Digital Arts Workshop with Paul Taylor
November 2, 2017. Stanislaus State students only.
Paul Taylor is a multimedia artist based in the San Francisco Bay area. His work explores the effects of increased digital immersion on our perceptions of and interactions with our surroundings and each other, and has been included in group exhibitions and screenings throughout the United States and abroad.
Digital Arts Workshop with Zen Cohen
December 13, 2017. Stanislaus State students only.
Workshop: 2-5:30, Art Department Digital Media Studio
Artist talk: 5:30-6:30
Drawing from multiple influences such as theater, ritual, media theory and mysticism; her projects are imbued with a strong foundation in the female perspective and seek to mirror the diversity found in her collaborators.
Her work has been presented in venues such as the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, SFMOMA, deYoung Museum, Centro Atlántico Arte Moderno, ARTSpace New Haven, Vanity Projects, The Center for New Music & Audio Technologies at UC Berkeley, Recombinant Media Lab, SOMArts and Artists Television Access (ATA).
May 7–June 1, 2018
Reception Thursday, May 10 at 5:30 pm
Artist talk at 6:00 pm
Digital Arts Workshop with Rob Fatal
November 19, 2018. Stanislaus State students only.
Art Department Digital Media Studio
Rob Fatal is a video, photo and performance artist concerned with the Queer archive and exploring decolonial aesthetics. Fatal has been awarded grants by the Berkeley Film Foundation, Queer Cultural Center and SOMArts Cultural Center. Fatal’s work has been screened internationally at the British Film Institute Flare Festival, Fringe! Queer Film & Art Festival in London, Rio de Janeiro Gender and Sexuality Film Festival, Frameline SF LGBTQ Film Festival, Galeria de la Raza San Francisco, Toronto Queer Film Festival, Geneva LGBT Film Festival and First Nations Film Festival in Chicago. As a Native American, Latinx and queer artist, Fatal finds community and culture to be their greatest artistic inspiration. To create with the collective minds of unique individuals is a practice that brings to them a great spiritual catharsis; a feeling of joy and power tied to the realization of what people working together can accomplish when in harmony: a home, a shared reality, justice, and healing.