Monday, July 27, 2015

New positions on Vitae for Studio Art

New positions on Vitae for Studio Art


Vitae. A Service of The Chronicle of Higher Education
Colleague, your saved search for Studio Art found 9 new jobs.
Royal College of Art in United Kingdom
posted on July 24
Hongik University in South Korea
posted on July 24
The University of Southern Mississippi in Mississippi
posted on July 24
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore in Singapore
posted on July 23
Pensacola State College in Florida
posted on July 23
Lyon College in Arkansas
posted on July 22
Portland State University in Oregon
posted on July 20
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities in Minnesota
posted on June 16
 

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Friday, July 24, 2015

Joy

A Reliable Art Shipper I've Used Several Times (His Schedule)

The truck schedules for 2015 are available for review and download from our website, http://www.ArtDeliveryService.com/SouthWestTruck.html.

Our next trip to the east coast will leave Santa Fe on Saturday, August 8.  On this trip we’re anticipating the following general route:  Denver, Kansas City, Chicago, New York, Boston, Washington DC, Atlanta, Nashville, Oklahoma City, and return to Santa Fe.  The schedule and route is flexible based on your needs so please call or email our office for details.  For those of you in Oklahoma and Texas please make arrangements for us to collect your artwork the week of 07/27 and for those of you in Arizona and California please make arrangements for us to collect your artwork the week of 08/03 in order to make the transfer for the east coast shuttle.

Our Arizona / California / Nevada truck generally follows this route: New Mexico - Albuquerque, Las Cruces; Arizona - Tucson, Scottsdale, Phoenix; California - Palm Springs, San Diego, Los Angeles, Carmel, San Francisco, SacramentoNevada - Reno, Tahoe, Las Vegas; Arizona - Sedona, Flagstaff, Winslow; New Mexico - Gallup, Grants, Albuquerque, Santa Fe.

Our Oklahoma / Texas truck generally follows this route: Texas - Amarillo; Oklahoma - Tulsa, Oklahoma City; Texas - Dallas, Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Marfa, Midland; New Mexico - Carlsbad, Roswell, Santa Fe.

Stops in cities in italics are available upon request.  Please call our office to check availability.

And remember all trips begin and end in Santa Fe so we can transfer pieces from our inbound truck to our next outbound truck which means we can take pieces from New York to San Francisco, San Francisco to New York, or just about anywhere in between.

Special trips are available upon request - please contact our office for details and availability.
David Kohlmann
Art Delivery Service
505.982.6155  Main

Thursday, July 23, 2015

Collections Care Workshops in San Diego, August 11-13, 2015




Remember to register for San Diego workshops before August 3, 2015.
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Focus on Collections Care Workshop Series

San Diego, California
August 11-13, 2015 
 
 
Join us in San Diego for workshops on the following topics:
  • Care of Collections: Metal Objects
  • Disaster Recovery for Wet Collections: The First 24-48 Hours
  • Care of Collections: Paper
  • Preservation: Policies, Plans & Procedures
  • Environmental Monitoring: Gathering, Understanding and Using Your Data
  • Condition Reporting for Collections Managers

Registration deadline: Monday August 3, 2015

For more information and to register, please visit
www.focusoncollectionscare.org
About Focus on Collections Care workshops
The Balboa Art Conservation Center welcomes all museum professionals, volunteers, students, and interested people to learn about basic preservation theory and best practices from professional conservators and other experts in the field. Our workshops combine solid, detailed theory with hands-on learning and practical ideas for improving collections care at your institution. 
Stipend Application
Deadline 
August 1, 2015
Financial assistance of $110 is available to defray registration costs for one participant in each workshop. To be eligible, individuals must work for a nonprofit institution, with an operating budget of $500,000 or less with historical or cultural collections that are accessible to the public. Additional stipends are available to participants from tribal museums and institutions. Click HERE for more information. 
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Our mailing address is:
Balboa Art Conservation Center
PO Box 3755
San Diego, CA 92163

A Great Show Worth Looking At : Oddities at the Midway Extended through August




Oddities Show Extended through August 28th
Curated in Part by Varnish Fine Art
On View at The Midway Gallery
Stop by The Midway to see their grand opening exhibition Oddities. We're pleased to present works by Henry Lewis, Ransom & Mitchell, Lango Oliveira and Nixomi Nix Turner for the inaugural exhibition of this exciting new creative space in the Dogpatch of San Francisco.
Beginning on Monday, The Midway will have regular gallery hours
Mondays through Fridays from 11am to 3pm.
Let us know when you plan to visit so that we can meet you there!
Venue Address:
The Midway SF
900 Marin Street
San Francisco, CA 94124
Cross Street: Illinois Street
Best Muni Transportation: Take the KT-Ingleside/Third Street Muni to Marin Street
Meet us at our office by appointment for all other inquiries:
Varnish Fine Art
16 Jessie Street, #C120
San Francisco, CA 94105
(415)433-4400

The Midway Show Info
16 Jessie Street, #C120, San Francisco, CA 94105 (415)433-4400

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Michel El Hachem an Artist I Just Discovered and Really Like

About Michel El Hachem

Born on March 20, 1989
Short Description
    Self-Taught artist from Lebanon.
    http://justcallmemike.deviantart.com
    http://behance.net/hachemmichel
    https://www.facebook.com/mjhachem
    

Bio
    Self-Taught artist from Beirut, Lebanon.

I came across Michel El Hachem work on Facebook the other day.  It doesn't look like he has a gallery representing him but he does have a couple of pages that you can look at.

I wanted to share his art because it's funny, well executed, stylish and deals with paint and formal issues of painting in a way that I really really like.

He also seems to have his finger on the pulse of what's going on in the art world so I think you might want to check him out.

Here's some of his work.