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At SFAI, faculty and staff members are artists too! Faculty and staff shows are a great way for students to connect to the wider community of SFAI-affiliated artists across the globe. Here’s a glimpse of what SFAI faculty and staff are up to this month:

 

Exhibitions

 

SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA: 

Charlie Byrne — Manager, Digital Imaging + Photography Studio

Through August 25, see Charlie’s work in the Division of Labor (Group Exhibition) at Minnesota Street Project Gallery in San Francisco. 

Ivan Iannoli — Faculty | Photography

Stop by the SFAI alumni-founded gallery Bass & Reiner before September 29th to see Ivan Iannoli’s solo exhibition, Exhibition in Three Parts, Parts 2 and 3.  

Cait Peterson + Hadar Kleiman — SFAI Admissions 

Come to the SFAI alumni-founded gallery Root Division by August 11th to see the work of SFAI Alumni Cait Peterson and Hadar Kleiman in Funk Ain’t Dead (Group Exhibition)

Christopher Squier — Exhibitions + Public Programs Coordinator

See SFAI alum Christopher Squier’s work in the group exhibition As/If, on view through September 23rd at Provisional Gallery

Taravat Talepasand — Faculty | Painting

Come to SFAI alumni-founded gallery Evergold Projects by August 11th to see the work of SFAI’s current Painting department chair in The Internet Archives 2018 Artist in Residency Exhibition

Lindsey White — Faculty | Photography

Now through August 26th, you can catch the work of Photography department chair Lindsey White in Academic Practice: Bay Now Photography Now (Group Exhibition), on view at Stanford University’s Coulter Art Gallery. 

 

LOS ANGELES: 

Taravat Talepasand — Faculty | Painting

If you can’t make it to her show in San Francisco, you can also catch Taravat’s work in the LACMA show, In the Fields of Empty Days: The Intersection of Past and Present in Iranian Art, until September 9th. 

 

SAN DIEGO:

Whitney Lynn — Faculty | New Genres

If you find yourself in the San Diego International Airport, be sure to look for Whitney Lynn’s Not Seeing Is A Flower, on view through March, 2019.

 

NEW YORK CITY: 

Maria Elena González — Faculty | Sculpture and New Genres

If you’re in New York City, check out Maria Elena González’s work in the group exhibition, Vis-à-Vis, on view at Hirschl & Adler Gallery through August 25th, or in Relational Undercurrents: Contemporary Art of the Caribbean Archipelago, on view at Columbia University’s Wallach Art Gallery through September 23rd.

 

MONTPELLIER, FRANCE:

Niki Korth — Manager of Graduate Administration

Now through August 26th, SFAI alum Niki Korth’s work can be seen at Montpellier’s La Panacée Centre d'art Contemporain in Talk Show Festival (The Big Conversation Space)

 

ISLE OF WIGHT, UK:

Jeremy Morgan — Faculty | Painting

Through August 12th, Jeremy Morgan will be showing his work in a solo exhibition at the Art House Life Gallery in Ventnor, Isle of Wight. The show is called MATTER, TIME AND PLACE. 

 


 

Awards and Interviews:

 

Miah Jeffra — Faculty | Liberal Arts

This month, SFAI professor Miah Jeffra was awarded the Atticus Review 2018 Flash Creative Nonfiction Prize, and the Ragdale Fellowship for Nonfiction. He will attend the Ragdale Residency in Chicago to complete more creative nonfiction work! 

Meredith Tromble — Faculty | Interdisciplinary Studies

Hear Easyl founder Andrew Herman interview Meredith Tromble in Art19′s State of the Art Podcast Interview: AI and Art

 


 

Image: Cait Petersen, Do You Want a Penis?, 2016–18. Trash, spackling paste, and glue. Courtesy the artist. 

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