Duties: Forming as syllabus in collaboration with other design section teachers. Lecturing about design principals and leading discussions about new topics. Assisting and guiding students through classroom activities. Grading blog entries, providing feedback and helping students succeed through presentation of their work and critiques.
Duties: Lecturing about the senses, assisting with electronics, biology, material science workshops. Guiding students outside the classroom, providing feedback and homework help. Grading blog entries, leading discussions about new topics.
Duties: Serving the public to attain information and aid their research by assisting with data base navigation, online resources, locating books. Navigating APL's software for managing patron's accounts to issue membership, fines, checkouts, checkins, resources availability, holds, etc.
This foundation supports social and anthropological art by providing stipends to individual artists in a per project basis. Recently, TransArt has supported projects such as “Prototype 180” by Mary Ellen Carroll. Duties: Organize and catalogue the resource library, video documentation for funded projects.
This retrospective project of Surpik Angelini, an artist, writer, and curator, compiles her work through various fictitious personas she has created that will culminate in a catalogue. Duties: Planning and development, creating deadlines, concept and aesthetic advising, compiling documentation, staging sets for photographs, attaining props, general research.
Elia Arce created this project to facilitate cultural exchange throughout the Gulf Coast region by helping preserve its cultural heritage, while influencing and strengthening emerging artistic languages. This project was supported by New Voices of The Ford Foundation, The TransArt Foundation, and DiverseWorks. Duties: Research and development, budgeting, communicating with patron organizations, planned strategies, organized events, maintained projects, managed artists, marketing, conceptual and aesthetic advising.
Project Row Houses is a social sculpture project that exhibits contemporary art and offers affordable housing for families and young single mothers. This organization is mainly focused on bringing resources to the Third Ward Community by hosting workshops and holding a Summer Program for low-income children. Duties: Prepared course material, taught about gardening, health, and sustainability, involved students in the design of new garden beds for the community.
Commissioned by The Gulf Coast Art Corridor and supported by The TransArt Foundation, this event of emerging artists in Houston exhibited new installation and performance works about being Latin American and Latino. Duties: Selecting artists and panel members, organized and scheduled meetings, sustained constant communication with individual artists about their work, budgeting and planning, assisted with installation, compiled documentation and essays in a catalogue, marketing, wrote press releases.
Duties: Prepared course work and syllabi, instructed students through their process, managed student fees and model scheduling and administration, maintained classroom and materials, substituted professor, managed classroom and students.
The Theater of More presented an electronic sound performance.
Directed by Ashley Horn, this short film featured a dance narrative with many dancers from Suchu Dance Company.
This company created by Jonathan Clark specialized in landscape design and providing other home improvement solutions.