Spring ’16 Roster

Spring ’16 Roster

Blue Banner with "Spring '16" in yellow letters

Once you make your WordPress.com website, leave Your Name and Your URL as a comment on this page. I’ll add you to the roster. After that, you don’t have to “turn in” your 3 weekly blog posts, you just post them and I’ll go find them each week.

  1. Aaron Dela Rosa
  2. Aaron Satterfield
  3. Aaron Valenzuela
  4. Adilene Leon
  5. Alanna Godinez
  6. Alexander Lucero
  7. Alfonso Madrigal
  8. Alyssa Castro
  9. Amber Bolden
  10. Andrew Andrade
  11. Andrew Hana
  12. Annie Ronning
  13. Anthony Estalilla
  14. Anthony Sanchez
  15. Ashley Batres
  16. Bez Middleton
  17. Bianca Dominguez
  18. Brandon Nhem
  19. Brianna “Breezy” Hastie
  20. Carlos Cucufate
  21. Carlos Marvin Madrigal
  22. Carlos Nava
  23. Cassandra Topete
  24. Catherine Chin
  25. Charles Watson
  26. Cheryl Peng
  27. Christian Aguirre
  28. Christine Kim
  29. Christopher Chadwick
  30. Christopher “Morgan” Moore
  31. Christopher Williams
  32. Ciprian Robielos
  33. Colleen Siongco
  34. Crysta Tim
  35. Cynthia L. Esquivias
  36. Daniel J. Bursch
  37. Daniella Galindo
  38. Danielle Garcia
  39. David Brown
  40. Destiny Farihi
  41. Devon Carus
  42. Dominique Gomez
  43. Dorothyrose McMahon
  44. Eduardo (Eddie) Castillo
  45. Elidia Ramirez
  46. Eli Yee
  47. Elizabeth Moledo
  48. Enrique Plascencia
  49. Enrique Vega
  50. Erick Diaz
  51. Florenz Baltazar
  52. FNU Ooi Jing Huan
  53. Francesca Butler
  54. Francisco Miranda
  55. Gabriela Hernandez
  56. Gina Householder
  57. Glenda Castillo
  58. Greg Plantenga
  59. Haley Anderson
  60. Hannah Mandias
  61. Helen Lee
  62. Hilario Saucedo
  63. Hunter Mervosh
  64. Jamie Filosa
  65. Jayson Fields
  66. Jazlyn Tabar
  67. Jennifer Garcia
  68. Jennifer Lee
  69. Jerry Pleitez
  70. Jessica Addonizio
  71. Jesus Viramontes
  72. Jhonatan Ramos
  73. John Stouras
  74. Jonathan Behzadian
  75. Joshua Hyun
  76. Julio Garcia
  77. Justin Marquez
  78. Katherine Pantoja
  79. Katherine Shinno
  80. Kimberly Gutierrez
  81. Kordell Tan
  82. Kyle Shishido
  83. Kyu Lee
  84. Lainie Le
  85. Leah Perez
  86. Leon A Phung
  87. Leslie Echiveste
  88. Lorena Rubalcava
  89. Madison Braverman
  90. Maison Chiu
  91. Margarita Reyna
  92. Maria Barreda
  93. Marlon Fernandes
  94. Martin Diaz
  95. Marylin Try
  96. Megan Stevens
  97. Meng Chu
  98. Mia Miller
  99. Molly Poyer
  100. Nancy Tran
  101. Natalie Guevara
  102. Ngozi Ekwedike
  103. Nicole Chovit
  104. Oscar Alvarez
  105. Patrick Dong
  106. Peter Bay
  107. Ramtin Yousefi
  108. RaVen Montgomery
  109. Rebekah Johnson
  110. Regan Kate Cameron
  111. Rejina Hernandez
  112. Reuben Dyce
  113. Rosa Velazquez
  114. Sam Tan
  115. Shannon McGuinness
  116. Shayenne Prasad
  117. Symone Pallett
  118. Tareena Woods
  119. Tiffany Tran
  120. Tiffany Van Gilder
  121. Tyler Kedis
  122. Valentina Ramirez
  123. Valerie Laslo
  124. Vanessa Betancourt
  125. William Luna
  126. Xiomara Brenes

Have a great semester everyone!


Velen Garcia & Jennifer Rodriguez
Velen Garcia & Jennifer Rodriguez


  1. Mia Miller

    Stelarc was very experimental and done things no one had really done before. He shows things that you don’t want to look at but can’t look away.
    Francesca Woodman was very open, she showed us what she thinks of the world and her self because her pictures are a reflection of herself.

    Mia Miller
    Zak Minert
    Christopher Moore
    Francisco Miranda
    Carlos Nava
    Raven Montgomery

  2. Thanks Megan, Cynthia, Anthony, Jamie, Alfonso, RaVen, Aaron & Hilario!
    You’re all on the roster – good job!
    Have you guys thought about what you’re going to do for the Landscapes with a Corpse Art Experience yet?

    Awesome Aaron – that’s from your AP Art Class? Very cool! 🙂
    Is it photography + Photoshop? Or?

    See you all in the morning!
    LMK if you have any questions.
    Have a great semester!

      1. Great Aaron!

        I wonder if we could do a project like yours?
        There are a few machines on campus with Photoshop, but most of the computer lab machines don’t have it… we could use the Free & Open PS alternative GIMP, but that might be too much to expect everyone to set it up. Maybe some sort of free photo manipulation website… ?

  3. Thanks Colleen, Aaron & Sam!
    You’re on the roster!
    From now on you just post pieces to your site (by 11:59pm on Sunday) and I’ll go find them. This is the last think you have to “turn in” this semester! Well, you have to turn in a card at the final… but we’ll get to that in a few months!

    Which of the Art Experiences sounded the most interesting to you?

  4. Awesome Vanessa, Ashley, Katherine, Joshua, Gina & Devon – you’re on the roster!
    Can’t wait to see what you guys come up with for the “Morbid Selfie” project!

    Shout if you have any questions about anything, and have a great weekend!!

  5. Group 2:
    Annie Ronning
    Alyssa Castro
    Amber Bolden
    Andrew Andrade
    Anthony Estalilla
    Alfonso Madrigal

    After discussion, our interpretation of the artist Mona Hatoum is that some of her pieces resemble the human body in the way that there are bursts of the color red throughout her work. Many of her sculptures had a dark outside and a bright red focus, this could represent the human body because of the bold color of blood. We also discussed that many of her pieces are kitchen utensils, which could represent the concept of stereotypical gender roles of women.

    The artist Anish Kapoor had many sculptures that had reflection as its focus. We believe that his sculptures have the purpose of manipulating the way one’s reflection can be bent, changed, distorted, and interpreted.

    Both sculptures were very interesting to look at and they were enjoyable to discuss.

Comments? Questions? What great art did you see, make, or experience today?

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