Posts Tagged ‘academy of art university’

Know Better your Corporate Shuttles: Academy of Art University – A Boxy, White Toyota Scion

Monday, September 24th, 2012

Of course, Scion is a “maker” in its own right, but I don’t know the model name of this one. (IRL,  it’s a Toyota.)

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They have buses too, of course.

You Never Really Realize How Many Art Students There are in San Francisco Until a Fire Alarm Goes Off at the AoAU

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

Thusly:

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The sidewalks of SoMA couldn’t handle all of these Academy of Art University students in SoMA after a recent fire alarm – they were everywhere.

And I thought most AoA-types were up in the Tenderloin.

Anyway, I didn’t realize how many art students San Francisco has these days…

Asawapalooza! Academy of Art University Hosts Ruth Asawa “Roots of an Artist” Film Viewing and Panel Discussion

Tuesday, October 11th, 2011

It all happens Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Deets below.

Ruth Asawa: Roots of an Artist - A Film by Bob Toy

Wednesday, October 12, 2011
6:30PM Doors Open
7:00PM Screening
7:45PM Q&A Panel Discussion

Academy of Art University
Morgan Auditorium
491 Post Street
San Francisco

Special guests for Q&A Panel include:
Aiko Cuneo, daughter of Ruth Asawa
Paul Lanier, son of Ruth Asawa
Lola Fraknoi, Director of Ruth’s Table community program
Bob Toy, filmmaker
Susan Stauter, Artistic Director, SFUSD

Admission is free!
Seating is limited, come early

Sponsored by:
The School of Art Education
The Department of Liberal Arts

No Way: Academy of Art University Students Get to Go On Field Trips?

Thursday, July 14th, 2011

(I haven’t been on a field-trip in donkey’s years.)

Wonder where the AoA stus were going to.

It was a wonderful adventure, I’m sure…

OMG, the 2011 Annual Spring Show Just Opened at the Academy of Art University at Van Ness and Washington

Friday, May 27th, 2011

Haven’t dropped by this year just yet ’cause the locale always seems to be uphill from wherever I am, but you, well, here are all the deets if you want to check things out.

Open House is on June 4, 2011 and the whole shebang ends on August 15th.

See you there!

OMG, It’s Time for the Annual “Epidemic Film Festival” From the Academy of Art University! May 6-7 at the GGT

Wednesday, April 27th, 2011

San Francisco’s Academy of Art University is crowing all about the:

“…upcoming annual Epidemic Film Festival (May 6 – 7), which will feature work from students in our School of Motion Pictures & Television. We are very proud of our students, and are excited to help them showcase their work to a broad and diverse audience.

The film festival is Friday, May 6, from 4–8 p.m. at the Golden Gate Theatre on 1 Taylor St. Industry panels are Saturday, May 7, 10 a.m.–6 p.m. at the Academy’s Morgan Auditorium, 491 Post St.

Admission is free to the public, but space is limited, so please RSVP at the following URL to get tickets: http://www.academyart.edu/050611-epidemic-film-festival.html.”

All the deets:

See you there!

Yay, It’s the New “Atelier” (That Rhymes, BTW) from the Academy of Art University on New Montgomery

Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

All right, first up:

An atelier is an artist’s studio or workroom.”

O.K. then.

Now, the news of the day is our Academy of Art University opening up some retail space 79 New Monty in the SoMA:

“We’re pleased to announce the opening of the Academy of Art University Atelier – a unique retail gallery space dedicated to showcasing the creative work of our students and alumni, where all profits will benefit the University’s Student Scholarship Fund.”

And best of all, it’s “ultra-curated,” baby. Per Carolyne Zinko and/or Cindy Ha, this new AAU joint:

“…showcases students’ work, including home decor, art, clothes for men, women and children, and jewelry. A few faculty and alumni, such as Gr.dano, are also included.”

Everybody on the scene is young, thin, and attractive so of course I fit right in. (And they looooove wearing black (lots and lots and lots of black), just like me!)

And everything you see here is on sale:

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Bon courage, AoA Atelier!