She Plays the Jarana Jarocho
Artist: Sonia Romero
Description: Lino cut print, edition 10
Generously donated by Sonia Romero
From the Notebooks
Description: Mixed media/Framed
Generously donated by Gronk
Artist: Phyllis Green
Description: Freestanding mixed media piece, clay and fabric, 6″ x 8.5″ x 6.5″
Generously donated by Phyllis Green
Group of Three Button Boulders
Artist: Clare Graham
Description: A small cluster of skeletal skins of river rock boulders.
Generously donated by Clare Graham
Artist: Trudy Adler
Generously donated by Trudy Adler
Wall Art Object – Leaf Blossom
Description: Beads and wire.
Generously donated by Peter Wendel
Buddy by Megh Ras Thapa
Artist: Megh Raj Thapa
Description: Folk Art enlightened Retriever
Generously donated by A. Michelle Page
4 Tickets to Art Center Car Classic Weekend:Enjoy Art Center College of Design’s World
Famous Car Classic and Insights Design Program: October 26-27, 2013
(Includes Art Center T-shirt, Cap, Coffee Mugs and Tote Bag).
Description: A concours event unlike any other, top transportation designers, car collectors and auto enthusiasts of all kinds converge at Art Center College of Design’s annual Car Classic on Sunday, October
27. Join us for a daylong celebration of all things automotive, learn more about the people who design the
cars we love and explore the many ways nature and our everyday surroundings inspire technology, safety, transportation and personal mobility. For more than 10 years, Art Center’s Car Classic event has examined automotive culture and vehicle architecture through the lens of design. More than just another high-profile car show, this popular public event celebrates the very best in automotive design, showcasing the College’s strong ties to industry and honoring many of our noteworthy alumni. More than 100 innovative vehicles and rare automobiles. Emcees Ed Justice Jr., co-host of Motor Trend Radio; Dave Kunz, KABC automotive reporter; and Barry Meguiar, host of Speed Channel’s Car Crazy.
On Saturday October 26, take part in Art Center Insights, an invitation-only gathering of prominent leaders from transportation to photography to interaction design to share their insights about how the natural world shapes their work and influences trends. Please join Art Center alumni, faculty and students for this fascinating exploration of current, future and fantastic design.
Generously donated by ACCD and ACCD Film Dept. Chair Ross LaManna
4 VIP tickets for Warner Brothers Studio Tour (Approx. Retail Value $200).
Description: See “Behind-the-scenes” and “into-the-scenes” of your favorite shows and movies at the world’s busiest motion picture and television studio. Guests of the Warner Bros VIP Tour are offered a rare and intimate glimpse into real Hollywood at work. This ain’t no theme park! The 2 hour 15 minute tour via carts takes you through back lot streets, sound stages, sets and craft shops. No two tours are alike and guides take you to where the action is. Walk on to the set of a hit television show, watch as Foley artists create sound effects for movies, see how sets are constructed, peruse over 10 million items in the prop department, see your favorite vehicles from film and television up close, and the list goes on. But always, always
be on the lookout for a star as production is happening all around.
Generously donated by Monica Loya-Clarke
Two nights in a fabulous suite at the Kimpton Hotel Wilshire
Description: Kimpton’s boutique hotel in Los Angeles: Urban, Modern, Stylish
You know that actor, what’s his name? That can play any part, from cool and sophisticated to all sunshine and smiles… Yeah, that one. If he were a hotel, he would be The Hotel Wilshire; it’s swank and sleek, but with the warmth and welcome you expect from Kimpton. Now add a location in the city’s Miracle Mile district that puts you just minutes from Los Angeles’ hottest attractions including Beverly Hills and Museum Row. And since this is LA, lets talk a little about looks: Generously sized guest rooms say “LA” in capital letters (think modern surfaces and rich textures with dashes of bold color). If you’re here for work, business is a pleasure, with rooms brimming with flatscreens and media hubs. But in a city known to mix work and play like a perfect cocktail, you’ll find everything you need for lounging and leisure too, starting with our roof-top pool, home to our restaurant helmed by an award-winning chef and featuring skyline views of Los Angeles and the Hollywood sign.
Generously donated by Ashley Gochnauer, manager, The Hotel Wilshire
Sony Pictures Studio Tour for Four
Description:Take the Sony Pictures Studios Tour and step back into a legendary time. Located on one of the world’s most famous studio lots, our walking tour gives you a rare glimpse of old Hollywood’s glory days and an insider’s view of a state-of-the-art motion picture studio. Not only is this the studio where the Yellow Brick Road once wound through Munchkin Land, it is also the place where the agents from “Men In Black” battled aliens from outer space and Spider-Man catapulted from skyscraper to skyscraper. Our dynamic studio tour guides will shed light on the film and television production process by taking you to various soundstages and by sharing tales of days gone by. You may even have the chance to visit the sets of the hit game shows “Jeopardy!” or “Wheel of Fortune.” Filled with movie, television and commercial productions on any given day, you never know what- or who- will be just around the corner! Ages 12 years and older only.
Generously donated by Sony Studios and Janice Pober
“The Stream of Life” , 2012, No 3 of 10. Limited Edition Artist book.
Artist: Meg Madison
Description: : 12 pages of silver gelatin photographs and 7 pages Letter pressed text from “the Stream of Life” by Clarice Lispector. 1979
Generously donated by Meg Madison