Monday, April 6, 2009

12: An Art Show Opening On Friday

The design on this postcard was done by Jayson Cheung, using art elements by everyone else involved in the show. Pretty nice, huh?

Well, I've got another art show coming up. This one's being organized by my Art Marketing and Portfolio Management class. The class is loaded with good artists -- check out the website for a taste of what's on display. Here's some more information, from the official press release.


Attention, art enthusiasts! An eclectic group of artists based at Berkeley City College is pleased to present 12, a gallery show featuring a wide variety of both traditional and digital media, including video.

Participating artists include Ricardo Ayala, Sean Craven, Jayson Cheung, Kristin Doner, Bowie Johnson, Madeline Ibrahim, Yuko Leong, Danny Neece, Jon Stich, Nicole Thayer, Tonya Truso, and John Wong.

12 will run from April 7 to April 28 in the Raw Space Gallery on the third floor of Berkeley City College, 2050 Center Street.

The reception will be Friday, April 10, 5:00 to 7:00 PM.

So if you're in the Bay Area, show up already! The artists will be attending, there's going to be food -- and while the art looks nice on the website, you haven't seen anything until you've seen the works live.

I'll see you there.


robp said...

Hm, since I drive past this area on my way home from work, I guess I'll get to check this one out. Although being sociable on a Friday night - I guess I could withdraw into a corner and peer out from time to time.



Glendon Mellow said...

There's something special about seeing your artwork reproduced on an invite like that.

Save it. Savour it.

(My word verification happens to be "parti"!)

Allison Landa said...

Sounds great, dude! I would love to come and so would Adam. We might be on the later side as we'll be up in Petaluma visiting with a friend earlier, but we'll be there! Thanks for the invite!

Sean Craven said...

Thank you very kindly. Glendon, if nothing else I've got a stack of postcards...

Tell you the truth, I spotted the poster for the Gualala show at school yesterday and had to resist the impulse to grab passersby by the arm and point at it. "Look! That's my name! Really!"

Rob, Allison, I hope you can make it. Hey -- free food!