Fall 14 Final

Fall 14 Final

Banner for Art110, Fall 2014

Laurie Gatlin, Art Education
Kendall Brown, Art History & Museum Studies
Tony Marsh, Ceramics
Tom Krumpak, Drawing & Painting
Carol Shaw-Sutton, Fiber Arts
Tor Hovind, Graphic Design
Robin Richesson, Illustration & Animation
Susanna Ali, Metals & Jewelry
Kyle Riedel, Photography
Kimiko Miyoshi, Printmaking
Bryan Crockett, Sculpture / 4D
Ryan Taber, Wood

Dear School of Art Program Heads,

The Fall ’14 final for Art110 will be Thursday, December 11, 10:15 – 12:15. By then my 150 or so students will have made 15 trips to the School of Art Galleries and seen the work of many of your students. The one thing they won’t have seen is where the work gets made.

I’d like to have a “School of Art Scavenger Hunt” for our final on Dec 11. At the start students will form teams and receive Cards & Maps. Then they’ll pay short visits to program areas where they could take a peek, or have a chat, or take a mini-tour, and receive a signature, stamp, hole punch, embossing, carving, burn, painting, fiber loop, contact print, ceramic shard, mini-illustration, splinter, etc, in one of the squares of their card.

After visiting about 10 program areas they’ll have collected enough points to ace their final.

If your program is able to participate, there is no specific requirement. You could have a faculty member, grad student, or undergrad greet the visitors and tour or chat or sign-off as you like. It should be as easy and unobtrusive as possible for you. I hope it can also be a nice capstone on the 4 months Art110 students will have spent looking at and considering the richly diverse works from the students in the many SOA Programs.

Please let me know if you have any questions or suggestions and if your program will be able to participate on December 11.

Thank you and have an insightful & productive Fall semester.

Best Regards,


Long Beach State University, School of Art, Max Gatov Galleries East & West, featuring a large, encyclopedic installation of fiber art practice by Heather Anacker & Krista Feld
Installation by Heather Anacker & Krista Feld, Spring 2014

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