Faculty Achievements

Faculty Achievements 2007-2008
Exhibitions

Alex Juhasz (Media Studies)
Uncommon Practice, Pitzer College Faculty Show, Nichols Gallery, Claremont, CA, Spring/Summer 2008.

Jesse Lerner (Media Studies)
Curator: "La doble vida de los objetos," Centro Fotográfico Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Oaxaca, 2007.

Curator: "El Espanto de la modernidad," Festival Cervantino/Museo del Pueblo de Guanajuato (2007) and Museo de la Ciudad de Queretaro (2008).

Uncommon Practice, Pitzer College Faculty Show, Nichols Gallery, Claremont, CA, Spring/Summer 2008.

Gina Lamb (Media Studies)
Uncommon Practice, Pitzer College Faculty Show, Nichols Gallery, Claremont, CA, Spring/Summer 2008.

Jessica Lawless (Media Studies)
Curator: "The Audacity of Desperation," at the IMC in Urbana, IL connecting with the Continental Drift Through the Midwest Radical Culture Corridor Conference. The show was later picked up at PS 122 in New York City in June 2008 and will be at Sea and Space Gallery in Eagle Rock, CA, October-November 2008.

Uncommon Practice, Pitzer College Faculty Show, Nichols Gallery, Claremont, CA, Spring/Summer 2008.

Ming-Yuen S. Ma (Media Studies)|
Uncommon Practice, Pitzer College Faculty Show, Nichols Gallery, Claremont, CA, Spring/Summer 2008.

Jessica McCoy (Art)
"Dreams" at the Fanny Garver Gallery in Madison, Wisconsin. Fall 2007.

Uncommon Practice, Pitzer College Faculty Show, Nichols Gallery, Claremont, CA, Spring/Summer 2008.

Kathryn Miller (Art/Environmental Studies)
E.P.A (Environmental Performance Actions), Exit Art, NY, NY. Photography and Mixed Media, 2008.

Feeling the Heat/Art, Science and Climate Change, Deutsche Bank Gallery, Wall Street, New York City. Photography, artists' book and mixed media, 2008.

Uncommon Practice, Pitzer College Faculty Show, Nichols Gallery, Claremont, CA, Spring/Summer 2008.

Pepper Tree Park, Ventura, California: Various "interventions" to park, including seating, water clean-up, entryway enhancement, and landscaping with native plants, 2008. With project collaborator, Andreas Hessing.

The following publications contain images and articles about her work:

Art & Community Landscapes, A Partnership Project: National Endowment for the Arts, National Park Service, New England Foundation for the Arts by Valerie Bianchi and Charles Tracy, National Park Service Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program. Art & Community Landscapes Publication No. 1/2008.

On Guerrilla Gardening by Richard Reynolds. UK, USA and Germany: Bloomsbury, 2008. Merging Horizons - Soil Science and Soil Art by Alexandra Toland in Edward Landa and Christian Feller (eds.) Soil & Culture. Germany: Springer Science and Business Media, 2008.

Latent Cities by Federico Zanfi (Faculty of Architecture/Politechnico di Milano) Italy, 2008.

Michael Woodcock (Art/Creative Studies)
Professor Woodcock exhibited his artwork at:

  • "Ink'd" at the dba256 GalleryWinebar in Pomona. "Locus One" at the Claremont Museum of Art.
  • "The 19th Los Angeles Printmakers Society Exhibition" and"East in Eden" at Cal Poly Pomona.
  • Woodcock's work has also been recently added to the permanent collection of the Claremont Museum of Art.