fame
* All Winners, Honorable Mentions and Finalists published in the book
Best of College & High School Photography 2015

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EARLY Entry Deadline:
October 14, 2014
($4.95 per photo)

FINAL Entry Deadline:
November 18, 2014
($5.95 per photo)

WE need lab monitors for VA 287!

WE need lab monitors for VA 287!

Are you Graduating this Semester?

1) You must apply for Fall 2014 graduation by Sept 9th.
2) Then pay your $115 graduation fee.
3) Lastly you must meet with Julie for a Grad Check by Oct 3rd!!!!!

Make an appointment with Julie on one of the following Tuesdays between 9am - 12pm

Tuesday, Sept 9

Tuesday, Sept 16

Tuesday, Sept 23

Tuesday, Sept 30

(You have to pay your fee before meeting for your Grad Check)

Don’t wait till the last minute!!!!!!!

jorser@fullerton.edu
Julie

GRAND CENTRAL ART CENTER
A Unit of California State University, Fullerton
College of the Arts
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Please join us SEPTEMBER 6 from 6-10pm for…

FIRST SATURDAY OPENING RECEPTION / ARTIST TALK


6PM – ARTIST TALK

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Alison O’Daniel
FREE
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Artist Alison O’Daniel shares insight into her work in the current GCAC exhibition LOUD silence.

7-10PM – OPENING RECEPTION

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LOUD silence
Curated by Amanda Cachia
September 6 – December 6, 2014
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LOUD silence offers the opportunity for viewers to consider definitions of sound, voice, and notions of silence through a deaf perspective. The exhibition displays prints, drawings, sculptures, videos, audio works and several film installations, and features work by four artists who have different relationships to deafness, including Shary Boyle, Darrin Martin, Alison O’Daniel and Christine Sun Kim.

These four artists explore how the binary of loudness and silence might be transformed in politicized ways through deafness. The stereotypical view of the deaf experience is that they live a life of total silence, where they retain little to no concept of sound. But on the contrary, deaf people actually know a lot about sound, and sound informs and inhabits their world just as much as the next person.(1) Through these artworks, the artists aim to loudly explode the myth of a silent deaf world, and they seek to trouble just how ‘inaudible’ sound really is through their own visceral experiences of it. They mobilize a type of trespass within the territory of sound, re-imagining the agentive capacity of those not normally ‘permitted’ equal access to it.

1. Carol Padden and Tom Humphries, “The Meaning of Sound” in Deaf in America: Voices from a Culture (Cambridge, MA and London, England: Harvard University Press, 1988), 91.

7-10PM – CONTINUING EXHIBITION

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SUSAN ROBB: WILD TIMES
Through October 12
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Artist Susan Robb’s Wild Times merges new media, social engagement, and a 2,650-mile hike as an invitation to explore wildness as a geographic ideal and a state of mind.

Beginning in mid-April 2014, Robb embarked on her 5-month adventure from Mexico to Canada on the Pacific Crest Trail. Using the trail as a nomadic studio and her experiences as inspiration and medium, she is create digital works—photos, videos, and 3D files—periodically sending them to Grand Central Art Center and a series of additional West Coast art venues. There they are printed, projected, and installed, evolving into a cumulative exhibitions, a meditation on what it means to be wild today.

Welcome Back to School!

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FW: Instagram Open Call “LA Commuter Art”

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Instagram Open Call “LA COMMUTER ART”

Daily commuters in Los Angeles, how are we independent within a public setting?

Help us build a collaborative street diary of Los Angeles.

We are doing an Instagram OPEN CALL for short clips illustrating independence and its relationship to commuting in public spaces. To participate, follow us on Instagram @lafreewaves and hashtag your videos

Eligible clips will have a chance to be featured on LA METRO buses via Transit TV, reaching over 1 million daily commuters.


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Freewaves is dedicated to the creative exhibition of innovative and culturally relevant independent new media from around the world. Freewaves facilitates cross-cultural dialogues by inventing dynamic new media exhibition forms at experimental and established venues.

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HOW DO I APPLY?
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