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LCAD Animation BFA Alumnus Jonah Huang shares a sneak peek of his animated film. 

jahonah:

so i haven’t updated this tumblr in forever. it’s filled with really old (awful!) work. anyway, here are some choice moments from my film i’ve been working on. it’s almost in sequence, but i had to cut out a few scenes to adhere to tumblr’s strict image guidelines without sacrificing too much quality. how do gifs work again?

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LCAD BFA Drawing + Painting student Magdalena Nilges shares her painting progress. 

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Time-lapse of “A Dry Sea

MALN.

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lcadmfa:

LCAD MFA and BFA Instructor F. Scott Hess’s The Paternal Suit: Heirlooms from the F. Scott Hess Family Foundation is currently on view through October 5th at Long Beach Museum of Art

The Paternal Suit: Heirlooms from the F. Scott Hess Family Foundation consists of more than 100 paintings, prints, and objects assembled by contemporary Los Angeles artist F. Scott Hess. The exhibit, which will run through October 5, will be presented as legitimate historical artifacts, supported by photographs, documents, and historical ephemera. Each object and artwork bears an artist’s name and detailed provenance and has been executed in the style of the century from which it originates. Sculpture, ceramics, furniture, toys, newspaper clippings, historic photographs, guns, and costumes advance the story.

Hess does not claim authorship for the majority of works on display. Instead, he ascribes to them fictional artists, referring to himself as the Director of the “F. Scott Hess Family Foundation.” A film by Susan Carney and Shirin Bazleh will also be part of the exhibition. The film includes interviews with Hess at his home in Los Angeles, insight into his creative process, still images of works in the exhibition, and an overview of the captivating history of his paternal family side.

The exhibition follows Hess’s ancestral lineage from 17th century England to the Puritan settlements of South Carolina and Georgia, where family members became key players in the American Civil War (1861-1865). Through the prism of his ancestry, Hess examines the impact of false history and deception within each generation and throughout society as a whole, and questions the authority of perceived “truths.”

For more info please visit: The Paternal Suit: Heirlooms from the F. Scott Hess Family Foundation

Two members of the LCAD community—LCAD Chair of Fine Arts, Hope Railey and former LCAD student, Vanessa Rothe—will be exhibiting new works at the International Realism Without Borders show at the California Museum of Fine Art this Sept 20th. Rothe co-curated this exhibtion with over 60 figure, landscape, and still life paintings from England, Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France as well as top artists from America. There, from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., LCAD Liberal Arts Professor, Dr. William Havlicek, will present a lecture on his book Van Gogh’s Untold Journey.View the Online Catalog. 
 
Two members of the LCAD community—LCAD Chair of Fine Arts, Hope Railey and former LCAD student, Vanessa Rothe—will be exhibiting new works at the International Realism Without Borders show at the California Museum of Fine Art this Sept 20th. Rothe co-curated this exhibtion with over 60 figure, landscape, and still life paintings from England, Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France as well as top artists from America. 

There, from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., LCAD Liberal Arts Professor, Dr. William Havlicek, will present a lecture on his book Van Gogh’s Untold Journey.

View the Online Catalog

 

LCAD Liberal Arts professor, Dr. William Havlicek is among the artists juried into an upcoming exhibition at the newly redesigned Bistango Gallery Restaurant in Irvine. The exhibition is curated by LCAD Alumna and owner of Studio Gallery (Irvine), Antoinette Sullivan. Here is a link to the calendar of events Dr. Havlicek is involved in through the auspices of CreativeStorytellers publishing: Events Dr. Havlicek is the author of Van Gogh’s Untold Journey and is presently co-authoring a new book on Van Gogh’s sister-in-law, Johanna Van Gogh.

LCAD Liberal Arts professor, Dr. William Havlicek is among the artists juried into an upcoming exhibition at the newly redesigned Bistango Gallery Restaurant in Irvine. The exhibition is curated by LCAD Alumna and owner of Studio Gallery (Irvine), Antoinette Sullivan. 

Here is a link to the calendar of events Dr. Havlicek is involved in through the auspices of CreativeStorytellers publishing: Events 

Dr. Havlicek is the author of Van Gogh’s Untold Journey and is presently co-authoring a new book on Van Gogh’s sister-in-law, Johanna Van Gogh.