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News In Brief: 2011

A selection of recent stories about faculty, students, and alumni that have appeared in the media.

  • Exhibition of bronze sculptures by the late artist Stephen De Staebler at Dolby Chadwick Gallery

    He taught at the San Francisco Art Institute during the mid-1960s and held a long tenure at San Francisco State University, from which he retired in 1995. Over the course of his career, De Staebler was the recipient of numerous awards, including two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships and a 1983 Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship.

    Posted December 12, 2011

  • Exhibition of bronze sculptures by the late artist Stephen De Staebler at Dolby Chadwick Gallery

    He taught at the San Francisco Art Institute during the mid-1960s and held a long tenure at San Francisco State University, from which he retired in 1995. Over the course of his career, De Staebler was the recipient of numerous awards, including two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships and a 1983 Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship.

    Posted December 12, 2011

  • Exhibition of bronze sculptures by the late artist Stephen De Staebler at Dolby Chadwick Gallery

    He taught at the San Francisco Art Institute during the mid-1960s and held a long tenure at San Francisco State University, from which he retired in 1995. Over the course of his career, De Staebler was the recipient of numerous awards, including two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships and a 1983 Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship.

    Posted December 12, 2011

  • New book chronicles a tactile approach to magazines -- San Francisco State University

    Glitter, reel-to-reel tapes and a piece of stale bread were some of the things that Assistant Professor of Art History Gwen Allen came across while researching her new book.

    Posted December 8, 2011

  • New book chronicles a tactile approach to magazines -- San Francisco State University

    Glitter, reel-to-reel tapes and a piece of stale bread were some of the things that Assistant Professor of Art History Gwen Allen came across while researching her new book.

    Posted December 8, 2011

  • New book chronicles a tactile approach to magazines -- San Francisco State University

    Glitter, reel-to-reel tapes and a piece of stale bread were some of the things that Assistant Professor of Art History Gwen Allen came across while researching her new book.

    Posted December 8, 2011

  • Interview with Shane Hope, Transhumanist Artist

    I studied at San Diego State, the San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco State, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, received an MFA in 2002 from UC San Diego, and thereafter joined UCLA’s Department of Art as a research assistant in New Genres.

    Posted December 2, 2011

  • Interview with Shane Hope, Transhumanist Artist

    I studied at San Diego State, the San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco State, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, received an MFA in 2002 from UC San Diego, and thereafter joined UCLA’s Department of Art as a research assistant in New Genres.

    Posted December 2, 2011

  • Interview with Shane Hope, Transhumanist Artist

    I studied at San Diego State, the San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco State, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, received an MFA in 2002 from UC San Diego, and thereafter joined UCLA’s Department of Art as a research assistant in New Genres.

    Posted December 2, 2011

  • Greenspring’s Gold Medalists

    Both men were enrolled in college when Pearl Harbor was attacked. Nakamura was studying music with minors in education and art at San Francisco State University.

    Posted December 1, 2011

  • Greenspring’s Gold Medalists

    Both men were enrolled in college when Pearl Harbor was attacked. Nakamura was studying music with minors in education and art at San Francisco State University.

    Posted December 1, 2011

  • Greenspring’s Gold Medalists

    Both men were enrolled in college when Pearl Harbor was attacked. Nakamura was studying music with minors in education and art at San Francisco State University.

    Posted December 1, 2011

  • MSUB hosts artist's reception, talk Thursday

    Originally from California, Dal Poggetto received her master's degree in painting and drawing from San Francisco State University. She has participated in several selected solo exhibits around the country.

    Posted November 16, 2011

  • MSUB hosts artist's reception, talk Thursday

    Originally from California, Dal Poggetto received her master's degree in painting and drawing from San Francisco State University. She has participated in several selected solo exhibits around the country.

    Posted November 16, 2011

  • MSUB hosts artist's reception, talk Thursday

    Originally from California, Dal Poggetto received her master's degree in painting and drawing from San Francisco State University. She has participated in several selected solo exhibits around the country.

    Posted November 16, 2011

  • 1870 Art Center artists open studios for holiday event - San Jose Mercury News

    Over his career, Pound has worked in darkroom photography, multimedia installations and constructive fine art sculpture. He earned degrees in photography and industrial design from San Francisco State University.

    Posted November 14, 2011

  • 1870 Art Center artists open studios for holiday event - San Jose Mercury News

    Over his career, Pound has worked in darkroom photography, multimedia installations and constructive fine art sculpture. He earned degrees in photography and industrial design from San Francisco State University.

    Posted November 14, 2011

  • 1870 Art Center artists open studios for holiday event - San Jose Mercury News

    Over his career, Pound has worked in darkroom photography, multimedia installations and constructive fine art sculpture. He earned degrees in photography and industrial design from San Francisco State University.

    Posted November 14, 2011

  • Joan Cordt, 62 - TimesRepublican.com | News, Sports, Jobs, Community info - Times Republican

    Joan then attended DMACC, Iowa State University, Buena Vista, and finished her studies at San Francisco State University with emphases in Art, Business and Gerontology.

    Posted November 9, 2011

  • Joan Cordt, 62 - TimesRepublican.com | News, Sports, Jobs, Community info - Times Republican

    Joan then attended DMACC, Iowa State University, Buena Vista, and finished her studies at San Francisco State University with emphases in Art, Business and Gerontology.

    Posted November 9, 2011

  • Joan Cordt, 62 - TimesRepublican.com | News, Sports, Jobs, Community info - Times Republican

    Joan then attended DMACC, Iowa State University, Buena Vista, and finished her studies at San Francisco State University with emphases in Art, Business and Gerontology.

    Posted November 9, 2011

  • Pioneering artist, the late Tom Nuzum, to be remembered in a special way during the Second Friday ArtWalk | MLive.com

    He attended the California College of Art, where he received bachelor’s and master’s degree in fine arts. After teaching at San Francisco State, Nuzum went on to become a Fulbright scholar in Valencia, Spain.

    Posted November 4, 2011

  • Pioneering artist, the late Tom Nuzum, to be remembered in a special way during the Second Friday ArtWalk | MLive.com

    He attended the California College of Art, where he received bachelor’s and master’s degree in fine arts. After teaching at San Francisco State, Nuzum went on to become a Fulbright scholar in Valencia, Spain.

    Posted November 4, 2011

  • Pioneering artist, the late Tom Nuzum, to be remembered in a special way during the Second Friday ArtWalk | MLive.com

    He attended the California College of Art, where he received bachelor’s and master’s degree in fine arts. After teaching at San Francisco State, Nuzum went on to become a Fulbright scholar in Valencia, Spain.

    Posted November 4, 2011

  • Monica Denevan Portraits from Burma | La Lettre de la Photographie

    I began photographing in grade school borrowing my mother’s Instamatic and Voigtlander cameras. My fascination with making environmental portraits continued at San Francisco State University and when I began traveling years later.

    Posted October 31, 2011

  • Monica Denevan Portraits from Burma | La Lettre de la Photographie

    I began photographing in grade school borrowing my mother’s Instamatic and Voigtlander cameras. My fascination with making environmental portraits continued at San Francisco State University and when I began traveling years later.

    Posted October 31, 2011

  • Monica Denevan Portraits from Burma | La Lettre de la Photographie

    I began photographing in grade school borrowing my mother’s Instamatic and Voigtlander cameras. My fascination with making environmental portraits continued at San Francisco State University and when I began traveling years later.

    Posted October 31, 2011

  • Matt Lipps: Putting old images in new contexts

    Lipps hasn't "closed the door" on "Horizon/s" yet, but the next step for the assistant professor at San Francisco State will probably go further, into photography's present state in an age of image oversaturation.

    "I feel like my students have trouble figuring out what to take pictures of," he says, "because we have a picture of everything.

    Posted October 27, 2011

  • To the beat of his own heart | DailyTidings.com

    A graduate of San Francisco State University, Stamper majored in sculpture and minored in ceramics. His style is influenced by the San Francisco Bay Area figurative movement that utilizes multimedia sculptural wall hangings.

    Posted October 27, 2011

  • To the beat of his own heart | DailyTidings.com

    A graduate of San Francisco State University, Stamper majored in sculpture and minored in ceramics. His style is influenced by the San Francisco Bay Area figurative movement that utilizes multimedia sculptural wall hangings.

    Posted October 27, 2011

  • Matt Lipps: Putting old images in new contexts

    Lipps hasn't "closed the door" on "Horizon/s" yet, but the next step for the assistant professor at San Francisco State will probably go further, into photography's present state in an age of image oversaturation.

    "I feel like my students have trouble figuring out what to take pictures of," he says, "because we have a picture of everything.

    Posted October 27, 2011

  • Matt Lipps: Putting old images in new contexts

    Lipps hasn't "closed the door" on "Horizon/s" yet, but the next step for the assistant professor at San Francisco State will probably go further, into photography's present state in an age of image oversaturation.

    "I feel like my students have trouble figuring out what to take pictures of," he says, "because we have a picture of everything.

    Posted October 27, 2011

  • To the beat of his own heart | DailyTidings.com

    A graduate of San Francisco State University, Stamper majored in sculpture and minored in ceramics. His style is influenced by the San Francisco Bay Area figurative movement that utilizes multimedia sculptural wall hangings.

    Posted October 27, 2011

  • Street artist Robbie Conal: The revolution will be posterized | 89.3 KPCC

    He was at San Francisco State in the ’60s and Stanford University in the ‘70s. In the ‘80s, Conal finally integrated his art and his social concerns in pictures he started making about the abuses of power and politics.

    Posted October 13, 2011

  • Street artist Robbie Conal: The revolution will be posterized | 89.3 KPCC

    He was at San Francisco State in the ’60s and Stanford University in the ‘70s. In the ‘80s, Conal finally integrated his art and his social concerns in pictures he started making about the abuses of power and politics.

    Posted October 13, 2011

  • Street artist Robbie Conal: The revolution will be posterized | 89.3 KPCC

    He was at San Francisco State in the ’60s and Stanford University in the ‘70s. In the ‘80s, Conal finally integrated his art and his social concerns in pictures he started making about the abuses of power and politics.

    Posted October 13, 2011

  • The art of Keith Morrison - Columns - JamaicaObserver.com

    . These include Fisk University, DePaul University, the University of Chicago Illinois Circle, the University of Illinois, the University of Maryland, San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco State University, and the Tyler School of Art of Temple University. As dean at Maryland, San Francisco and Tyler, he was involved in major curricular and administrative innovations.

    Posted October 12, 2011

  • Now in Pixel art gallery takes SF State students to another time | Golden Gate Xpress

    The exhibit, which started Oct. 6 and runs through Friday in the Martin Wong Gallery on the second floor of the Creative Arts building, features art in a variety of forms. The gallery highlights the work of two photographers, as well as the work of several painters and artists who work with digital media. All are SF State students.

    Posted October 12, 2011

  • The art of Keith Morrison - Columns - JamaicaObserver.com

    . These include Fisk University, DePaul University, the University of Chicago Illinois Circle, the University of Illinois, the University of Maryland, San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco State University, and the Tyler School of Art of Temple University. As dean at Maryland, San Francisco and Tyler, he was involved in major curricular and administrative innovations.

    Posted October 12, 2011

  • The art of Keith Morrison - Columns - JamaicaObserver.com

    . These include Fisk University, DePaul University, the University of Chicago Illinois Circle, the University of Illinois, the University of Maryland, San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco State University, and the Tyler School of Art of Temple University. As dean at Maryland, San Francisco and Tyler, he was involved in major curricular and administrative innovations.

    Posted October 12, 2011

  • UWGB Characters: Stephen Perkins — Curator of Art for the Lawton Gallery - Community - Fourth Estate - University of Wisconsin-Green Bay

    And so I went to San Francisco and did an M.A. in art at San Francisco State. I was there two years and actually, in my second year there, I was running out of money so I was looking for a job and I saw that they were looking for a director for the student art gallery. I applied for it and got it and just had really great fun with a really great crew.

    Posted October 12, 2011

  • UWGB Characters: Stephen Perkins — Curator of Art for the Lawton Gallery - Community - Fourth Estate - University of Wisconsin-Green Bay

    And so I went to San Francisco and did an M.A. in art at San Francisco State. I was there two years and actually, in my second year there, I was running out of money so I was looking for a job and I saw that they were looking for a director for the student art gallery. I applied for it and got it and just had really great fun with a really great crew.

    Posted October 12, 2011

  • Now in Pixel art gallery takes SF State students to another time | Golden Gate Xpress

    The exhibit, which started Oct. 6 and runs through Friday in the Martin Wong Gallery on the second floor of the Creative Arts building, features art in a variety of forms. The gallery highlights the work of two photographers, as well as the work of several painters and artists who work with digital media. All are SF State students.

    Posted October 12, 2011

  • UWGB Characters: Stephen Perkins — Curator of Art for the Lawton Gallery - Community - Fourth Estate - University of Wisconsin-Green Bay

    And so I went to San Francisco and did an M.A. in art at San Francisco State. I was there two years and actually, in my second year there, I was running out of money so I was looking for a job and I saw that they were looking for a director for the student art gallery. I applied for it and got it and just had really great fun with a really great crew.

    Posted October 12, 2011

  • Now in Pixel art gallery takes SF State students to another time | Golden Gate Xpress

    The exhibit, which started Oct. 6 and runs through Friday in the Martin Wong Gallery on the second floor of the Creative Arts building, features art in a variety of forms. The gallery highlights the work of two photographers, as well as the work of several painters and artists who work with digital media. All are SF State students.

    Posted October 12, 2011

  • Picturing Parallax show explores immigration impact | Golden Gate Xpress

    Photographs and videos chronicling issues such as the migration, memory and assimilation of the South-Asian American community are now being displayed at SF State’s Fine Arts Gallery.

    Posted October 11, 2011

  • Picturing Parallax show explores immigration impact | Golden Gate Xpress

    Photographs and videos chronicling issues such as the migration, memory and assimilation of the South-Asian American community are now being displayed at SF State’s Fine Arts Gallery.

    Posted October 11, 2011

  • BOOK SIGNING: Gwen Allen’s Artists’ Magazines ~ An Alternative Space for Art – Mission Loc@l : News From San Francisco's Mission District

    San Francisco State Art History professor Gwen Allen will be signing copies of her new book Artists’ Magazines: An Alternative Space for Art. This fascinating book explores the role of magazines as an important new site of artistic practice in the 1960s and 1970s, functioning as an alternative exhibition space for the dematerialized practices of conceptual art.

    Posted October 11, 2011

  • SF State art student shares his coming out story | Golden Gate Xpress

    SF State art major Ricardo De La Torre always wanted to tell his parents about his sexuality, but other horror stories about coming out kept him postponing the date.

    Posted October 11, 2011

  • BOOK SIGNING: Gwen Allen’s Artists’ Magazines ~ An Alternative Space for Art – Mission Loc@l : News From San Francisco's Mission District

    San Francisco State Art History professor Gwen Allen will be signing copies of her new book Artists’ Magazines: An Alternative Space for Art. This fascinating book explores the role of magazines as an important new site of artistic practice in the 1960s and 1970s, functioning as an alternative exhibition space for the dematerialized practices of conceptual art.

    Posted October 11, 2011

  • BOOK SIGNING: Gwen Allen’s Artists’ Magazines ~ An Alternative Space for Art – Mission Loc@l : News From San Francisco's Mission District

    San Francisco State Art History professor Gwen Allen will be signing copies of her new book Artists’ Magazines: An Alternative Space for Art. This fascinating book explores the role of magazines as an important new site of artistic practice in the 1960s and 1970s, functioning as an alternative exhibition space for the dematerialized practices of conceptual art.

    Posted October 11, 2011

  • SF State art student shares his coming out story | Golden Gate Xpress

    SF State art major Ricardo De La Torre always wanted to tell his parents about his sexuality, but other horror stories about coming out kept him postponing the date.

    Posted October 11, 2011

  • SF State art student shares his coming out story | Golden Gate Xpress

    SF State art major Ricardo De La Torre always wanted to tell his parents about his sexuality, but other horror stories about coming out kept him postponing the date.

    Posted October 11, 2011

  • Picturing Parallax show explores immigration impact | Golden Gate Xpress

    Photographs and videos chronicling issues such as the migration, memory and assimilation of the South-Asian American community are now being displayed at SF State’s Fine Arts Gallery.

    Posted October 11, 2011

  • Suloff Juggles, For Art's Sake - Mill Valley, CA Patch

    Despite navigating the high-wire act of a multitude of roles, Suloff says she’s thrilled with the success she’s had in a business that she “stumbled upon in a fluke” while searching for an elective at San Francisco State.

    Posted September 21, 2011

  • Suloff Juggles, For Art's Sake - Mill Valley, CA Patch

    Despite navigating the high-wire act of a multitude of roles, Suloff says she’s thrilled with the success she’s had in a business that she “stumbled upon in a fluke” while searching for an elective at San Francisco State.

    Posted September 21, 2011

  • Suloff Juggles, For Art's Sake - Mill Valley, CA Patch

    Despite navigating the high-wire act of a multitude of roles, Suloff says she’s thrilled with the success she’s had in a business that she “stumbled upon in a fluke” while searching for an elective at San Francisco State.

    Posted September 21, 2011

  • Arts Notes, Lamorinda Sun, Sept. 16 - San Jose Mercury News

    She earned her bachelor's degree in child development through art from San Francisco State University. Carrara-Rudolph's television work spans a variety of acclaimed children's television programs including Disney's "Johnny & the Sprites" (Ginger Sprite), Nickelodeon's Wubulous World of Dr. Seuss (2nd season "Morton"), and the Learning Channel's "Animal Jam" (Edi).

    Posted September 19, 2011

  • Arts Notes, Lamorinda Sun, Sept. 16 - San Jose Mercury News

    She earned her bachelor's degree in child development through art from San Francisco State University. Carrara-Rudolph's television work spans a variety of acclaimed children's television programs including Disney's "Johnny & the Sprites" (Ginger Sprite), Nickelodeon's Wubulous World of Dr. Seuss (2nd season "Morton"), and the Learning Channel's "Animal Jam" (Edi).

    Posted September 19, 2011

  • Arts Notes, Lamorinda Sun, Sept. 16 - San Jose Mercury News

    She earned her bachelor's degree in child development through art from San Francisco State University. Carrara-Rudolph's television work spans a variety of acclaimed children's television programs including Disney's "Johnny & the Sprites" (Ginger Sprite), Nickelodeon's Wubulous World of Dr. Seuss (2nd season "Morton"), and the Learning Channel's "Animal Jam" (Edi).

    Posted September 19, 2011

  • Artist Profile: Nancy Freeman - Benicia, CA Patch

    While attending California College of Arts & Crafts and San Francisco State, she discovered artful renditions of pies and cakes made of fabric by Wayne Thiebaud. “I was motivated to try this technique,” says Freeman.

    Posted September 15, 2011

  • Artist Profile: Nancy Freeman - Benicia, CA Patch

    While attending California College of Arts & Crafts and San Francisco State, she discovered artful renditions of pies and cakes made of fabric by Wayne Thiebaud. “I was motivated to try this technique,” says Freeman.

    Posted September 15, 2011

  • Artist Profile: Nancy Freeman - Benicia, CA Patch

    While attending California College of Arts & Crafts and San Francisco State, she discovered artful renditions of pies and cakes made of fabric by Wayne Thiebaud. “I was motivated to try this technique,” says Freeman.

    Posted September 15, 2011

  • Artist Profile: Nancy Ballaine - Benicia, CA Patch

    She earned her bachelor's of fine art degree from San Francisco State University.

    Ballaine takes inspiration from the nature scenes and botanicals around her Sonoma County home. She is known for her dramatic use of rich color, both deeply saturated and diffused palettes.

    Posted September 13, 2011

  • Catholic San Francisco

    Mary, who had a bachelor’s degree in film and photography from San Francisco State University, kept the books.

    Posted September 13, 2011

  • David Yearsley, Petaluma River advocate, dies at 65 | PressDemocrat.com

    He came to California in 1968, worked for a year and later graduated with a degree in fine arts from San Francisco State Universtiy. He became a woodworker, building fine cabinetry.

    Posted September 13, 2011

  • Galleries: Bay Area galleries dish up a bevy of eclectic offerings - San Jose Mercury News

    But while that exhibit concentrates on the riches of a bygone era, "Picturing Parallax: Photography and Video From the South Asian Diaspora," opening Thursday at San Francisco State University's Fine Arts Gallery, focuses on the now. The display includes videos, photographs and more by Southeast Asian artists from the United States and elsewhere and addresses themes of migration, gender and exile.

    Posted September 13, 2011

  • Catholic San Francisco

    Mary, who had a bachelor’s degree in film and photography from San Francisco State University, kept the books.

    Posted September 13, 2011

  • David Yearsley, Petaluma River advocate, dies at 65 | PressDemocrat.com

    He came to California in 1968, worked for a year and later graduated with a degree in fine arts from San Francisco State Universtiy. He became a woodworker, building fine cabinetry.

    Posted September 13, 2011

  • Artist Profile: Nancy Ballaine - Benicia, CA Patch

    She earned her bachelor's of fine art degree from San Francisco State University.

    Ballaine takes inspiration from the nature scenes and botanicals around her Sonoma County home. She is known for her dramatic use of rich color, both deeply saturated and diffused palettes.

    Posted September 13, 2011

  • Artist Profile: Nancy Ballaine - Benicia, CA Patch

    She earned her bachelor's of fine art degree from San Francisco State University.

    Ballaine takes inspiration from the nature scenes and botanicals around her Sonoma County home. She is known for her dramatic use of rich color, both deeply saturated and diffused palettes.

    Posted September 13, 2011

  • David Yearsley, Petaluma River advocate, dies at 65 | PressDemocrat.com

    He came to California in 1968, worked for a year and later graduated with a degree in fine arts from San Francisco State Universtiy. He became a woodworker, building fine cabinetry.

    Posted September 13, 2011

  • Galleries: Bay Area galleries dish up a bevy of eclectic offerings - San Jose Mercury News

    But while that exhibit concentrates on the riches of a bygone era, "Picturing Parallax: Photography and Video From the South Asian Diaspora," opening Thursday at San Francisco State University's Fine Arts Gallery, focuses on the now. The display includes videos, photographs and more by Southeast Asian artists from the United States and elsewhere and addresses themes of migration, gender and exile.

    Posted September 13, 2011

  • Galleries: Bay Area galleries dish up a bevy of eclectic offerings - San Jose Mercury News

    But while that exhibit concentrates on the riches of a bygone era, "Picturing Parallax: Photography and Video From the South Asian Diaspora," opening Thursday at San Francisco State University's Fine Arts Gallery, focuses on the now. The display includes videos, photographs and more by Southeast Asian artists from the United States and elsewhere and addresses themes of migration, gender and exile.

    Posted September 13, 2011

  • Catholic San Francisco

    Mary, who had a bachelor’s degree in film and photography from San Francisco State University, kept the books.

    Posted September 13, 2011

  • Dan Bamford | PressDemocrat.com

    As an art and education student at San Francisco State University, Bamford, who was not hearing-impaired, found his calling as a teacher for deaf children. After a brief stint working in Stockton, he joined the Santa Rosa City School District in 1963.

    Posted September 12, 2011

  • Dan Bamford | PressDemocrat.com

    As an art and education student at San Francisco State University, Bamford, who was not hearing-impaired, found his calling as a teacher for deaf children. After a brief stint working in Stockton, he joined the Santa Rosa City School District in 1963.

    Posted September 12, 2011

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    Posted September 12, 2011

  • Dan Bamford | PressDemocrat.com

    As an art and education student at San Francisco State University, Bamford, who was not hearing-impaired, found his calling as a teacher for deaf children. After a brief stint working in Stockton, he joined the Santa Rosa City School District in 1963.

    Posted September 12, 2011

  • G FINE ART BEGINS 10TH ANNIVERSARY SEASON with MAGGIE MICHAEL - THERE is NO RISING or SETTING SUN - Artwire Press Release from ArtfixDaily.com

    Michael holds an MFA from American University, an MA from San Francisco State University and a BFA from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.

    Posted September 1, 2011

  • G FINE ART BEGINS 10TH ANNIVERSARY SEASON with MAGGIE MICHAEL - THERE is NO RISING or SETTING SUN - Artwire Press Release from ArtfixDaily.com

    Michael holds an MFA from American University, an MA from San Francisco State University and a BFA from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.

    Posted September 1, 2011

  • G FINE ART BEGINS 10TH ANNIVERSARY SEASON with MAGGIE MICHAEL - THERE is NO RISING or SETTING SUN - Artwire Press Release from ArtfixDaily.com

    Michael holds an MFA from American University, an MA from San Francisco State University and a BFA from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.

    Posted September 1, 2011

  • Well, Shoot! Workshop: How to get personal | | The Bulletin

    The first thing I learned about portraits — way back in the mid-1990s in Photo 2 at San Francisco State — was to find a background for a portrait and then put a person in the picture. Later on, in the lighting class called Photo 4, I learned how to apply light to a portrait and make it better.

    Posted August 17, 2011

  • Well, Shoot! Workshop: How to get personal | | The Bulletin

    The first thing I learned about portraits — way back in the mid-1990s in Photo 2 at San Francisco State — was to find a background for a portrait and then put a person in the picture. Later on, in the lighting class called Photo 4, I learned how to apply light to a portrait and make it better.

    Posted August 17, 2011

  • Well, Shoot! Workshop: How to get personal | | The Bulletin

    The first thing I learned about portraits — way back in the mid-1990s in Photo 2 at San Francisco State — was to find a background for a portrait and then put a person in the picture. Later on, in the lighting class called Photo 4, I learned how to apply light to a portrait and make it better.

    Posted August 17, 2011

  • Sensorial - The MFA Exhibition at the California College of the Arts : JD Beltran : City Brights

    There's SO much going on in the visual arts this week and weekend, it's impossible to take it all in - three art fairs (ArtPad at the Phoenix Hotel, ArtMkt at the Concourse Exhibition Hall, and the San Francisco Fine Art Fair at Fort Mason, plus at least six MFA shows (San Francisco State University, the San Francisco Art Institute, Mills College, the California College of the Arts, the University of California, Berkeley, AND Stanford University) are all up at the moment!

    Posted August 15, 2011

  • Contemplation, Reflection, and Refreshment : JD Beltran : City Brights

    At one of the first shows I visited, that of the graduating MFA students from San Francisco State University, I was heartened, once again, to see the thoughtfulness and sophisticated level of execution of much of the work. I've really enjoyed visiting this show -- the quality of what I see is among the highest of all of the schools in the Bay area, likely because of the three-year duration of the program and the SFSU's strong faculty.

    Posted August 15, 2011

  • Golden Gate [X]Press : Top artists showcase variety of mediums

    Floating mini-bicyclist renderings ascending to the ceiling of the Fine Arts Gallery greet visitors at the opening of the 19th annual Leo D. Stillwell Exhibition, where SF State's most talented artists display various works in all type of media.

    Posted August 12, 2011

  • SFSU MFA art show: New visions and decay - Pixel Vision: Arts and Culture Blog of the San Francisco Bay Guardian

    The exhibition is nothing if not a prime chance for the keen-eyed art fanatic to come and rub his hands over bottled fallopian tubes and black and white photos of urban corrosion

    Posted August 12, 2011

  • City Brights: J.D. Beltran : New Art from Fresh Minds

    One of my favorite things about this time of year is that it's commencement time, when MFAs from schools all over put on their final exhibitions - the culmination of several years of honing their art practices.

    Posted August 12, 2011

  • Daily Kos: Criminal InJustice Kos: Prison/Culture - A Mirror and a Hammer

    Co-published with Intersection for the Arts and SF State University, Prison/Culture represents several years of dialog on incarceration and culture in America that resulted in two related exhibitions at Intersection and SF State's University Gallery, and this book.

    Posted August 12, 2011

  • List of artists for Central Subway project whittled down | San Francisco Examiner

    Panelist Mark Johnson of the Chinatown area is the director of the Fine Arts Gallery at San Francisco State University and said he was also looking for cultural cues in the artists’ work.

    “The major look of it is being designed by architects, of course, but the art should be a way-finding tool. And a second piece to the art is something more of a major sculptural element,” Johnson said. “The public space will be much different than we’re used to.”

    Posted August 12, 2011

  • California art exhibits offer glimpse into Mexico's soul | Full Page

    And it's hard to imagine a more chilling technique than Teresa Margolles' paintings on paper dipped in the post-autopsy fluids of corpses from a Mexico City morgue, shimmering with the residue of minerals and chemicals sloughed off when life is over.

    Through March 24 at San Francisco State University's Fine Arts Gallery

    Posted August 12, 2011

  • Art exhibit expresses Mexico today – San Francisco State University News

    Cutting edge works by some of Mexico's leading modern and contemporary artists are featured in SF State Fine Arts Gallery's spring show, "México: Politica y Poética," running Feb. 17 through March 24. Examining aspects of 20th and 21st century Mexican life, the exhibit coincides with the 200th anniversary of Mexico's independence and 100th anniversary of its revolution.

    Posted August 12, 2011

  • Opening Reception – Mission Loc@l : News From San Francisco's Mission District

    MCCLA and the Fine Arts Gallery at San Francisco State University (SFSU) showcase a powerful selection of contemporary art from Mexico. Interrelated through a mix of politics and aesthetics, the parallel exhibitions explore issues of labor, migration and contemporary issues – amplified by a historical lens.

    Posted August 12, 2011

  • San Francisco State University: Out Of Order (Geometric abstraction) - San Francisco museum | Examiner.com

    From Op Art and Hard-edge Abstraction in the Sixties, to a resurgence of Neo Geo in the Eighties, geometric abstraction in all its variations has evolved into a menu staple. But the exhibit "Out of Order" at SFSU's art gallery is more interesting than the usual paint grind on canvas.

    Posted August 12, 2011

  • Book Review: PRISON/CULTURE « Prison Photography

    The book, Prison/Culture, compiles the documents of a two year collaboration between San Francisco State University, Intersection for the Arts (one of San Francisco’s oldest art non-profits) and prison artists & outside activists across the US.

    Posted August 12, 2011

  • Prison and Culture: Forum | KQED Public Media for Northern CA

    Mark Dean Johnson, professor of art at San Francisco State University and contributor to "Prison/Culture"

    Posted August 12, 2011

  • `Red, White or Blue' celebrates eclectic art, patriotism - Inside Bay Area

    Keilson, who earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from San Francisco State University, interprets this theme in her digital paintings, which explore America's relationship with food. She manipulates her photos in Photoshop using custom digital brushes, prints them on canvas and then applies acrylic paint on top. It is easy to compare the resulting images to Warhol.

    Posted July 25, 2011

  • `Red, White or Blue' celebrates eclectic art, patriotism - Inside Bay Area

    Keilson, who earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from San Francisco State University, interprets this theme in her digital paintings, which explore America's relationship with food. She manipulates her photos in Photoshop using custom digital brushes, prints them on canvas and then applies acrylic paint on top. It is easy to compare the resulting images to Warhol.

    Posted July 25, 2011

  • `Red, White or Blue' celebrates eclectic art, patriotism - Inside Bay Area

    Keilson, who earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from San Francisco State University, interprets this theme in her digital paintings, which explore America's relationship with food. She manipulates her photos in Photoshop using custom digital brushes, prints them on canvas and then applies acrylic paint on top. It is easy to compare the resulting images to Warhol.

    Posted July 25, 2011

  • SF State professor Gwen Allen on the enduring value of the printed word | Lauren Gallagher | 3-Minute Interview | San Francisco Examiner

    The San Francisco State University assistant professor is the author of “Artists’ Magazines: An Alternative Space for Art,” which was published by MIT Press.

    Posted July 22, 2011

  • SF State professor Gwen Allen on the enduring value of the printed word | Lauren Gallagher | 3-Minute Interview | San Francisco Examiner

    The San Francisco State University assistant professor is the author of “Artists’ Magazines: An Alternative Space for Art,” which was published by MIT Press.

    Posted July 22, 2011

  • `Red, White or Blue' celebrates eclectic art, patriotism - Inside Bay Area

    Keilson, who earned a bachelor of fine arts from San Francisco State, interprets this theme in her digital paintings, which explore America's relationship with food. She manipulates her photos in Photoshop using custom digital brushes, prints them on canvas and then applies acrylic paint on top. It is easy to compare the resulting images to Warhol.

    Posted July 22, 2011

  • `Red, White or Blue' celebrates eclectic art, patriotism - Inside Bay Area

    Keilson, who earned a bachelor of fine arts from San Francisco State, interprets this theme in her digital paintings, which explore America's relationship with food. She manipulates her photos in Photoshop using custom digital brushes, prints them on canvas and then applies acrylic paint on top. It is easy to compare the resulting images to Warhol.

    Posted July 22, 2011

  • `Red, White or Blue' celebrates eclectic art, patriotism - Inside Bay Area

    Keilson, who earned a bachelor of fine arts from San Francisco State, interprets this theme in her digital paintings, which explore America's relationship with food. She manipulates her photos in Photoshop using custom digital brushes, prints them on canvas and then applies acrylic paint on top. It is easy to compare the resulting images to Warhol.

    Posted July 22, 2011

  • SF State professor Gwen Allen on the enduring value of the printed word | Lauren Gallagher | 3-Minute Interview | San Francisco Examiner

    The San Francisco State University assistant professor is the author of “Artists’ Magazines: An Alternative Space for Art,” which was published by MIT Press.

    Posted July 22, 2011

  • Signs that you are in the Bay Area

    On Friday, Sunday was the last day of "Rupert Garcia: The Magnolia Editions Projects 1991-2011" at the de Young Museum, the artist was honored there by the College of Ethnic Studies at San Francisco State University, where he received undergraduate and graduate degrees and participated in the 1968 strike - for which he designed many posters - that led to the founding of the College of Ethnic Studies. Garcia was saluted for being a leader of the Chicano arts movement and, in 1970, co-founder of Galeria...

    Posted July 21, 2011

  • Signs that you are in the Bay Area

    On Friday, Sunday was the last day of "Rupert Garcia: The Magnolia Editions Projects 1991-2011" at the de Young Museum, the artist was honored there by the College of Ethnic Studies at San Francisco State University, where he received undergraduate and graduate degrees and participated in the 1968 strike - for which he designed many posters - that led to the founding of the College of Ethnic Studies. Garcia was saluted for being a leader of the Chicano arts movement and, in 1970, co-founder of Galeria...

    Posted July 21, 2011

  • Signs that you are in the Bay Area

    On Friday, Sunday was the last day of "Rupert Garcia: The Magnolia Editions Projects 1991-2011" at the de Young Museum, the artist was honored there by the College of Ethnic Studies at San Francisco State University, where he received undergraduate and graduate degrees and participated in the 1968 strike - for which he designed many posters - that led to the founding of the College of Ethnic Studies. Garcia was saluted for being a leader of the Chicano arts movement and, in 1970, co-founder of Galeria...

    Posted July 21, 2011

  • CRIME SCENE / Highlights From The Chronicle's Crime Scene Blog

    But despite some big-name artists and the estimated $500,000 value of the stolen collection, the eccentric mishmash of styles and genres would make for a confusing gallery, said Gwen Allen, an assistant art history professor at San Francisco State University.

    "To me, it's not as if these artists' works in any way create a coherent style or collection," she said. "From an art history perspective, they're pretty all over the place."

    Posted July 18, 2011

  • Art theft suspect's mishmash collection : Crime Scene

    But despite some big-name artists and the estimated $500,000 value of the stolen collection, the eccentric mishmash of styles and genres would make for a confusing gallery, said Gwen Allen, an assistant art history professor at San Francisco State University.

    "To me, it's not as if these artists' works in any way create a coherent style or collection," she said. "From an art history perspective, they're pretty all over the place."

    Posted July 18, 2011

  • CRIME SCENE / Highlights From The Chronicle's Crime Scene Blog

    But despite some big-name artists and the estimated $500,000 value of the stolen collection, the eccentric mishmash of styles and genres would make for a confusing gallery, said Gwen Allen, an assistant art history professor at San Francisco State University.

    "To me, it's not as if these artists' works in any way create a coherent style or collection," she said. "From an art history perspective, they're pretty all over the place."

    Posted July 18, 2011

  • Art theft suspect's mishmash collection : Crime Scene

    But despite some big-name artists and the estimated $500,000 value of the stolen collection, the eccentric mishmash of styles and genres would make for a confusing gallery, said Gwen Allen, an assistant art history professor at San Francisco State University.

    "To me, it's not as if these artists' works in any way create a coherent style or collection," she said. "From an art history perspective, they're pretty all over the place."

    Posted July 18, 2011

  • CRIME SCENE / Highlights From The Chronicle's Crime Scene Blog

    But despite some big-name artists and the estimated $500,000 value of the stolen collection, the eccentric mishmash of styles and genres would make for a confusing gallery, said Gwen Allen, an assistant art history professor at San Francisco State University.

    "To me, it's not as if these artists' works in any way create a coherent style or collection," she said. "From an art history perspective, they're pretty all over the place."

    Posted July 18, 2011

  • Art theft suspect's mishmash collection : Crime Scene

    But despite some big-name artists and the estimated $500,000 value of the stolen collection, the eccentric mishmash of styles and genres would make for a confusing gallery, said Gwen Allen, an assistant art history professor at San Francisco State University.

    "To me, it's not as if these artists' works in any way create a coherent style or collection," she said. "From an art history perspective, they're pretty all over the place."

    Posted July 18, 2011

  • Scanning the 'Beach' for beauty - - Rockland - Camden - Knox - The Herald Gazette

    Iselin, who holds degrees from Harvard and San Francisco State universities, began her art career in the field of photography and installation art, exhibiting throughout the Bay Area and teaching at the California College of Arts and Crafts.

    Posted June 21, 2011

  • Scanning the 'Beach' for beauty - - Rockland - Camden - Knox - The Herald Gazette

    Iselin, who holds degrees from Harvard and San Francisco State universities, began her art career in the field of photography and installation art, exhibiting throughout the Bay Area and teaching at the California College of Arts and Crafts.

    Posted June 21, 2011

  • Scanning the 'Beach' for beauty - - Rockland - Camden - Knox - The Herald Gazette

    Iselin, who holds degrees from Harvard and San Francisco State universities, began her art career in the field of photography and installation art, exhibiting throughout the Bay Area and teaching at the California College of Arts and Crafts.

    Posted June 21, 2011

  • Two artists depict 'change and the forces of nature' in new exhibit at Masaoka Glass Studio and Gallery in Carmel Valley - MontereyHerald.com :

    The artist went through San Francisco State University and the University of Hawaii, and emerged a glass blower.

    Posted June 17, 2011

  • Two artists depict 'change and the forces of nature' in new exhibit at Masaoka Glass Studio and Gallery in Carmel Valley - MontereyHerald.com :

    The artist went through San Francisco State University and the University of Hawaii, and emerged a glass blower.

    Posted June 17, 2011

  • Two artists depict 'change and the forces of nature' in new exhibit at Masaoka Glass Studio and Gallery in Carmel Valley - MontereyHerald.com :

    The artist went through San Francisco State University and the University of Hawaii, and emerged a glass blower.

    Posted June 17, 2011

  • Pacifica Realizes a Treasure in Spindrift - Pacifica, CA Patch

    Each is still striving to express their art at the highest level, degree-holders from San Francisco State' s art programs and the Conservatory of Music in San Francisco are among those on the roster.

    Posted June 13, 2011

  • A Quarterly Designed to Tweak All Senses in the Bay Area - NYTimes.com

    Fluxus is “when the shift from publication as supplement of information about art to magazine page as a medium — and as an exhibition space — really started happening,” said Gwen Allen, a professor at San Francisco State University and author of the book “Artists’ Magazines: An Alternative Space for Art.”

    Posted June 3, 2011

  • Steven J Tepper: Uncle Henry Is Wrong. There's A Lot You Can Do With That Degree.

    They came from more than 150 arts programs from a diverse set of institutions - from Barnard College to the University of Nebraska to San Francisco State - and answered such questions as: Are you glad you went to art school? What are you doing now? Did you learn anything that is relevant to your current job? Are you satisfied in your work? Are you still making and presenting art?

    Posted May 31, 2011

  • Leonora Carrington, Surrealist, Dies at 94 - NYTimes.com

    “She was a seeker and a searcher,” said Whitney Chadwick, a professor of art at San Francisco State University and the author of “Women Artists and the Surrealist Movement”(1991). “In her work, she always sought to define moments when one plane of consciousness blends with another.”

    Posted May 31, 2011

  • Stephen De Staebler, Sculptor of Bronze and Clay, Dies at 78 - NYTimes.com

    He exhibited widely, particularly in the Bay Area, where he taught for many years at the San Francisco Art Institute and San Francisco State University.

    Posted May 25, 2011

  • Don't Throw This Away! 'Artists' Magazines: An Alternative Space for Art' < PopMatters

    Given the inarguable parentage of paper magazines to those on the Internet, it is impressive that in her book Artists’ Magazines author Gwen Allen, assistant professor of Art History at San Francisco State University, never mentions it.

    Posted May 25, 2011

  • OIT | News > Photographic Exhibit at the Shaw Historical Library at Oregon Tech

    Growing up in small towns in California and Oregon, she finally settled in the Bay Area, receiving a degree in photography at San Francisco State College.

    Posted May 23, 2011

  • Internationally Acclaimed Sculptor Stephen De Staebler Has Died at Age 78

    De Staebler taught at San Francisco State University (1961-62), and San Francisco Art Institute (1961-67). In 1967 he joined the art faculty at San Francisco State University, where he taught sculpture until his retirement in 1995.

    Posted May 20, 2011

  • Renowned Berkeley sculptor Stephen De Staebler dies at 78 - San Jose Mercury News

    He taught at the San Francisco Art Institute and San Francisco State University from which he retired in 1995.

    Posted May 20, 2011

  • Bay Area sculptor Stephen De Staebler dies at 78

    Mr. De Staebler joined the art faculty at San Francisco State University in 1967 and taught there until his retirement in 1995.

    Posted May 18, 2011

  • ‘A Year in Flowers’

    Antze, a botanical artist and quiltmaker from Sonoma County, teaches botanical drawing classes and holds a degree in fine arts from San Francisco State University as well as a certificate in botanical illustration from the New York Botanical Gardens.

    Posted May 12, 2011

  • The Tenderloin National Forest: A Green Oasis in San Francisco's Toughest Neighborhood | GreenAnswers

    This public oasis was created to address the lack of green space in the area. The project began in 2008 as a joint venture between Sarah Lewison and her San Francisco State Art CityLab class and The Luggage Store Gallery directors Darryl Smith and Laurie Lazer.

    Posted May 11, 2011

  • Vallejo teen's art on Capitol Hill - Vallejo Times Herald

    Uy, an 18-year-old St. Patrick-St. Vincent High School senior, was one of five students honored in the 7th District Congressional Art Contest announced this week by Rep. George Miller.

    As of Wednesday morning, the San Francisco State University-bound daughter of Glenn and Margarita Uy had no clue exactly what she won after her piece titled "Indie" won the new George Miller Award category.

    Posted May 6, 2011

  • Northwest Asian Weekly | Artist and father James Leong dies of heart complications at the age of 81 | 

    In 1955, he earned his second master’s degree in art education at San Francisco State College. Leong remained in the city until the mid-1950s.

    In 1956, Leong was awarded a Fulbright grant and relocated to Norway. After two years in Norway, Leong was awarded a John Simon Guggenheim Foundation grant to teach and paint in Rome.

    Posted May 3, 2011

  • An Afternoon of Art and Aperitivo - Artwire Press Release from ArtfixDaily.com

    Kortz grew up in New Jersey and studied Painting, Film and Creative Writing at Farleigh Dickinson University, then moved west to complete his B.A. and do graduate work in Film at San Francisco State University. His short films won awards at festivals world-wide; his writings are published in numerous poetry and literary journals. For the past twenty years, his focus remains exclusively on painting.

    Posted May 2, 2011

  • Birthing the Next Generation of Filmakers - Sonoma, CA Patch

    Students like senior Jenna Wirick, who will study film and art at San Francisco State next year, and her cousin Danny Wirick, who was recently accepted into the popular music program at the University of Southern California, are well on their way.

    Posted April 7, 2011

  • Plays & Players Brings The Grotesque to PIFA 2011/04/06

    Her play Reaching Beatrice can be seen during the 2011 Philadelphia Fringe Festival. Joy has a BFA from The California College of Art and an MA in Experimental and Interdisciplinary Art from San Francisco State University.

    Posted April 7, 2011

  • San Jose Museum of Art Lunchtime Lectures 4/6/11 | San Jose Metblogs

    This Wednesday (4/6/11) Santhi Kavuri-Bauer, who teaches modern and contemporary Asian art history at San Francisco State University, will look at modern Indian art from the 1900s to the 1980s in the context of Indian history, culture, and politics in her talk, “A Historical Survey of Indian Modern Art.”

    Posted April 6, 2011

  • News: Richard Rinehart named director of Samek Art Gallery at Bucknell || Bucknell University

    Rinehart received his bachelor of fine arts degree in art practice from the University of Oregon. He is pursuing a master of arts degree in art history from San Francisco State University.

    Posted March 25, 2011

  • Teryl Dayton Healy | PressDemocrat.com

    While studying art at San Francisco State University she went to a UC Berkeley Neuman Club gathering and met Howard Healy, who became her husband and lifelong love.

    Posted March 14, 2011

  • Three artists featured at Arcata Artisans - Times-Standard Online

    Langdon was trained at San Francisco State University and Humboldt State University in the area of printmaking and ceramic sculpture and now makes his living as a painting and decorating contractor.

    Posted March 11, 2011

  • Carleton College: Carleton News: News: Carleton College Awards Tenure to Four Faculty Members

    Kelly Connole, assistant professor of art, earned her BFA at the University of Montana, Missoula in 1991 and her MFA at San Francisco State University in 1996. After teaching at several other institutions, Connole joined the Carleton faculty in 2004.

    Posted March 1, 2011

  • Man About Town: 25 Feb 2011 | Lifestyle | The Phnom Penh Post - Cambodia's Newspaper of Record

    San Francisco-born Denevan studied photography at San Francisco State University. Her photographs have been exhibited in Hong Kong, Paris, London and Los Angeles. In Siem Reap, her work has been shown at the McDermott Gallery in 2006, and at the Grand Hotel d’Angkor in 2007.

    Posted February 25, 2011

  • Masterminds 2011: SF Weekly Recognizes Local Artists - Page 1 - Arts - San Francisco - SF Weekly

    "My interest was in cellphone camera technology and how that's changing our visual language and our culture," says Shear, 26, who graduated from San Francisco State University in 2008 with an emphasis on painting. "It's the immediacy of private moments that become very public."

    Posted February 16, 2011

  • PR-USA.net - 22nd Annual California Conference for the Advancement of Ceramic Art

    The following are the current schools who are either returning or brand new to the conference in 2011: Academy of Art University, American River College, Cabrillo College, California College of the Arts, CSU Chico, CSU Fullerton, Chabot College, College of Marin, College of the Redwoods, Cosumnes River College, Cypress College, Davis High School, Delta College, Diablo Valley College, Emerson Junior High School, Humboldt State College, Los Medanos, Foothill College, Fresno State, Fresno City College,...

    Posted February 10, 2011

  • German-American artist's visa experience inspires art in Belmont - San Jose Mercury News

    Sines, from San Mateo, has had a long career as a fine and commercial artist. He has degrees in fine arts and creative writing from San Francisco State.

    Posted January 31, 2011

  • "A Contemporary Look" At Lyme Art Association - Courant.com

    Reed has collaborated with over two hundred artists during a professional career that has spanned over thirty-five years. His work is included in many public and corporate collections, including the New York Public Library; the University of Nebraska Museum; the Achenbach Print Foundation, San Francisco; the Housatonic Museum of Art; the Smithsonian Institute and the Tamarind Institute. Reed received his undergraduate degree from the University of Missouri, Kansas City and his Masters from San Francisco...

    Posted January 27, 2011

  • Elisa Stephens: An Artist Ahead of Her Time

    If you live in San Francisco or have ever visited the city, you surely have been touched by Ruth Asawa. Her work is featured all over the Bay Area, including the Hyatt Regency in downtown San Francisco, Ghirardelli Square, Japantown, and San Francisco State University. Her work is also part of the art collections at the de Young Museum, Guggenheim, and Whitney Museum of American Art, the Chase Manhattan Bank in New York, San Jose Museum of Art, and the Oakland Museum of California.

    Posted January 25, 2011

  • CampusMemo: In Memoriam

    Professor of Art and head of the Conceptual and Information Arts program Stephen Wilson passed in his sleep Jan. 10, at the age of 66.

    Posted January 20, 2011

  • Window on Pinellas, Jan. 8

    Marty Balin, founding member of the psychedelic rock band Jefferson Airplane, will perform at Studio 212 during an unveiling of his paintings this Saturday.

    Balin, 68, is not only a musician and songwriter, he attended San Francisco State University to study art and to become a painter.

    Posted January 10, 2011

  • Art briefs: Jan. 9 » Knoxville News Sentinel

    The work of artist Maritza Perez Becerra is displayed this month in Morristown's Rose Center.

    A native of Cuba, Becerra has a master's in fine arts from San Francisco State University and now lives in New Market.

    Posted January 10, 2011

  • Jefferson Airplane founder Marty Balin shares music, artwork in Tarpon - St. Petersburg Times

    As for his art, Balin said he has been painting for as long as he can remember. He even went to San Francisco State University initially to be a painter.

    Posted January 3, 2011

  • Beate Bruhl: Professional Artist & Community Theatre Volunteer - Benicia, CA Patch

    "I came to California in 1980," said Brühl. " I started art school in Germany, finished my BA in art at San Francisco State University, and received a Graduate Degree in Design from Syracuse University, Syracuse NY. "

    Posted January 3, 2011

  • Coronado Eagle & Journal

    Green was an art major at San Francisco State University, where she graduated in 2000. Her second major was in classical archeology, where she studied design elements from Ancient Greece, Italy, Mesopotamia and Egypt.

    Posted January 3, 2011

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