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Curriculum Vitae  

ABOUT…………………………………………………………              ………9/19/22 Last updated

 EDUCATION …………………………………………

(2015) The North East School of the Arts……………………………..……………..………………………..………………………..………………………..

(2016) Antonian College Preparatory H.S., San Antonio, TX……………………………..………………………………………………………..………………………..

(2020) School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University, Boston, MA, BFA ……………………………..………………………………

(2022) school of visual arts New York MFA ……………………………..………………………………………………………..………………………..………………………..

 

CURRENT - Freelance - public sculptor -  Art coach …………

 PREVIOUS Employer ……………………………………………………………..……………………………………………………..………………………………………..

 (2022) efdotstudio Production Assistant and Art handler ………………………………………..……………………………………………………..……………

(2022) ​Mela Foundation Technical support and Monitor  ​Dream House new york …………………

(2022) Stevens art foundry San Antonio, TX  fabricator and mold maker……………………………………………………..

(2021) Museum of graffiti Miami Florida  Art handler & Event coordinator 2021………………..………………………………………..

(2021) dd electrics  New York city ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

(2020) The Paint Yard, TPY -San Antonio, TX –  Manager ……………………………………………………..……………………………………………………..

(2019) Artpace, San Antonio, TX -internship to install and de-install fabrication ……………………………………………………..

(2019) Kraft Center monitor tufts University ……………………………………………………..……………………………………………………..

(2019) SMFA ,Welding Shop Monitor,  Boston, MA ……………………………………………………..……………………………………………………..

(2019) Colorado Rocky Mountain School, Internship Carbondale, CO…………………..……………………………………………………..

(2019) The Paint Yard, San Antonio, TPY - TX – Art Public Relations Internship …………………………………………………

(2019) The Paint Yard, San Antonio, TX – Mural Painting Internship……………………………………………………..

(2019) Northeast Construction, San Antonio, TX ……………………………………………………..……………………………………………………..……………..

(2019) Beyond the street Brooklyn New York volunteer ……………………………………………………..……………………………………………………..

(2019) Scholastic gold key Art Finalist, Boston, MA ……………………………………………………..……………………………………………………..

(2019) Penguin Pizza, Boston, MA……………………………………………………………………………………………..

(2018) Crafts Boston Volunteer, Boston, MA ……………………………………………………..……………………………………………………..………………

(2018) Medford Roofing, Medford, MA ……………………………………………..……………………………………………………..

(2018) Tufts University Crafts Center, Manager of Firing, Boston, MA …………………………………………………………………………………………..

(2018) The Paint Yard, Sales assistant,  San Antonio, TX ……………………………………………………..……………………………………………………..

(2017)  SMFA Welding Shop Monitor, ……………………………………………………..……………………………………………………..

(2015) San Antonio Rose Palace, San Antonio, TX ……………………………………………………..……………………………………………………..

(2015) Fiesta Arts Fair Volunteer – Southwest School of Art, San Antonio, TX ……………………………………………………..……………………………

(2014)  St. Padre Pio Catholic Church Nursery, San Antonio, TX …………………………………………..

(2013) Content Under Pressure Volunteer - The Paint Yard, San Antonio, TX ……………………………………………………..…………………………………

(2013) Teen Council Artpace Gallery - San Antonio, TX ……………………………..……………………

(2013) Fiesta Arts Fair Volunteer – Southwest School of Art, San Antonio, TX ……………………………..…………………………………

(2013) King William Parade - "Go Green" theme Recycling Center Volunteer  San Antonio, TX ……………………………..………………………………

(2013) San Antonio Museum of Art, Family Day Sunday clay instructor, San Antonio, TX ……………………………..………………………………

(2013) Jill Ewing Studio Assistant for , San Antonio, TX ……………………………..………………………………

(2013) Artpace Chalk It Up Volunteer, San Antonio, TX ……………………………..………………………………

​(2000) Blossom Athletic Center,Portfolio chosen for Finalist Show at  San Antonio, TX ……………………………..……………………………………………

 

AWARDS, ELECTED/APPOINTED POSITIONS, FELLOWSHIPS & GRANTS …………………

​(2022)Student senator SVA (new York) 2/5/22……………………………..………………………………

(2019) “The Creative Space” - official videographer and photographer, Boston, MA ………………………………………………

(2019) Exit Gallery - official videographer and photographer, Boston, MA (2019)……………………………..…………………………………………..……………

(2019) Tufts University Skate Sculpture Club Cookout Jam Session Grant, , Boston, MA ………………………………………..………………………………

(2019) Tufts University Skate Sculpture Club – Elected Treasurer, , Boston, MA ……………………………..…………………………………………..……………

(2019) Roadrunner Ceramics, Advanced Throwing Class Scholarship -  San Antonio, TX ……………………………..………………………………

(2018) SMFA SPROM Art Competition Judge - , Boston, MA ……………………………..…………………………..…………

(2018) A2RU Waste Management and Sustainability Conference Scholar (All-expense paid trip and student scholar ……………………………..

(2018) Tufts University representative of , James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA ……………………………..………………………………

2018) Tufts University Skate Sculpture Club (SSC) - Elected Vice President - , Boston, MA, ……………………………..………………………………

(2018) Tufts University Small Metals Club - Elected Vice President - , Boston, MA ……………………………..………………………………

(2018)“Art in the Dark” – Raised the most money - Convention Center, San Antonio, TX ……………………………..………………………………

(2016)Southwest School of Art, Scholarship for Glassblowing class taught by Larry West -  San Antonio, TX ……………………………..……

(2016)Southwest School of Art Scholarship for Throwing Skills class taught by Blake Kennedy San Antonio, TX ………………………..……………

(2016) Artpace Art Gallery Teen Board Fellowship - , San Antonio, TX ……………………………..……………………………..……

(2015) Southwest School of Art,Noelle Hiss Scholar in Ceramics -  San Antonio, TX ……………………………………………

(2015) Teen Board Fellowship - Artpace Art Gallery, San Antonio, TX (2015) Co-Presenter of "Film Guy" in Spotlight Celebration - ………………………McNay Art Institute, San Antonio, TX (2015)…………………………………………..………………………..

(2015) Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) District Art Competition (1st and 2nd place Ceramics) (2015)

(2014) Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) Academic State Art Competition (3rd place Ceramics) ………………… (2014)……………………………..………………………………

(2014) TAPPS Academic State Art Competition (Honorable Mention Onsite Design) (2014)……………………………..………………………………………

(2014) Southwest School of ArtNoelle Hiss Scholar - , San Antonio, TX (2014)……………………………..………………………………………………………..

(2014) Artpace Art GalleryTeen Board Fellowship - , San Antonio, TX (2014)……………………………..………………………………………………………..

(2014) Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, Selected from Artpace to attend National Teen Conference - MA (2014)……………………………..………………………………

(2013) Winston School, San Antonio,Top Student Merit Award in Digital Media II,  TX (2013)……………………………..………………………………

(2013) Winston School, San Antonio Student of the Month - , TX (2013) ……………………………..………………………………………………………..

(2013) Winston School, San Antonio,Top Student Merit Award in Art I –  TX ……………………………..………………………………………………………..

(2013) Winston School, San AntonioTop Student Merit Award in Ceramics – , TX ……………………………..………………………………………………………..

(2013) Winston School, San Antonio,Inaugural National Art Honor Society President -  TX ……………………………..…………………………………

(2013) TAPPS Academic State Art Competition (Qualified Photography and Ceramics for state award) ……………………………..………………………..

(2012) Winston SchoolMVP Six-man Football - , San Antonio, TX ……………………………..…………………

(2012) Winston SchoolBest defensive basketball player - , San Antonio, TX ……………………………..……………………………………………………







 

COLLECTIONS…………………………………………………………………

(2022) 

(2020)

(2018)  Efharis Alepedis Collection 

(2016) John and Monica Trollinger Collection 

(2016) Carlo Garcia/Dr, Kim Ross-Garcia Collection 

(2016)Dr. Charles Karulak Collection 

(2016) Kenneth and Lourdes Saks Collection 

(2016) Chris and Jill Ewing Collection 

(2016) Drs. Jeff and Stephanie Hoefle Collection 

(2016) Taylor Browning-Bates Collection 

(2016) Chris Borth Collection 

 

EXHIBITIONS/COMMISSIONS…………………

(2022) boston Public library featured artist on  art walk 

(2022) open studio SVA's Artist Residency Programs Open Studios: Session two

(2022) open studio SVA's Artist Residency Programs Open Studios: Session one 

 

4/28/22) Sva open studio

12/22/21)Sva open studio 

12/22/21)Sva open studio 

 

Contact under pressure hip hop volume one Summer Kup paint Jam Alamo Studios  San Antonio Texas 2021 exhibition 

(2021)Risk it all birthday Jam  San Antonio Texas    2021 exhibition 

(2021)Eli carteras valise Miami Florida storefront commission ​

(2021)The tavern on Ridge St., Philadelphia 21  

(2021)tuff city  bronx  new York 21 

(2021) Paint Memphis Memphis  Tennessee 2021

(2021) Paint Dallas Dallas Texas 2021

( 2021)Flavors  fashion show San Antonio Texas 2021

(2021) essex modern city San Antonio Texas 21 

2021)The reggae bar San Antonio Texas 21   

(2020) San Antonio art league & museums 16 annual collegiate exhibition (2020)

(2019)“The Uncanny Files” Exhibited in Boston, MA (2019)

(2019) “Vans Benjamin Playground Skate Jam” Skate Sculpture Club Exhibit, Allston, MS (2019) 

(2019)“Broke Down Venice Beach” Skate Sculpture Club Exhibit, SMFA, Boston, MA (2019)

(2019)“Empty Bowls” Ceramics Exhibit - Roadrunner Ceramics, San Antonio, TX (2019)

(2019)“Empty Bowls” Ceramics Exhibit - Southwest School of Art, San Antonio, TX (2019)

(2019) Skate Sculpture Club Exhibit, SMFA, Boston, MA (2019)

(2019) Solo Exhibition - “Exhibiting Everything They Wanted” - Independent Study curated show “311”, SMFA, Boston, MA 

(2018) Performance Art Exhibition - “The Magic School Bus Took a Wrong Turn Down a Demon’s Throat featuring Alberto” as DJ Tufts, University Crafts House, Boston, MA (2018)

(2018) Dorchester Art Project (DAP) Exhibitor and Volunteer, Dorchester, MA (2018) 

(2018) “All Things Consi dered” Metal Exhibition” – SMFA, Boston, MA (2018)

(2018 )“Art in the Dark” Exhibition - Convention Center, San Antonio, TX (2018)

(2018) “Color of the Blind Exhibition” - San Antonio Public Library

(2018)The Paint Yard, San Antonio,The Texas BBQ Cook-off Exhibition -  TX (2018)

(2017)“Window Works” - Dennis Smith Ceramic Studio - Southwest School of Art, San Antonio, TX 

(2017) Edwin Gallery Solo Exhibition - SMFA, Boston, MA (2017)

(2017) “60 minutes of Reggae” - Tufts University WMFO Radio Station, Medford, MA (2017)

(2017) Crafts Boston, Exhibitor and volunteer, Boston, MA (2017)

(2017) Redbird Foundation, Raised $700 from art sales for DWI victims, San Antonio, TX (2017)

(2017) Guest speaker on WMFO Radio station “The Love Shack” - Tufts University, Medford, MA (2017)

(2016)Edwin Gallery Solo Exhibition - SMFA, Boston, MA (2016) 

(2016)  Freshman Auditorium Show - SMFA, Boston, MA (2016) 

(2016) President’s Cabinet Exhibition “Silver War” - SMFA, Boston, MA (2016)

(2015)First Friday “2D on Display”, Blue Star Gallery, San Antonio, TX (2015)

(2015) Exhibitor and Contributor of 100% of art sales to Catholic Charities St. Nicholas Ball, JW Marriott, San Antonio, TX (2015)

(2015)Exhibitor - National Portfolio Day, Austin, TX (2015)

(2014)Exhibited and sold “Isabel” (paper, acrylic, and resin on panel) Southwest School of Art, San Antonio, TX (2014)

(2013) Cinema Chili Bowl fundraiser (was featured on San Antonio KSAT news), San Antonio, TX (2013) 

(2013) Exhibited 2D art in Winston Window Space, San Antonio, TX (2013)

(2013) Exhibited and sold ceramics at the Winston School Gala, San Antonio, TX

 (2013) Represented Winston School and exhibited at ISAS Art Festival, Austin, TX 

(2009) Exhibited “Scooter Mader”-  Opening Art Exhibit at Atique Orthodontics, San Antonio, TX (2009)

 

PUBLICATIONS……………………………………

2022 SVA Student leadership highlights 2021-2022

2022 boston Public library art walk Central square 

2022 art handler june 14 of luck 

( 2022) Fancy Lad Skateboards  beer release party   skateboard run of 150 

art handler (frozen supplies) re post 2/3/22’

 

(2021) Chinatown forklift art handler publication October 

(2021)​The Observer cocoon a collective reemergence by Madeline Katz 

2021 Pro am Miami Florida 2021 Evolution of hip-hop cat alen ket shout out 

(2021) Texas lemon jam post 2021

 (2021)satx graffiti  alamo / eaust 2021

(2021) uclamikefranks killer Karen publication right up April 2021

(2021) Colton_valentine_ Southside hoodlum publication June26 2021

(2019) “To be a Man” Skate Sculpture Club Exhibit, SMFA, Boston, MA by 

(2019) Jaycee.henderson piano craft publication April 2019 

(9/27/19) “Broke Down Venice Beach” Skate Sculpture Club, Newsletter and Instagram Posts, SMFA, Boston, MA 

(2017)Featured in Season One, Issue One - Metalsmith Tech Magazine 

(2015) “San Antonio for Dummies” zine illustrated - The Brick Gallery at Blue Star Complex, San Antonio, TX (2015)

(2015) Established Alamo Artworks trademark 

 

LECTURES, WORKSHOPS & ADDITIONAL 

 

2022 For Lyfe entertainment mainstage volunteer  Boston freedom rally




 

(2022) NYC INFERNO & BUTTERMILK 420 FARMS & NEW WOMENS SPACE CANNABIS WORKSHOP Volunteer 8/10/22

 

Youtube certified 


 

SKILLS TRAINING ​YouTube certified …………………………………………………………

(2022) Jessica Ramos Cannabis resource fair

17videos classes  MIT 9.13 The Human Brain,  Instructor: Nancy Kanwisher   5/1/22 

Instructor: Nancy Kanwisher

Magic Secrets Revealed   80/130 

“Broke Down Venice Beach” Mural Painting Workshop, Skate Sculpture Club, SMFA, Boston, MA (2019)

Guest Speaker - solicited funding for future teen art programs – Artpace, San Antonio, TX (2019)

Doughnut Festival Workshop volunteer, Underground Murals, Boston MA (2019)

Skate Sculpture Club Annual Skateboard Cutting Demo, SMFA, Boston, MA (2019)

Illustration and Advertising for “311”, SMFA, Boston, MA (2019)

Reduction Cone 10 firing - Roadrunner Ceramics, San Antonio, TX (2019)

Artists Talk - Metals - SMFA at Tufts University, Boston, MA (2018)

A2RU Waste Management and Sustainability Conference - “Building a Conversation Around Food”- James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA (2018)

Guest speaker “Building Brave Spaces - ICA International Convening - three day conference, Boston, MA (2018)

Guest Speaker – “24 Hour Day”, SMFA, Boston, MA (2018)

Throwing Demo - Jerry's Art Arama, San Antonio, TX (2018)

Screen printing demonstrations and Fiesta Arts Fair Volunteer, Southwest School of Art, San Antonio, TX (2015)

Throwing demo for incoming students - North East School of the Arts, San Antonio, TX (2015)

Hand-building class taught by Dennis Smith - Southwest School of Art, San Antonio, TX (2015)

Teen Studio Intensive Art Program with Julia Barbosa Landois - Southwest School of Art, San Antonio, TX (2015)

Southwest School of Art Scholarship for MW evening class for entire school year, Bee Nation, San Antonio, TX (2015) 

Saturday Discovery Program in Ceramics - Southwest School of Art, San Antonio, Texas (2015)

Teen Council Window Works, Artpace Art Gallery, San Antonio, TX (2015)

Attended National Portfolio Day - The Woodlands, TX (2015)

Pin making and collaging demonstration at Artpace Teen Night, San Antonio, TX (2014) 

Coppini Academy of Fine Arts - Live Figure Drawing classes for entire year, San Antonio, TX (2014)

Screen printing demonstration at Artpace Teen Night, San Antonio, TX (2013)

Artist Talk, ISAS Art Festival, Austin, TX (2013)

Artpace Hudson Showroom, San Antonio, TX (2013)

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Favorite movies in no particular 

Tommy the pinball Wizard    Days of future past The Cabin in the Woods


 

Envy with jack black Envy with jack black Inception    Enter the void    All the Mr. bean movies   Alien code

School of rock      Dogtown       The matrix 1234      Night at the museum  scary movie 1 2 3 4 5  Face off      National treasure        Glitch in the matrix Et      How high     Half baked    Zoolander   Cheech and ChongCheech and Chong    Van diesel triple X     Eagle eye   51st dates    Toy soldier      Tron Legacy    Wargames     The Truth About Cats & Dogs

 

tv shows 

Books 

 

The Lives of the Most Excellent Painters, Sculptors, and Architects, by Giorgio Vasari, Modern Library, 2006

The Lost Notebook of Édouard Manet, by Maureen Gibbon, W. W. Norton & Co., 2021

The New Negro: An Interpretation, by Alain Locke, Touchstone, 1999

The White Album, by Joan Didion, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2009

The Holy Barbarians, by Lawrence Lipton, Martino Fine Books, 2010

Arabian Nights, The Book of the Thousand and One Nights, Burton Club, Special Edition, 1950

Creation, by Gore Vidal, Vintage, 2002

The Prince, by Nicollò Machiavelli, Penguin Classics, 2003

Artemisia Gentileschi and Feminism in Early Modern Europe, by Mary D. Garrard, Reaktion Books, 2020

Utopia, by Thomas More, Introduction by China Miéville, Essays by Ursula K. Le Guin, Verso, 2016

The Histories, Herodotus, Penguin Classics, 2015

Natural History, by Pliny the Elder, 77-79; re-released by Pliny the Younger, 1669, Penguin Classics, 1991

Tudors, by Peter Ackroyd, Thomas Dunne Books, 2012

The Dream Life of Balso Snell, by Nathaneal West, Green Light, 2011

Selected Poems, by Langston Hughes, Vintage Classics, 1990

The Essential Rumi, Translation by Coleman Barks, HarperOne, 2004

I Modi (The Ways) or The Sixteen Pleasures, by Marcantonio Raimondi, 1524

Oscar Wilde Writing Double Feature: The Picture of Dorian Gray, by Oscar Wilde, Signet, 2007; Oscar Wilde and Ancient Greece, by Iain Ross, Cambridge University Press, 2015 

Xenia & Xenaphobia: The Odyssey, by Homer, Translated by Emily Wilson, W.W. Norton & Co., 2018; Ulysses, by James Joyce, Vintage Re-issue Edition, 1990; Contempt, by Alberto Moravia, Translated by Angus Davidson, New York Review Book, 1999; Circe, by Madeline Miller, Little, Brown & Co., 2018

Malleus Maleficarum 1484

 

HOBBIES………………………………………

​Fashion/apparel design digital/multimedia resources design arts management studies Digital communication Psychology literature Music history, literatures, theory Cultural anthropology History Foods, nutrition, and wellness studies Creative writing Urban studies/affairs Biological and physical sciences Philosophy Voice and opera Dance Environmental studies Sociology Music theory and composition Stringed instruments  Human resources management/personnel administration


 

Networking Digital Media  Filmmaking  Photography Ceramics - Hand Building & Throwing Glass Blowing  Acrylic Painting Skateboarding & Scootering  Biking Musical Instruments Art festivals, Jazz, Reggae and Classic Rock concerts, Movies.

 

​Domestic Travel 

Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Georgia, New York, New Jersey, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Illinois, Indiana, Colorado, Arizona, Nevada, California, New Mexico, Minnesota, Massachusetts, Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Arkansas International Travel to Canada, Mexico, Belize, Grand Cayman, Honduras, Bahamas, Barbados, Jamaica, US Virgin Islands, British Virgin Islands, Turks & Caicos, Guatemala, Mexico, United Kingdom, France, Belgium, Estonia, Germany, Russia, Finland, Denmark, and Sweden.


 

Things still to add 

Piano performance harsh noise Bubbles in Bella Abzug Park Bella Abzug Park (Block 3) 542 W 36th St, New York, NY 10018 2022

Evan Peltzman was kind enough to share his packing guidelines doc with you which you can peruse if you are unable to attend today's demo 5-17-22

Fuck life follow your dream tuff city new York 5/14/22 teaching spray paint class 

Flex bus painter art handler publication 5/22 

Chinatown forklift art handler publication October 2021

Antonian College Preparatory H.S., San Antonio, TX (May 2016)

 

Currently MFA student at the school of visual arts New York 2023

 

New York, NY (Magna Cum Laude)

RESIDENCIES

 

AWARDS

AWARDS, ELECTED/APPOINTED POSITIONS, FELLOWSHIPS & GRANTS …………………

​Student senator SVA (new York) 2/5/22

​“The Creative Space” - official videographer and photographer, Boston, MA (2019)

Exit Gallery - official videographer and photographer, Boston, MA (2019)

Skate Sculpture Club Annual Cookout Jam Session Grant, Tufts University, Boston, MA (2019)

Skate Sculpture Club – Elected Treasurer, Tufts University, Boston, MA (2019) 

Advanced Throwing Class Scholarship - Roadrunner Ceramics, San Antonio, TX (2019)

SPROM Art Competition Judge - SMFA, Boston, MA (2018)

A2RU Waste Management and Sustainability Conference Scholar (All-expense paid trip and student scholar representative of Tufts University, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA (2018)

Rock and Roll Full Marathon Finisher, San Antonio, TX (2015) Rock and Roll Half Marathon finisher, San Antonio, TX (2014)

 

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

Sva open studio 4/28/22

Sva open studio 12/22/21

 

Contact under pressure hip hop volume one Summer Kup paint Jam Alamo Studios  San Antonio Texas 2021 exhibition 

Risk it all birthday Jam at the Liquidation Outlet  San Antonio Texas    2021 exhibition 

Eli carteras valise Miami Florida store front commission 


 

mural painting tavern on Ridge St., Philadelphia 21  

tuff city  bronx  new York 21 

Paint Memphis Memphis  Tennessee 2021

Paint Dallas Dallas Texas 2021

Flavors San Antonio Texas 2021

essex modern city San Antonio Texas 21 

The reggae bar San Antonio Texas 21   

San Antonio art league & museums 16 annual collegiate exhibition (2020)

“The Uncanny Files” Exhibited in Boston, MA (2019)

“Benjamin Playground Skate Jam” Skate Sculpture Club Exhibit, Allston, MS (2019) 

“Broke Down Venice Beach” Skate Sculpture Club Exhibit, SMFA, Boston, MA (2019)

“Empty Bowls” Ceramics Exhibit - Roadrunner Ceramics, San Antonio, TX (2019)

“Empty Bowls” Ceramics Exhibit - Southwest School of Art, San Antonio, TX (2019)

Skate Sculpture Club Exhibit, SMFA, Boston, MA (2019)

Solo Exhibition - “Exhibiting Everything They Wanted” - Independent Study curated show “311”, SMFA, Boston, MA (2019)

Performance Art Exhibition - “The Magic School Bus Took a Wrong Turn Down a Demon’s Throat featuring Alberto” as DJ Tufts, University Crafts House, Boston, MA (2018)

Dorchester Art Project (DAP) Exhibitor and Volunteer, Dorchester, MA (2018) 

“All Things Considered” Metal Exhibition” – SMFA, Boston, MA (2018)

“Art in the Dark” Exhibition - Convention Center, San Antonio, TX (2018)

“Color of the Blind Exhibition” - San Antonio Public Library, San Antonio, TX (2018)

The Texas BBQ Cook-off Exhibition - The Paint Yard, San Antonio, TX (2018)

“Window Works” - Dennis Smith Ceramic Studio - Southwest School of Art, San Antonio, TX (2017)

Edwin Gallery Solo Exhibition - SMFA, Boston, MA (2017)

“60 minutes of Reggae” - Tufts University WMFO Radio Station, Medford, MA (2017)

Crafts Boston, Exhibitor and volunteer, Boston, MA (2017)

Redbird Foundation, Raised $700 from art sales for DWI victims, San Antonio, TX (2017)

Guest speaker on WMFO Radio station “The Love Shack” - Tufts University, Medford, MA (2017)

Edwin Gallery Solo Exhibition - SMFA, Boston, MA (2016) 

Freshman Auditorium Show - SMFA, Boston, MA (2016) 

President’s Cabinet Exhibition “Silver War” - SMFA, Boston, MA (2016)

First Friday “2D on Display”, Blue Star Gallery, San Antonio, TX (2015)

Exhibitor and Contributor of 100% of art sales to Catholic Charities St. Nicholas Ball, JW Marriott, San Antonio, TX (2015)

Exhibitor - National Portfolio Day, Austin, TX (2015)

Exhibited and sold “Isabel” (paper, acrylic, and resin on panel) Southwest School of Art, San Antonio, TX (2014)

Cinema Chili Bowl fundraiser (was featured on San Antonio KSAT news), San Antonio, TX (2013) 

Exhibited 2D art in Winston Window Space, San Antonio, TX (2013)

Exhibited and sold ceramics at the Winston School Gala, San Antonio, TX (2013)

Represented Winston School and exhibited at ISAS Art Festival, Austin, TX (2013) 

Exhibited “Scooter Made in Silver”- Grand Opening Art Exhibit at Atique Orthodontics, San Antonio, TX (2009)

 

 

 

Things to add 

Healing Through Literature: Book Conversation and

Creative Writers' Workshop

with Marita Golden

Saturday, October 29, 2022

 2022 SECAC ambassador Baltimore, October 2022.’

 

 

https://www.newcollectorsgallery.com/exhibitions/cocoon

 

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Blake , teacher,artisan, critic  rYou can learn more about blakes, including his Meditation  his newest work: available  Original. This episode is brought to you by: Squarespace - Use offer code: to save 10% on your first site.   Visit and use code at checkout for 30% Off and FREE Shipping on your first order!his website is provided to you in regards to seeing that all the bases are covered in relation to being able to write a statement as well as complete a contemporary artist presentation enjoy I hope everything helps can also reach out directly if you would like to get the A+  Currently remastering this website features are disabled at the moment hyper links and back pages may be disabled please take at face value Method of contact alamoartworks@gmail.com website last edited 3/3/22 / New York City  currently republishing on a new platform stay tune  

 

First New York group show posted below “Connecting the dots” — Alamo Artwork​ Student art exhibition offers a multiplicity of healing and metamorphosis​​ Just when you think the show is over, the metamorphosis complete, you must forge ahead to discover the final installation. “Connecting the dots” by Alamo Artworks hangs on the wall in the restroom. As a culture obsessed with our looks, the restroom is perhaps the most intimate and mundane cocoon we emerge from daily after performing rituals of self-care. It seems only fitting that an exhibition interested in growth and development should end in this unlikely space. The work is a necklace of styrofoam and a meditation on the interconnectedness of seemingly disparate events. It is a game of dominos, a butterfly flapping its wings accompanied by a distant hurricane and the chaos that strings together change. It asks us how we are connected and how we will emerge together. Artists archive of work


 

Outsider info reviews HOW  would you say this another way? I dont understand it- 

OHHHH its a collection of comments to you from your reviewers - right?

 

  • Started in craft 

  • Crafting artistic image is the work about myself or about the work itself

  • Walls as surface to build upon

  • What is visibility/accessibility (skate parks) 

  • Space allowing blake to make his voice 

  • Emphasis on community over profit-reliability, professionalism

  • Graffiti is reflection of painter

  • Freedom space- opportunity for other voices to reflect freely, a voice for felon

  • Going forward: Fluxis, styrofoam, camouflage

  • What persona? What message does it have? Graffiti doesn't have a message other than fame so that must contrast with your emphasis of spreading a message

  • Maximalism vs creating for free 

  • Style - how has lack of painting background affecte current work

  • Blake response= fire extinguishers were unusable, teaching himself graffiti style from around USA to catch up on lack of background

  • Hearing blake speak about his work made it make more sense

  • Blank wall is exciting because it is conceptual

  • False sincerity, are you being honest with yourself? When you are defensive, why are you defensive

  • Take people with you to graffiti 

  • Sort out your personas

  • What model can you follow to bring graffiti into the art world? Activism vs melding the two worlds together

  • Write down your goals/ practice grant writing

  • Your statement is like Reading an avalanche- slow down and reflect, what is the thing your trying to say

  • Which words do I really need which ones should you omit   \

  • To be appreciated you need to first be understood************  This IS the bottom line.

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OHM’s law

current = voltage/resistance (i = v/r)

or

Resistance = voltage/current (r = v/i)

or

Voltage = Resistance * current (v = r*i)

There is a relationship between voltage, current and resistance, discovered by Georg Ohm, a German physicist.

for example, Increase the resistance, less flow.

 

Using above as frame is GREAT - but there needs to be a clear connection between the titles/ framing  and what you write. There is none yet. This writing is recognizably your voice. In some ways this is very cool - in other ways it is not doing the job of communication - its actually doing the opposite: making a wall. Like a wall of rushing wind.

 

Below: I recongnize the way the words are arranged; they dont make any sense yet.  Its Like Words are spinning around an empty space where the meaning might be - like a twister.  All kinds of words whipping around in the storm - the eye of the storm is still–empty. Is this the art itself? Are you after nonsensical feelings? Is this the fluxux part?

 

Part one          current

 

A insiders Performative into a  flux happening 21+

 

an embodiment to my understood views and decision to be upholding a  life's experience to seek the desire to translated throughout the informative  information throughout lifes journey  In space time .  With ambitions to one day complete the practice in a defined definition of a collectors decision to confront the series to fill the complete embodiment of ones ability in providing circumstances that translate into lives representation (

 







 

If that was  the fluxus part, why is the word construction the same in this section below? What is the product part?  I read through the jumble to find again a desire for a “blue chip”gallery - but no idea of what you might bring to that. 

 

Part two (working from product )

 

Building up a  Conversation that translates into the unseen aftermath of these dissolving perceptions towards a life that couldn't be lived. can be held measured to the caliber of  a contemporary Blue chip meteor representation throughout my reinterpreted to the one System in key holding

Bellow:

Im hearing parts of our older conversations - that is fun and wierd to hear it all strung out this way. I read this next section and i think you want to make everything dissolve so you can just walk up the red carpet onto the throne and be the next king by simply dissolving the walls of the system. Like Duchamp or Koons – BUT even they had “things“ to demonstrate where the cracks in the system were. Yours could be your words and your stuff if you can hear yourself - HOW do you hear yourself?

 

What is paper printed on

Part 3 

 

Uphold a movement in relation to dissolving the generosity of these spaces is the meaning to the art world's definition of creativity in 

 

movement present relation with these circumstances  Seeing the last future person of the movement in relation to dissolving liminal rabbit hole)

 

OK.. BELLOW

this is an essay someone heavily edited for you to get in to the Museum School ( SMFA). And then likely SVA.

Im not sure any of this helps you with your thesis proposal.

 

You have to find and commit to the thing you will do- or make - or use the way you talk to perform the current going through your head and body. That, along with your collecting and purging are the most compelling thing I have seen in a long time.

CAN THESE TWO THINGS BE JOINED TO MAKE YOU ART?

 

(You shold know - in this case, and with your resume, nothing before MFA counts. You need to list your BFA and the year you got it and you can list any awards AT graduation in the next line. but that’s it. No shows, or anything before that date)


 

Entering the conversation 

Creating a conversation in the art world starts with knowledge that can be acquired through life experiences or formalized learning. Although apprenticeships are stressed in other countries, I chose to enroll in a state of the art traditional classroom setting at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts, a world-class, university city with a vibrant art community. Attaining an interdisciplinary bachelors degree in fine arts allows me to use various mediums, from 2D to 3D to VR, in order to better understand the subjective nature of art. Students from all over the world gather in Boston to discuss their unique cultures and viewpoints on 21st century topics. 

STEP ONE: LEARNING FROM THE CONVERSATION 

Weekly critiques in college allow me to have a better understanding of my art through other artist’s reactions, feelings, and points of view. It is from these critiques that I hone my perspective of the conceptual aspects of settings and time 

in today’s art world and navigate through small box galleries to slowly build my name, eventually working my way towards a broader audience.

 

STEP TWO; CONTINUING THE CONVERSATION

My mission is to convey my knowledge to future art students and channel their vision so they can best continue their conversation with all things considered.

Artist Statement   - "My work is a space for nature to inhabit. While these works are documented in spacetime, in a question for function in active settings, the documents live as matter to carry out a conversation into sustainability addressing  problems to remediate while challenging the inherent qualities of the material and how society constructs material norms  as well as having work equally respectful and challenging as it acknowledges the space before providing to nature."

Blake Oliva Artist Statement

Intention, Importance and Interpretation of Artwork.

 

I want to provoke conversations that challenge the inherent characteristics of society. My art disrupts perpetuated norms to acknowledge that the alpha governs over even the most vulnerable. While upholding my appreciation for art, I do not and will not hurt myself, the people around me, or the environment any further. When being the maker and only working within the environment and its rules, an acknowledged negotiation of respect must be considered.  

My story began the second I entered american sculptor, Jerry Mckenna’s studio. As a 13 year old boy, I was fascinated with his sculptures made from wax welding and castings of bronze. While viewing his work, I was in awe and was very impressed with how he was received by other people. I had met Jerry through an invitation for my parents to a Notre Dame football watch party, in Jerry’s home. The opportunity to see his work was of the utmost honor. Jerry was a modest artist. His beautiful home and creations allowed me to understand that only a dream leads to these accomplishments. He does what he loves and his statues are seen today on the Notre Dame campus, as thousands of people walk by. He inspired me to see the behind the scenes work that I could never understand. When I asked him, he instilled the idea that art is in the beauty of God’s eyes. This experience of meeting Jerry carried on with me and impacted me to become the artist I am today. 

 

Art has always been around, although it was never considered to be a profession in the people’s eyes that I was around with. Growing up, I was always asked “What would you like to be when you grew up? What’s your favorite class?” My first response was that art was always number one and math was second. Seeing how people reacted to my first response, I decided that people don’t take my choices seriously, so I won’t bother with their judgements. During childhood, we begin to see things differently, but to me, I believe in respecting one’s true intentions and those who choose different paths than us.

 

From seventh grade going into eighth grade, I transitioned from public school to private school. Switching schools gave great positive outcomes. I had the opportunity to play sports --football, basketball, and track, while still deeply engaged in the arts. In the first week of ninth grade, during varsity football practice, I broke my left hand pinky catching a football over my head. The coach did not show support when one of his players got injured. This led me to realize what my priorities were - to fully dive into art.

My former upper class art teacher, Jill Ewing, helped me discover potential opportunities in the art world. With her guidance, I was able to submit work to TAPPS (Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools) art competition. I placed District in ceramics and went to State. I established the first Art Honor Society at school and was elected as the first president.

Sophomore year I took every recommendation opportunity that arose from Jill. She directed me to Southwest School of Art. Although I was only 17 then, with Jill Ewing’s blessing and letter of recommendation, I met artist and ceramist, Dennis Smith at the Southwest School of Art. Dennis Smith was allowed to take his community advanced throwing class for adults. The classes were held in the newly built Dennis Smith studio. Dennis taught me several ways to use and improve my techniques on the potter's wheel and most importantly, how to approach/appreciate the work, as well as exposing me to a very diverse art community with opportunities from various artists. 

 

Jill also suggested applying to Artpace Teen Council, to be a part of Bee Nation, an art after school program. The Artpace was created to create solutions within the community that procured vandalism. I became fortunate to be one one of ten students around San Antonio on the Artpace Teen Council under Taylor Browning, my Artpace supervisor. I soon became one of fifteen chosen on the Southwest School of Art Bee Nation-- both after school programs. 

I saw a different side of San Antonio, when I frequently visited downtown. The occasional field trip to the Alamo or Fiesta turned to an annual occasion in my life. There were such beautiful works created and displayed downtown, enveloping the culture I wanted to represent. I remember going into The Paint Yard, and meeting cool artists and viewing murals on the walls. At a very early age of my art career, it showed me how the impression these works have had on the community. These works of art had me stop and walk into The Paint Yard, the outside aesthetic drawing me in. My first impression was how wonderful opportunities could be presented here, seeing a wall of spray painted murals, with an art gallery to the left. The conversations and collaborations held between mutual artists left me in amazement and encouraged me. Graffiti artists Exhaust and Skunk understood the importance of the Artpace Teen Council and how the whole existence of the council was to generate an understanding of respect for the surrounding youth to realize and respect the museum, despite cravings for vandalism. 

 

Soon after, I found an ad for a scholarship to continue art classes and was selected to take classes at Southwest School of Art until the age of 21. The recommendations and advice of my new peers to continue applying myself lead me to apply to NESA (North East School of Art) a recognized magnet school that has had a history in high professional turnaround. 

While submitting an application to NESA at the end of sophomore year, I once again applied to the TAPPS competition, going to District and State. 

 

On site design was one of the categories I entered in. I received an honorable mention, using my interpretation of  materials in a masterpiece / narrative conceptual piece with also pottery. 

 

The Chili Bowl events offered a wholesome meal out of a handmade bowl with all proceeds going towards the homeless or to fund the arts. Local TV channel 12 showcased the event including my bowl to ask the public to come and contribute to the arts. Overnight all my bowls were sold. I had no way to track any of the buyers down and no documentation to provide to my portfolio. One thing I understood was that these initial accomplishments reinforced my experience and CV from all the numerous volunteer demonstrations. 

 

I happened to receive an acceptance letter into the magnet program with an abundant portfolio of ceramics. Now being officially held in two block periods, I took Advanced art courses and was held accountable for out of school curricular homework. I first started with the summer requirements: having to paint 15 narrative paintings under full time makers, from naked figure drawings to gallery openings, required critiques, Scholastic Art competition, National portfolio day etc,. 

 

The spring of my junior year in 2014, I was selected to be the male representative from Artpace to attend its first National Teen Convention at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, Massachusetts. It was an all expense paid trip. I shared and presented how child development and art spaces co-exist, creating efforts on rebuilding communities and how to divert the conversation into a contemporary progressive in space time. Under these roofs, the conference was very professional even though the whole thing was all run and surrounded by teens. For me it was important for my surrounding environment to see that I am as dedicated to the point of traveling for my profession and that this opportunity showed the surrounding individuals would do the same. 

 

In my senior year, I switched to my family’s alma mater, Antonian College Preparatory High School. A different school in another district and division brought me back to basic art classes, TAPPS, charities, and opportunities. I happened to be the first student in the history of ACP to take an Arts II Credit and Digital Media Credit Credit. These classes in particular allowed me to master my portfolio for National Portfolio Day. And in TAPPS I placed in District and State once again but under a different district comparing d/1 to d/5 .

 

A private art event called National Portfolio Day hosted schools to do portfolio readings in hindsight. Before applying to art schools, I was previously required to be evaluated the year before through NESA and it became the seizing moment of opportunity. My work was very well received and an amazing opportunity came knocking at my door- I got accepted to the School of Museum of Fine Art. The Antonian recognized the benefit this provided me, which in return, the visual arts department budget was raised. 

 

It was easy to decide to attend the School of the Museum of Fine Art (SMFA) at Tufts University. I understood I could be a part of something that is never going to happen again. Attending a school with a multi-disciplinary approach to an art degree, in a city overflowing with college students, eager to create, discuss, and debate, had been the perfect environment to learn and share. I partook in great opportunities from giving the school higher budgets and being on the founding team that established the Skate Sculpture Club- the number one funded and most active club on campus.

 

The community gathering that met up every Friday 12-2pm in front of 230 Fenway, presented a sculpture that invoked imagination for function. The options were in consideration was to be skated and considered any function or interpretation #AllWheelsWelcome.

The current community was to either catch up on lost time or to experience for the first time, skating. The skate club established a mural club and provided outside painting, styles, rubrics and gave students the ability to express themselves with new material to explore and build an appreciation for how and what makes up their environments throughout school. 

 

My brother once told me that perfect timing is a blessing from the Lord. I truly believe that being in the right place at the right time, played a key role in the development of me becoming the artist that I am today. Although being intimidated by the arts when younger, what I have found through my classes at Tufts was astonishing. In child development courses at Tufts between the ages of four and six, artists are discouraged and by the age of eight, they lose all inspiration for imagination and regain it at the age of 80, it is called the U Effect  for the abstract is passed off for hyper realistic. 

 

I remembered a math teacher asking me about my future plans in life in third grade and I responded that I planned to wander the world in a Volkswagen bus painting portraits . At the young age of six, I had already decided what I wanted to do for the rest of my life.   Somewhere between those years I fell short and discouraged from pursuing a career in the arts but when recalling back to earlier years, in second grade, I was chosen to represent the Roan Forest Elementary Art program Scholastic Art program held at Blossom Athletic Center. At Frank Tejeda Middle School. I was picked to showcase work during the opening of Antique Orthodontics. The compliments received from those initial teachers further fueled the flames to this dream. 

 

After 120 college credits, there was another National Portfolio Day to prepare from graduating school a semester early. I knew I was going to use this time to prepare for grad school. My obligation to educate myself was taking the responsibility and understanding materials, culture, and using history to interpret that narrative. The consideration for the elements of style and conceptual theory to go hand-in-hand considered to uphold authenticity in any demeanor of work as true.

 

While returning to my hometown, San Antonio, a semester early, the world faced an ongoing pandemic. It reached American schools, they  closed and started to transition to virtual learning, putting 

people out of business and gave others an opportunity in the current situation. At The Paint Yard, the current manager resigned and the position became available. I applied and was interviewed with the old school cats about the original shop on San Pedro. There was constant talk of where the shop now stands on its third location. This led me to realize what it is to own and hold space even if history has moved on.  To provide someone the experience of a safe and friendly environment as a manager, it reflected the experience of what I once had. 

 

I also understood that the rougher image of an artist’s intentions is produced when observing the graffiti and street art produced. Tremendous opportunities arose when I was offered to be a candidate to paint at various locations around San Antonio. This gave me perspective of working and the relations of labor versus time and expenses. 

As I searched for wall space to paint on, I found that whatever was created would impact the community and no matter if it were the best or newest space, it would become transformative in that every shape or piece placed on the space would have an impression and uplift someone positively. And in time, the responses from the art would shape the artist’s life choices and inner self. 

 

Through my connections and a bold move, I found myself driving 16 hours straight to Miami from New York. I ended up at the Museum of Graffiti where I was able to harness the connection that associated myself with the museum. I felt a little lost, but the legends of graffiti reassured me and I knew what I was exactly looking for. I sought clarity from the legends and they extended the offer to kick back and contribute towards the next production. Once again, I gained a new perspective of art. 

 

I am allowing my life to unravel, upon stepping into this reality where being passionate about what you do, won’t feel like work at all. I have the ability to configure mediums and processes to showcase another body of work-- earned through my education. I’d like to go back to primal simplicity and allow viewers of my work to see it for the first time and not want it to be their last. I strive to make a long, lasting impression and hope to inspire many to do the same. 

Hello

I hope that you are doing well!

I appreciate art counseling. I would love to see if we can schedule an appointment soon.  During our conversation, I remember that you offered to look at my art, website, and artist write ups and make recommedations. I have been working tremendously on getting the material ready. I have come as far as I can and now need to understand where it can go from here. I am open to virtual calls as well as in person or just through email … whatever you're comfortable with.

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Required links to watch before 

 

Opening clause being the relation between your self and the object having the ability to surpass the copyright and to break the seal to uphold the knowledge within space-time example being not being able to market this product without the variable past its shelf life but providing an opportunity for the viewer to break their own understanding of what it is to buy something that you can't establish to understand until several decades later 

This work derives from the consciousness of understanding one's ability to provide Intel further into an artist practice listed below in order of how I would like my viewer to presumably take that journey to draw points along the way and understanding what is being understood debunked considered

At the top of the food chain I come up with what seems to be the eye of the storm the relationship towards something that is on the back of the dollar bill that I at the top of a pyramid thinking about what it is that draws conclusions and insight into man's presumed notions of the truth and who dared to consider otherwise or to provide those entails on other worldly considerations of realities 

Sex drugs and rock 'n' roll everyone knows the "but when you live the lies it makes you think about why you've stuck around so long to think about why anything could matter more at the top of my knowledge I consider the ability to step into different dimensions and realms of consciousness a key component of life's ability to provide the ability and this one's actions to speak forward on their own journey within practice within consideration of furthering my knowledge of certain herbal remedies I came upon a Reddit post that was very popular in 2014 that resurfaced in 2020 I wasn't challenging what I didn't know more than what I knew from the chart to be the last end product looks for yourself connect the dots and relate towards the first and last 

 

Models actors celebrities 


 

According to this vision, all people will be resurrected and, at the Final Judgment, will be assigned to one of three degrees of glory, called the celestial, terrestrial, and telestial kingdoms.


 

Models actors celebrities 

We offer this short guide to the nine circles of Hell, as described in Dante's Inferno.

https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/articles/a-visitors-guide-to-dantes-nine-circles-of-hell/

 

  • First Circle: Limbo. ... 

  • Second Circle: Lust. ... 

  • Third Circle: Gluttony. ... 

  • Fourth Circle: Greed. ... 

  • Fifth Circle: Anger. ... 

  • Sixth Circle: Heresy. ... 

  • Seventh Circle: Violence. ... 

  • Eighth Circle: Fraud

  • Ninth Circle: Treachery


 

19:00

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w2DTEOB5rhk

 

Drugs iceberg 

Of the relation towards understanding one's ability to confront 

Area of interest seeing the ultimatum 

 

https://i.redd.it/oq9niqbp08261.png

 

Seeing how success constructs value in absurd ways of a notion of understanding nothing of relation towards the viewers ability to confront the real

 

Jim Carrey Sounds Off on Icons and More at NYFW 2017 | E! Red Carpet & Award Shows

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JmNKGfFj7w

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MFO6OtnmEDo

 

Shows the relation towards the ability of scarcity within communities that are tied towards big illusions brought by people that are material driven also consideration towards the amount of dollars printed within a certain period of time would circulate a understanding of product placement with the number in circulation tied to certain transactions giving the man big brother an overall understanding of where value truly lies 

 

How to translate the feeling into sound | Claudio | TEDxPerth

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q5yxIzs5Wug

 

The Surprising Secret of Synchronization

 

String Theory and the End of Space and Time with Robbert Dijkgraaf

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0T--WC4D1C0


 

Understanding the source of energy is combined within matter that we all have the ability to manipulate as well as consideration for time travel within placement of thought actions and matched personas of consciousness 

Important perceptions of understanding how linear occurrences within space-time gradually conduct its own pool of gravitational black hole within historical as well as particles Breaking down the perception of your ability to create. And understanding the repercussions of your actions fair within the whole universe seeing that you can have the ability from 2d to a constructive or D 


 

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0117979/

The Truth About Cats & D

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-_VPRCtiUg&t=4s



 

Smash The Mirror - Ann Margret e I'm Free - Roger Daltrey - Legendado

 

A childhood repeat single-handedly watched it over 50 times in a year but when recalling in my later years what I could remember from the movie this clip of the mirror and the water was very distinct I share this clip for the viewer to have that relation with oneself the baptism of freedom 


 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39zx2JY3ebg

 

Parallel Worlds Probably Exist. Here’s Why

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jpiss2IjZIQ

This movie does an excellent job of showcasing a dimension of perception upon the main character having an evolution of self freedom within captivity as well as catchers perceptions of gender dysphoria upon the unseen

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tF0dCNxfYHk

I share this link for the hidden underlining messages that the worlds platforms provide and select communities

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kTXTPe3wahc&t=950s


 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=skvnj67YGmw&t=1126s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PlbUYl67LTY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GpMP6Nh3FvU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1VZkiQUzITU

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GpMP6Nh3FvU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BR_v5xl4Jnw

This video is transformative on a low and a spectrum of how much data can be processed and one contraption of source code in today's generation looking into how we took space for granted for now it's virtually invisible and indestructible

 

Modern Marvels: How Tobacco is Made - Full Episode

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gdV_1u-TodY

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ZrO90AI0c8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mufeRQYgqZc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PrV4Bhx9QFU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tjI4dYWsFbM&t=421s

A Brief History of Graphics

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QyjyWUrHsFc&t=1371s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xuCn8ux2gbs&t=786s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xuCn8ux2gbs&t=772s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fDek6cYijxI&t=4s

Facebook Whistleblower Frances Haugen: The 60 Minutes Interview

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Lx5VmAdZSI&t=724s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5_haW10aaQ&t=236s

The Secret Hotel Sex Parties of the Mega-Rich | Informer

Subterranean Freemason Secrets | Cities of the Underworld

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AXyzDxxQRSA

 Heresy]

belief or opinion contrary to orthodox religious (especially Christian) doctrine.

"Huss was burned for heresy"

 hyperbolic leaf

https://psychedelic.support/resources/how-to-join-psychedelic-clinical-trial/

 

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Calling one step further and considering what it means to have curiosity surrounding lives with the saying curiosity kills the cat with people in the culture referring to people as cats as a Graffiti writer understanding that newer riders are called young cats 

 

First thinking about the desires in categorizing the notion to express how this practice is going to be considered in this body of work 

First I would start with desires of interest within question of reality 

Starting off with face value being minimal effort high result 8020 law 

As well as interest within the hype that comes within the art worlds persona within pricing as well as reflected controversy surrounded 


 

Life choices lifestyles desires interests free time personas allegories perceptions minimal expectation 

 

 

Through this reflection I find myself wanting to be of one of the most successful to come from an object or category referring to garments painting styles size relation tours conceptual 



 

Andrew formal education alternative routes of lineage comes through the practice of understanding things within process which puts you into a rabbit hole that many before you within the same position have considered the variables of how you're thinking to this day


 

While constructing these narratives of how I can interpret what comes next by looking at someone who is a peer and understanding their rubric in mindset throughout their career going forward within certain medias I asked my viewers to take a step back from everything they know and consider the variables of what's being presented before them and only 





 

transportation (cars and trains, roads, railroads and bridges),

real estate & land use,

retail,

environment,

energy,

factories & industries,

food,

work/jobs,

healthcare,

education

government,

legal & taxes,

communications,

entertainment, relaxation, sleep,

military & police,

finances.

social change (activism & non-profits)

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Bureaucracy

 

Artist as Professor

University-level Teaching Jobs  & How to Get Them

  • Higher education: Colleges, Universities and Art Schools

  • Arts organizations and museums

  • Primary & secondary schools (private, public, charter)

  • Youth programs & community groups

  • Higher Education: Institutional Typology

  • In the United States:

  • Community Colleges: 2 years, associate’s degree (AA or AS)

  • Liberal arts colleges: 4 years, bachelor’s degree (BA or BS)

    • Some offer a few master’s programs (MA, MS, MFA)

  • Art schools: BFA, MFA, MA, etc.

  • Research Universities: full range of bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees

  • Higher Education: Job Hierarchy

  • Faculty

  • Adjunct Professor

    • Lecturer

    • Visiting Assistant Professor

    • Assistant Professor

    • Associate Professor (usually means tenure)

    • Professor (AKA full Professor)

    • Endowed chair (e.g. the Elizabeth Mears Professor of Early Child Psychology at Yale)

    • University professor

  • Faculty Positions with Administrative Responsibilities

    • Chair

    • Dean

    • Vice Presidents

    • Provost

    • President

    • Advantages/Disadvantages

    • Faculty

      • Adjunct Professor: lowest pay, least job security, usually less service work

      • Lecturer: better pay, often multi-year contracts, less service work, less respect

      • Visiting Assistant Professor: better pay, contracts up to 3 years, less service, more respect

      • Assistant Professor: better pay, usually tenure-track, often two 3-year contracts

      • Associate Professor (usually means tenure)

      • Professor (AKA full Professor)

      • Endowed chair (e.g. the Elizabeth Mears Professor of Early Child Psychology at Yale)

      • University professor

    • Faculty Positions with Administrative Responsibilities

      • Chair

      • Dean

      • Vice Presidents

      • Provost

      • President

    • Higher Education: Paths

    • Paths after MFA or PhD

      • Adjunct

      • Adjunct then full-time

      • First job is full-time

    • Key qualifications:

      • Record of professional achievement as an artist and/or culture producer

      • Recognition and reputation

      • Teaching experience

    • Expect to apply for several full-time jobs per year for several years before landing one

    • How to get adjunct faculty jobs

    • Schools generally don’t run searches for adjunct positions

    • Identify every school within a day’s drive or bus/train ride

    • Look at faculty rosters: who do you know?

    • Contact them and ask them to recommend you to the chair

    • If you don’t know anyone, write a thoughtful email to the chair with captioned & linked images below the letter (but in the body of the message), resume attached

    • Follow up once a year (early November unless otherwise indicated)

    • How to get full-time faculty jobs

  • Join CAA and/or https://www.higheredjobs.com and set up an email alert for all studio jobs

  • Maintain a list of all jobs for which you qualify

  • Add deadlines to your calendar

  • Apply for every job for which you qualify, no matter where it is and whether you think you want it or not: you never know, plus it’s good practice

How to get full-time faculty jobs

  • Each application is somewhat different, but here are some common requirements:

    • Cover letter (try to make it almost as much about them as it is about you)

    • CV (not the same as an artist resume)

    • Work samples (portfolio)

    • Artist statement

    • Teaching philosophy

    • Examples of student work

    • How to get full-time faculty jobs

  • Semifinalists (6-8) usually interviewed via Skype

  • Finalists (2-3) invited for campus visit

    • Interviews with faculty, dean(s), provost

    • Job talk

    • Meeting(s) with students

    • Meals with faculty

  • The wait

  • The offer

  • The negotiation

    • Starting salary: $50-75K

    • Annual research funds: not common, up to $10k

    • Startup package: very rare, up to $50k

    • Tenure timeline: 6 or 7 years

    • Reduced teaching load in first semester

    • Reduced service requirements before tenure or before first review or in 1st year