Posted on January 20th, 2011
Thanks to all of our supporters, our Issue 7 Launch Event was a huge success. Again, the wonderful artwork from our local community artists help to make the night beautiful. We are so thankful for all who showed, attended and sponsored. A special thanks to all of our members who traveled to attend the event. It is such a pleasure to meet each of you. Take a sec to enjoy some photos from the event as well as the launch event video.
Issue 8 is in full production and we are already looking forward to and planning for our next launch event. We hope to see you there! Stay tuned for more info on who will be showing.
Dedicated to developing independent emerging artists, Scion encourages fresh, inventive talent to push creative boundaries in art, music and design and lends support through shows, tours, gallery events... sand kindred partners like Bluecanvas.
Art Center College of Design is a global leader in art and design education. Renowned for its ties to industry and preparing students for professional practice, Art Center challenges students through a transdisciplinary curriculum that explores socially responsible, creative and design-based solutions to real world issues. As a result, Art Center became the first design school to receive the United Nations' Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) status.
Currently celebrating its 80th Anniversary, Art Center was founded in 1930 to give students the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in commercial arts such as Advertising, Illustration, Photography and Industrial Design. Today, Art Center offers bachelor's and master's degrees in a wide array of art and design disciplines. A strong program in Humanities and Design Sciences and Integrated Studies influences all of Art Center's educational programs. Further, Design Matters, the College's social impact department, offers degree-students a special Concentration to explore responsible design within their own fields of study.
Art Center also offers non-degree students access to exceptional instruction, facilities and networking opportunities through a number of Public Programs. Participants include all ages and levels of experience from the Greater Los Angeles area and beyond who seek creative outlets for personal and professional growth.
Andrea Pun, Austin McCormick, Chris Garcia, Daniel Lim, David Jien, Elizabeth McGhee, Eric Davison, Erin Althea, Jared Schorr, Julian Escardo, Ken Garduno, Lance Richlin, Linda Kim, Mashanda Scott, Ronald J. Llanos, Shannon Freshwater, Tony Hong
Live Digital Painting by: James Paick
Live Painting by: John Park
Live Tattooing by: Johnny Quintana