"Impressions in Isolation: Monoprints from SFSU" is on view pre-security in Harvey Milk Terminal 1 and online at: https://t.co/XrIyxDmuqc This tweet was posted on April 08, 2021.
As @SFSU students in the #AlternativeProcess class adjusted to schooling from home, their artwork addressed the loss of in-person connection. A spirit of adaptation, invention, and finding new ways to retain a sense of community became the foundation of the class. #studentartThis tweet was posted on January 15, 2021.
In Marcello Hutchison-Trujillo’s undergraduate thesis film at @SFSU, he compassionately explores the family tension caused by his father’s long-time friendship with an artist experiencing homelessness during the pandemic.
#VideoArts#VideoArtsSFO https://t.co/fpb6PPoblQThis tweet was posted on August 18, 2022.
In Ray de Mesa’s first-year graduate film at San Francisco State University, a drag artist discovers an unexpectedly deep connection with a woman in exchange for a free dress.
#VideoArts#VideoArtsSFO @sfsu @SFSUCinemaDept https://t.co/2ENS3GcAzFThis tweet was posted on August 05, 2022.
In “A ver ponte ahí”, Flor Marmolejo’s first-year graduate film made while at @SFSU, she revisits a family album and an opportune trip leads to a revelation.
#VideoArts#VideoArtsSFO https://t.co/Ru0EQm6bI6This tweet was posted on August 12, 2022.
Learning printmaking, whether in isolation or in "normal times" takes time, discipline, experimentation, and determination. Intermediate Printmaking students at @SFSU created monoprints now on view, led by professor and printmaker Susan Belau in the fall of 2020. #StudentArtSFOThis tweet was posted on April 08, 2021.
Students of @SFSU worked at home in the spring of 2020, utilizing almost alchemical 19th century methods to create photograms, cyanotypes, and lumen prints with household objects such as casserole dishes as developing trays to process images. #AlternativeProcess#StudentArtSFOThis tweet was posted on February 08, 2021.