Arts and Humanities

BC is a treasure trove of happenings as it relates to Arts and the Humanities.  My hope is that we will invite our students to experience these treasures as part of their learning here at BC.

Art Gallery Opening:

Tom Lundquist, section from Poissons de Chant 60

Tom Lundquist, section from Poissons de Chant 60

The Wylie and May Louise Jones Gallery is proud to present the work of two digital artists living, working and teaching on the east and west coasts respectively, Tom Lundquist (Santa Monica College) and Jing Zhou (Monmouth University, New Jersey). A selection of their recent works will be on view from September 5th to October 5th in the Jones Gallery.  The opening reception at the gallery on the evening of Friday, September 5, 2014 from 4:00-7:00 pm.

I would like to recognize the work of Art Department Chair, David Koeth, and our full time faculty and staff; but also a particular mention to the work of our talented adjunct faculty:

Jared Pankin – Ceramics
MFA, University of California, Los Angeles, CA-CeramicsBFA, The Kansas City Art InstituteBS, State University of New York, Oneonta, NY-Theater
Tom Betthauser – Jones Gallery curator and drawing
Yale School of Art – Master of Fine ArtsSan Francisco Art Institute – Bachelor of Fine ArtsSan Francisco State University – General Ed
Andrew Borrego – drawing and art appreciation
Claremont Graduate University – MFACalifornia State University Bakersfield – BABakersfield College – AA
Gina Herrera – drawing
University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA – MFASchool of the Art Institute of Chicago – BFA
Diego Gutierrez Monterubbio – drawing, art appreciationMFA –
University of Texas – Pan American
BFA – California State University, Fresno, California
AA – Porterville College
Cameron Brian – 2D, drawing, art appreciation
MFA – San Francisco Art InstituteBFA – College of Santa Fe
Debora Rodenhauser – 2D, art appreciation
MA – California State University, Bakersfield
BA – California State University, Bakersfield
AA – Bakersfield College
Armando (Nano) Rubio – painting, art appreciation
MFA – Claremont Graduate University
BA – California State University, Bakersfield
AA – Bakersfield College
Christopher Lessley – drawing, art appreciation
MA – California State University, Fresno
BA – California State University, Fresno
Kelly McLane – drawing, art appreciation
MFA, University of California, Davis, California
BFA, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, Missouri
Cecilia Noyes – art appreciation
MA – California State University, Fullerton
BFA – California State University, Fullerton

 

Sorokin Lecture at the Levan Center on Sep 11th, 2014

Levan-Kimberly-Hoang speaker september 2014

Kimberly Hoang

Bakersfield College welcomes Dr. Kimberley Hoang to Bakersfield to give a presentation on her forthcoming book “Dealing in Desire: Asian Ascendancy, Western Decline, and the Hidden Currencies in Global Sex Work” on Thursday, September 11 at 7 p.m. at the Levan Center.

Here is an excerpt from the email that Oliver Rosales sent on August 25th advertising this lecture.

Dear Bakersfield College colleagues:

Please mark your calendars and encourage your students to attend a free public talk on Thursday, September 11 at 7:00PM at the BC Levan Center for the Humanities. Dr. Kimberly Hoang, a Bakersfield native and Assistant Professor of Sociology and International Studies at Boston College, will be giving a talk on her forthcoming book Dealing in Desire: Asian Ascendency, Western Decline, and the Hidden Currencies in Global Sex Work. … This talk is sponsored by the American Sociological Association’s Sorokin Lecture Grant Series.

Oliver A. Rosales, Ph.D.

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