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FACULTY HOLLY TEMPO HAS SOLO SHOW @ 2A GALLERY

Faculty Holly Tempo will present Cardboard Revival, a site-specific installation at @ 2A Gallery.  A reception is scheduled for Sunday, December 15, 2013, 7-10 pm; with the show running through January 26.
 

FACULTY PHIL CHANG AND SIRI KAUR @ COHEN GALLERY

Faculty Phil Chang and Siri Kaur exhibit work in Influenced by the Sun at Cohen Gallery.  The show will run through January 4, 2014. Artists in the show include Phil Chang, Kelly Marie Conder, Emilie Halpern, Anthony Hernandez, Siri Kaur, Bertha Jaques, Jeff Mclane, Matt Shallenberger, elin o’Hara slavick and James Welling. Information: http://www.stephencohengallery.com/cohen-exhibitions/current.html

FACULTY & ALUMNI SHOW @ ONTARIO AIRPORT

Out of Thin Air, curated by Otis alumna Ginger Van Hook, “reflects upon the cultivation of… fine arts in Southern California where the illustrious sunshine creates a unique ambiance and glow in which to paint, plein-air or in-studio, with traditional oils, wood carvings or emerging digital and analogue photography as well as film technologies…”

FACULTY EXHIBITION

Fine Arts faculty Joel Otterson will have a solo exhibition of new sculptural work at Maloney Fine Art.  There will be an opening reception on Friday, November 1, 6-8 pm.  The show will run through December 21.

Siri Kaur

Faculty Siri Kaur 's work is included in Staking Claim: A California Invitational, at the Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego through January 24, 2014.  There will be an opening reception on Friday, October 18, 7-9 pm.

Alex Slade Exhibition

Fine Arts Assistant Chair Alex Slade's solo show of landscape photographs, What City Pattern (Revision 2)?, runs from Sept 7-Oct 26 at Edward Cella Art & Architecture.  The gallery is located at 6018 Wilshire Blvd., LA 90036.

Special Exhibition Event:  In Conversation: Alex Slade and Carole Ann Klonarides, Saturday, October 19, @ 5 pm.

COMPASS: Navigating The Journey to Self-Identity

This internationally curated exhibition features artists, including Fine Arts faculty member Carol Caroompas, who are participating in an internal and external dialog about themselves, others, and how they have navigated their lives within the communities in which they live.  The show runs at the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art through November 16.  There will be a curator's talk by Amy V. Grimm on Saturday, October 26, 2-3 pm and a reception on Saturday, November 2, 6-10 pm.