Monday, January 16, 2017

Juniors and Seniors Opportunity, Apply!!

Those who say the world can’t be changed probably never tried
Student Leaders® recognizes those who lead and serve in their own communities and beyond. Bank of America will connect Student Leaders to tools and resources that will help them make communities better.
As a Student Leader, you will:
Work as a paid intern at a local nonprofit
for eight weeks
Attend the week-long Student Leaders
Summit in Washington, D.C.
Develop leadership and career skills
Connect with like-minded students from your own community and across the country


Juniors and Seniors:
Apply fromOctober 31, 2016, to
January 27, 2017

Saturday, November 19, 2016

YOUR WEEKLY SKETCHBOOK ASSIGNMENTS

LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD!

THINK about the weekly sketchbook prompt. (this week, we ask for a visual representation of your reaction to a viral video of a teacher calling her students idiots, among racist slurs.)

Make time to complete a weekly "SKETCHi.e.. a collage, photo, poem, drawing, performance, painting....

UPLOAD your weekly assignment to the club GOOGLE DRIVE through the club email address,  dccacac@gmail.com, password protected.

LABEL it with the date 

Keep all images in an Folder titled SCHOOL_FIRST_LAST NAME

This Folder or "portfolio" of your work is required to be a creative arts club member.

 

 Published on Jun 22, 2015 Artist Barbara Kruger, the 2014/15 Getty Artists Program invitee, is internationally renowned for her large-scale and immersive image, text, and video installations that address provocative social, cultural, and political issues. For her project Whose Values?, Kruger joined forces with LAUSD Title I High Schools, engaging with 400 students as an artist-in-residence at Grover Cleveland and Chatsworth Charter High Schools. Working closely with students, teachers, and Getty staff, Kruger engaged in an extensive series of classroom discussions and activities supporting critical thinking as well as collaborative art and writing projects to investigate core curricular themes of social justice, identity, race, gender, and advocacy. The installation at the Getty Center culminates this project and highlights the students’ collaborative and creative visualization of Kruger’s guiding and thought-provoking questions: Whose Values? Whose Justice? Whose Fears? Whose Hopes? Go to http://www.getty.edu/whosevalues to learn more about the Whose Values? project and the Getty Artists Program. Subscribe NOW to the Getty Museum channel: http://bit.ly/gettymuseumyoutube Love art? Follow us on Google+ to stay in touch: http://bit.ly/gettygoogleplus

Artist of Inspirarion: Kara Walker

Episode #207: In this episode of ART21 "Exclusive," Kara Walker reflects on her early success and offers advice to the next generation of artists. Walker received widespread attention after being included in a group exhibition at The Drawing Center in New York City in 1994, not long after graduating from the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, Rhode Island. Walker remained in Providence until she “felt ready” to make the move to New York. However, “When I came to the City,” she says, “I felt like my newly forming ego and sense of self was just torn to shreds.” Now a professor in Columbia University’s MFA program, Walker sees the many challenges that young artists face today and encourages them to take responsibility for changing negative conditions in the art world. Walker is shown in New York City installing cut paper silhouettes and framed paintings at Sikkema Jenkins & Co. in 2013 and visiting the gallery’s booth at the 2014 Frieze Art Fair, where she is accompanied by her mother. 

Kara Walker explores the raw intersection of race, gender, and sexuality in her work, crafting vivid psychological narratives from a contemporary perspective on historical conditions. Over the past two decades, Walker has unleashed the traditionally Victorian medium of the silhouette onto the walls of the gallery, creating immersive installations that envelop the viewer. Walker's multi-media work—which includes drawing, watercolor, video, and sculpture—often reconsider grotesque caricatures, probing their persistence in popular culture and reclaiming their subjugating power to alternative ends. 

Learn more about the artist at:
http://www.art21.org/artists/kara-walker

CREDITS: Producer: Ian Forster. Consulting Producer: Wesley Miller & Nick Ravich. Interviewer: Ian Forster. Camera: Ian Forster, Nick Ravich, Rafael Salazar & Ava Wiland. Sound: Ava Wiland. Editor: Morgan Riles. Artwork Courtesy: Kara Walker & Sikkema Jenkins & Co. Additional Photography Courtesy: Andrea Guermani & Kara Walker. Special Thanks: Scott Briscoe, Cindy Daignault & Frieze Art Fair. Theme Music: Peter Foley.

ART21 "Exclusive" is supported, in part, by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council; 21c Museum Hotel, and by individual contributors.


Also visit:  https://www.artsy.net/artist/kara-walker

Artist of Inspiration: Trenton Doyle Hancock

Trenton Doyle Hancock: Trenton Doyle Hancock was born in 1974 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Raised in Paris, Texas, Hancock e...

Friday, November 18, 2016

CAC is Headed to the Philadelphia Museum of Art December 8, 2016




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Now Through January 8, 2017
From the start of the Mexican Revolution to the aftermath of World War II, artists and intellectuals in Mexico were at the center of a great debate about their country’s destiny. The exhibition tells the story of this exhilarating period through a remarkable range of images, from masterpieces by Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco, David Alfaro Siqueiros, Frida Kahlo, and Rufino Tamayo to transfixing works by their contemporaries Dr. Atl, María Izquierdo, Roberto Montenegro, Carlos Mérida, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, and many others.