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10/25/14 NYC Gallery Visits

On Saturday 10/25/14 we will be meeting in NYC at 11:30 AM on 7th Ave in front of the TAXI area right outside of Penn Station.

As a group we will walk down to the Chelsea area to explore a few of the current exhibitions in the area. Most of the galleries that we will be visiting are located between west 21st & west 26th street (cross streets of 9th & 11th ave.)

Is there a specific show that you would like to see? Add it to the comments sections below.

Please make travel arrangements in advance. LIRR trains have track work from time to time, please take note in advance.

We will begin walking at downtown at exactly 11:30 AM.

 

 

Class info for Tuesday 12/3/13 @ 5 PM

Class Reminder for Tuesday 12/3/13 @ 5 PM

1. Thesis and Research paper Drafts are due! Please e-mail me a copy or bring a hard copy to our class.

2. We will be having a Guest Artist Presentation & Critique that will begin @ 5 PM. It is not mandatory to bring a piece of your current work, but it you wish to engage in a dialog with our guest artist about your work, please bring one piece to discuss.

3. A sign up sheet will be passed around for individual student presentations beginning on 12/10 & ending on 12/17. Each student will give an image supported 5-7 minute talk about their thesis / research paper work. Q&A will follow.

See you soon.

Factors of the Imagination: Extra Credit Reaction

Factors of the Imagination :: By Ryan Seslow

I feel that the creative imagination first asserts itself inwardly. It is through the

process of projecting of mental images, mental pictures, feelings, sensations and

emotions. I also believe that this energy exists not only for its creator, but for all.

Imaginative creation is induced and expanded inwardly as something

big or small, but no matter, we must understand that its birth is

organic and non physical. The manifestation process of an intended

experience created in the imagination requires the physical injunction

of an action. Human beings must facilitate this action. ( it can be as

simple as “ doing something”, answering your phone, taking a walk,

painting a stroke, sending an e-mail, writing a note to yourself,

dancing, and so on.

Where do you stand on this?

Can you elaborate on your own experiences?

This reaction will help you get 5 points of extra credit towards your final grade.

GO HERE –  http://wp.me/P3Px2D-10  to respond!

Statement / Manifesto

As of 10/20/13 Students can now add their current Artist Statement or Manifesto’s to the class blog by following this link – http://wp.me/P3Px2D-P

After you post your work, please visit this page again soon to comment on at least one of the other statements or manifestos. Which one’s do you resonate with and why?

This should be completed with in the next week.

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