Art Department News
Cypress College Art Department's dedicated faculty and staff, and alumni are also well-respected professional animators, artists, community organizers, curators, designers, filmmakers, historians, illustrators, musicians, and writers. Here is what they are up to...
Professor Rema Ghuloum will be an Artist in Residence at the Joan Mitchell Center, New Orleans in Spring of 2018
June, 2018 | Faculty News
Professors Molly Schulps and Mary Beierle included in Subversive Flower at NCECA
March 13, 2018 | Faculty News
"Subversive Flower" is an exhibition opening in March at NCECA in Pittsburg, PA. The exhibition stages sculptural and functional ceramics that celebrates and questions our contemporary culture using botanical metaphors in a variety of creative processes. Sandra Torres, CJ Niehaus, Mallory Wetherell, Carrie Longley, Molly Schulps, CJ Jilek, Carol Gouthro, Julia Feld, Eva Champagne, Mary Beierle. Organized by Mary Beierle and Cj Jilek.
Professor Janet Owen Driggs joins the Advisory Committee for Visual Beyond Words USC Keck School of Medicine
Feb 2018 | Faculty News
Janet Owen Driggs joins the Advisory Committee for Visual Beyond Words, which runs February–May 2018 at the Institute for Genetic Medicine Art Gallery at the USC Keck School of Medicine. Created by artist-veteran Phyllis T. Miller and Las Vegas gallerist Grace Bryan, Visual Beyond Words incorporates a gallery installation, a speaker series, and educational programs to generate an arena for civilian/veteran collaboration, empowerment, and the honoring of our shared and individual histories. Image: Phyllis T. Miller: The Price of Freedom
Professor Paul Paiement Exhibiting New Work at Palazzo del Bargello - Museo della Balestra, in Gubbio, Italy
January 14, 2018 | Faculty News
Professor David Anderson's Work Included in Group Exhibition at La Luz de Jesus
December, 2017 | Faculty News
Alumnus Debbie Magyar Participates in Residency in Jingdezhen, China and Exhibits in “Found in Translation” at the Mufei Gallery
November, 2017 | Alumni News
Alumnus Brian Akenoh Performs At Pump 2017
Oct 28, 2017| Alumni News
Cannibalistic Caterpillar performing at the Long Beach PUMP Sound & Arts festival. October 20th, 2017. Cannibalistic Caterpillar is a sound and vision project by Justin Scheid and Brian Akenoh.
Professor Gretchen Potts Presents an Installation at Pump 2017
October 2017| Faculty News
Professor Kaleeka Bond Opens Solo Exhibition at Mt. San Jacinto College
Sept 2017| Faculty News
Professor Joyce Patti's Illustration on the cover of UNO Magazine
Sept 2017| Faculty News
Professor Joyce Patti Commissioned to Illustrate for the University of Washington
Sept 2017| Faculty News
Professor Paul Paiement in Art & Cake
July 4, 2017 | Faculty News
Paul was featured in the article Studio Visit: Paul Paiement, Synthetic Hybrid Spirituality. "Reconciliation is a form of spiritual practice; to reconcile opposites, differences, and perceptions. For Paul Paiement it is a philosophical conundrum from which his visual language arises. Paul’s paintings hybridize the ‘man made’ synthetic elements of ‘culture’ with the natural world and by so doing arrive at deeply felt paintings that explore the space between those two worlds and visualizes them as part of the same natural order." - Gary Brewer, Art & Cake
Professor Ed Giardina and Alumnus Nadia Afghani's "Psychic Barber" Opens in Colorado Springs Museum
May 3, 2017 | Faculty & Alumni News
Their Psychic Barber was featured on the covers of both the Independent and the Gazette in Colorado Springs. The Psychic Barber project was included in an exhibition titled "Cybercy" at UC Colorado Springs Museum.
Professor Ed Giardina and Alumnus Nadia Afghani's "Double Blind" Opens at Pro Arts in Oakland, CA.
Feb, 2017 | Faculty & Alumni News
Professor Emeritus Michael Johnson Profiled in the Orange Review
November/December 2016 | Faculty News
Professor Ed Giardina and Alumnus Nadia Afghani Discuss Their New Project "Evasion Yoga" at RMCAD
July 16, 2016 | Faculty & Alumni News
Professor Janet Owen Driggs sat on Bard MAT program panel to discuss "How Can Black Mountain College Matter to Schools Today?
April 16, 2016 | Faculty News
Janet Owen Driggs and Rojelio Cabral of #thatsSOradped sat on a panel organized by the Bard Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program, to discuss the question: "How Can Black Mountain College Matter to Schools Today? An Arts & Education Roundtable, the discussion was organized to coincide with the Hammer Museum’s exhibition Leap Before You Look: Black Mountain College 1933-1957
Professor Molly Schulps's Solo Exhibition "predator and prey" Opens at Bunny Gunner in Joshua Tree
April 2016 | Faculty News