Mark your calendars for the upcoming show “Seeing Sound 2″ at the Pence Gallery. “Seeing Sound 2″ is a group exhibit by artists and
composers using sound as an art medium and a subject. Among the artists participating are Professor Robin Hill and alum Terry Berlier (MFA 2003) and Terry Peterson (MFA 2012).
In addition to Hill, Berlier and Peterson, Boris Allenou, Stephen Blumberg, Rachel Clarke, Belinda Hanson, Sam Nichols, Kadet Kuhne, and Shih-Wen Young have contributed works.
Rachel Smith (MFA 2020) will be an exhibiting artist in the “East on West” group exhibition of San Francisco Bay Area artists from the Asian diaspora at the office of Senator Scott Weiner in the State of California Building.
Eight Art Studio graduate student artists present an exhibition of their latest work. Caz Azevedo, Zeina Baltagi, Brenda Gonzalez, Dongwan Hong, Brett Melliar, Julia Edith Rigby, Jessica Eve Rattner, and Rachel Maryam Smith — all first year MFA candidates in Art Studio — include works from this moment of time in the fields of installation, painting, photography, social practice, and sculpture.
Sarah Cain moves beyond the traditional notion of painting within the frame by exploring abstraction and spatial interventions in a wide range of media and found materials. Leading a way into new territories of abstraction, Cain moves fluidly between works on site and her object-based studio practice. Cain was born in Albany, New York, in 1979. She currently lives and works in Los Angeles, California.