Monthly Archives: April 2022
STUDENTS! TODAY is your final reminder to submit your work for Spring Show! Here is the link to find submission instructions and the form: https://academyixd.com/springshow/
PLEASE bear in mind that the deadline is TODAY, April 25th, NO EXTENSIONS, and the Spring Show will be held in person this year on May 17th 2022 at The Cannery.
Hey Students! Spring Show 2022 is here! You’ve seen the posts (hopefully) by now and have submitted your projects. If not, here is the link to find submission instructions and the form.
PLEASE bear in mind that the deadline is April 25th, NO EXTENSIONS, and the Spring Show will be held in person this year on May 17th 2022 at The Cannery. Get excited!
Hey students! Chinatown Media & Arts Collaborative (CMAC) is proud to present its inaugural event, Neon Was Never Brighter: A Glimpse Into the Future, the first ever contemporary art festival in San Francisco’s Chinatown. To kick-off APA Heritage Month, this free, multi-sensorial outdoor experience will showcase art activations created from diverse media such as performance, sculpture, interactive sound, site-specific installation, film, music, fashion, virtual reality, scent and dance.
SATURDAY APRIL 30, 2022
Event starts at 800 Grant Ave., San Francisco California, 3pm – 10pm
Presented by: Chinatown Media & Arts Collaborative
Autonomous Region, Bijun Liang, Billy Ola Hutchinson, Brian Singer, Chet Canlas, Corey Tong, Danny Clay, Dorothy Quock, Haoyun Erin Zhao, Felicia Lowe, Fernanda D’Agostino, Heesoo Kwon, James Q. Chan, Knxout, Laura Hyunjhee Kim, Lauren Lee McCarthy, LionDanceME, Mark Baugh-Sasaki, Miche Wong, Mike Arcega, Paolo Asuncion, Penelope Wong, Rice Rockettes, Summer Mei Ling Lee, Theresa Wong, Tony Remington, Victor Tung, Yosh Han
Curated by Candace Huey
As a testament to the neighborhood’s longevity and posterity, Neon Was Never Brighter seeks to explore the lifeblood of Chinatown, harnessing the power of art and culture to advance the social and economic recovery of the neighborhood, as well as the shaping of a more inclusive and just society.
Neon Was Never Brighter is the inaugural event in CMAC’s multi-year slate of arts, media, and cultural programming in Chinatown, culminating in the Spring 2025 opening of Edge on the Square, the region’s first permanent Asian Pacific Islander contemporary art and media hub. CMAC envisions Edge on the Square as a transformative addition to the neighborhood, both complementing the area’s legacy restaurants and businesses, and spurring local economic development.
Learn more and see the program at NeonWasNeverBrighter.org.
Hey students! The KP Digital team is launching an effort to bring on 30 new grads over the course of the next few months. Their team will be hosting 3 information sessions this week (starting today!) highlighting KPD and the exciting opportunities that are ahead. Registration for the events can be found here.
Visit the embedded site above for more information! Good luck!
Hey Students! Fashion’s student run club, Beyond the Front Row, is hosting a design competition to raise awareness and support for Ukraine. It is open to all students.
Over the past few weeks, the world has watched as Russian forces invaded Ukraine. Watching from half a world away, it’s hard not to feel helpless and frustrated.
In an endeavor to contribute to efforts for peace, Beyond the Front Row is organizing an art competition – ‘#ArtistsForArtists’ – aimed towards supporting the cause of artists, artisans and designers in Ukraine.
The winner gets to see their artwork printed on merchandise and sold to raise funds for Ukraine. The winning artwork will also be featured on Academy of Art University buildings.
• Entries must follow the competition theme #ArtistsForArtists, centered around support of positivity and peace.
• Competition is open to all students.
• Photography & Digital Arts are included but video is excluded. Hand rendered submissions must be scanned.
• Files must be in JPG format.
• Files may not exceed 3MB.
• Images may only be entered
• There is no limit to the number of images that an artist can submit, however, each image will be considered a single submission.
Complete your registration before the 7th of April by clicking this link. Submit all artwork to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line ‘#ArtistsForArtisits – Submission_StudentID‘ by the 16th of April. Good luck!
Hey Students! Spring Show 2022 is officially here! You’ve seen the posts (hopefully) by now and have your projects ready – so here is the link to find submission instructions and the form.
PLEASE bear in mind that the deadline is April 25th, no exceptions, and the Spring Show will be held in person this year on May 17th 2022 at The Cannery. Get excited!