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ARTIST + IMAGE

ARTIST + IMAGE is a lecture series designed to increase the visibility of artists using photography as a part of their contemporary art practice. Learn about historical and contemporary photographic techniques and meet local artists that have found their purpose and meaning. Lecture is FREE and open to public.

 
 

ANDREA CHUNG

ANA ANDRADE

JOSEMAR GONZALEZ LIZARRAGA

RACHEL SHIMPOCK

TIJUANA ZINE FEST

LECTURE 1: ANDREA CHUNG, Friday 2/8 at 1PM - SOUTHWESTERN COLLEGE

 
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LOCATION

Southwestern College

900 Otay Lakes Rd, Chula Vista, CA 91910

Building 570, Room 571

PARKING

Closest Lot to building is “I'“

Visitor Parking Permits are $3

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ANDREA CHUNG

Andrea Chung lives and works in San Diego, California. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Parsons School of Design, New York, and a Master of Fine Arts from Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore. Her recent biennale and museum exhibitions include Prospect 4, New Orleans and the Jamaican Biennale, Kingston, Jamaica, as well as the Chinese American Museum and California African American Museum in Los Angeles, and the San Diego Art Institute. In 2017, her first solo museum exhibition took place at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, You broke the ocean in half to be here. She has participated in national and international residencies including the Vermont Studio Center, McColl Center for Visual Arts, Headlands Center for the Arts, and Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Her work has been written about in the Artfile Magazine, New Orleans Times, Picayune, Artnet, Los Angeles Times, and International Review of African-American Art, as well as a number of academic essays looking at the subject of colonialism and slavery in the Caribbean.

www.andreachungart.com

 
 

ANA ANDRADE, FRIDAY MARCH 15 AT 12PM - UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN DIEGO

 
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EXHIBITION

66 hours

in collaboration with Yátzil Ikal Uc

A videomicrography installation about birth. 

LOCATION

Room 306 Performance Space at Visual Arts Facility MAP

252 Russell Ln, La Jolla, CA 92093

PARKING

Gilman Parking Structure

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Ana Andrade (1987) is a binational visual. During the past 10 years she has been showing the human culture using photography, filmmaking.  She is currently capturing fragments from an invisible dimension using a microscope as tool for documentation of life and environment.

 

JOSEMAR GONZALEZ LIZARRAGA, APRIL 5 AT 11AM - SOUTHWESTERN COLLEGE

 
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LOCATION

Southwestern College

900 Otay Lakes Rd, Chula Vista, CA 91910

Building 570, Room 571

PARKING

Closest Lot to building is “I'“

Visitor Parking Permits are $3

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Josemar Gonzalez Lizarraga is an artist and community organizer with extensive experience in both the Tijuana, Mexico and San Diego, California Transborder communities. He currently works with various independent artistic organizations on both sides of the border to help educate and enrich using the arts as a means of communication. The majority of his work deals with documentation, storytelling, and deconstruction of human experiences. Trained in the media arts, he uses them as tools to engage audiences and help bring experiences and stories to a wider audience.

He is a member of COYOTE, an artist collaborative in Tijuana, and collaborator of the TJinCHINA project. He is director of PASE music a bi national music production company, and in 2014, he co-founded a bi-national music and arts festival in Tijuana that brings together artist communities from both sides of the Mexico-US border. He is currently the Creative Director with The AjA Project a City-Heights based non-profit that works with historically marginalized communities in San Diego and co-founder of Borderclick, a project that workshops with Transborder communities creating a digital living archive of Transborder lifestyles funded by the California Arts Council and California Humanities. He has shown work in Mexico, the United States, Japan, and Germany.

 

RACHEL SHIMPOCK, APRIL 26 AT 9AM - SOUTHWESTERN COLLEGE

 
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LOCATION

Southwestern College

900 Otay Lakes Rd, Chula Vista, CA 91910

Building 570, Room 571

PARKING

Closest Lot to building is “I'“

Visitor Parking Permits are $3

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Rachel Kassia Shimpock is a California native raised in Orange County, Ca. by two high school teacher parents.  At age 11 she got separated from her parents in historical Williamsburg and wandered into a smithy where a blacksmith let her hit steel with a tiny sledge hammer, she’s been smitten ever since! She recently received her MFA in the Jewelry/Metalsmithing program at San Diego State University with Professors Helen Shirk and Sondra Sherman. Metal and the format of jewelry in particular speaks to her and for the last 12 years has allowed her to communicate personal stories and there are many! Rachel is carrying on the legacy of her family and her trade by teaching workshops and art classes utilizing any opportunity to spread the gospel of metals and jewelry!


PARTNERSHIPS

 
 
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