Thursday, January 26, 2012

Eat My Heart Out List of Selected Works

(u)ntitled and CAO would like to thank all of you who submitted artwork for consideration to the Eat My Heart Outexhibition.  We received many lovely pieces depicting the monsterous side of love.  So many that  we were only able to use a few.  An anonymous jury selected the artwork to be displayed.  We looked for work that stayed close to our theme and was appropriate to hang in a public gallery as well as trying to include a variety of media. Below we have listed the names of those people whose artwork was chosen.  If your name is not listed you can pick up your artwork Monday through Thursday 10-4 at the Wignall Museum. 

Thank you so much for contributing to our show, and be on the lookout for another opportunity to show your artwork in the future.

Sheila Taylor, President, (u)ntitled: The Wignall Curatorial Club

Minh Vo

Daniel Whitfield

Jimmy Purcell

Lethia Harvey

Camille Alaras 

Dita De Soto
Jad Delima

Aubrey M

Pam Aliaga

Zoe Tseng

Sarah Hoover

Jose Mendoza

Hali Espinoza

Valerie CarnyValScott

Dulce Soledad Ibarra

Christopher Alday

Naomi Molinar

Pamela Lewis

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Food For Thought: A Question of Consumption Opens Tuesday!

Please join us at the reception for Food for Thought: A Question of Consumption on Wednesday, January 18, 6-8pm at the Wignall Museum. We’d love to see you there! Many of the artists will be present and would love to see you as well.


Food for Thought: A Question of Consumption at the Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art

Chaffey College and the Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art are pleased to present Food for Thought: A Question of Consumption, January 17– March 24, 2012. The artists’ reception will be January 18 from 6-8pm with light refreshments and entertainment featuring dj Trickmilla. The exhibitions and receptions are free and open to the public.

In Food for Thought: A Question of Consumption, artists Edith Abeyta, Fallen Fruit (David Burns, Matias Viegener and Austin Young), Anne Hamersky, Mark Menjivar, and Jessica Rath use food as the impetus to explore food politics and activism in complex ways. In the Project Space, Lauren Michele Kasmer (LMK) presents a participatory installation, Thoughtful Food. Coordinated in concert with the One Book/One College (OBOC) program 2011-2012 selection, Michael Pollan’s Botany of DesireFood for Thought: A Question of Consumption and related program work to expand the dialogue of Pollan’s book into the realm of contemporary art.

A series of lectures, participatory events, and food-related programs are planned in concert with Food for Thought: A Question of Consumption.  Exhibitions and events are free and open to the public.

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Friday, January 6, 2012

Artemisia and Me

Sheila Taylor, Checking Gridlines, 2012                              Artemisia Gentileschi, Self Portrait as the Allegory of 
                                                                                       Painting, c.1630

Hat Tip to Professor John Machado for the comparison.  

2 hours 1 table...still doing grid math

Megan and Edgar
Minh and Dulce

Thursday, January 5, 2012

Math is not our friend


Not many jobs give you the opportunity to come into work to open treasure boxes!-Megan Flanders

What's Inside?
Something Good!


Edgar Imagines returning to the Wig after Winter Break

Day 1: Today we returned back to work at the Wignall… the mood was jovial but a darkness lurked in the back of our minds… had Roman picked up a faux english accent? There had to be some way to address it without offending. Then he spoke “Ello everyone just wanted to say bangers and mash and what not, now having said that we should all pip pip cherrio… TO BE CONTINUED
Edgar, VP of (u)ntitled

Sunday, January 1, 2012

(u)ntitled:365 days at the Wignall Museum

Hi Followers!  
 (u)ntitled: The Wignall Museum Curatorial Club has started this blog so we can share some of the goings on at the Wignall.  Currenty all of our officers are student workers at the Wig and can be found there Monday through Thursday during opening hours.  We have a good time working at the Wig-we get to be hands on with the art, talk face to face with the artists, and help with the nitty gritty of running a Museum.  Some days it’s hard work, other days it’s chatting with who ever comes in to visit.  Personally I think being a student worker at the Wig is the best job on campus.
The point of this blog is going to be to share some of the behind the scenes fun.  It will be mostly blogs and pics, but will see what else we can come up with. Right now it’s Edgar and I posting, but I am hoping that more members want to join us.  Topics can be anything related to the art scene at the Wignall.  All you have to do is ask and I will make it happen!
Here’s hoping for a great spring 2012 semester!
Sheila, President of (u)ntitled