ReSpawning

16174648_10212078629379722_7786002979074331291_n16105508_10212078626339646_84579056180342491_n || re·spawn || /rēˈspôn/
The recreation of an entity after its death or destruction, perhaps after losing one of its lives. All player characters typically spawn at the start of a round whereas some objects or mobs may spawn after the occurrence of a particular event or delay.

FA4 Collective will respond to current events through a variety of mediums, philosophies and approaches to installation and collaboration. Viewers will enter a multi-layered visual experience that provokes dialogue.

January 28, 2017—10:00am-10:00pm
Opening Reception
6:00pm-8:00pm

January 29, 2017—10:00am-10:00pm

FA4 Collective — Featuring:
Chris Hernandez
Cynthia Luján
Daniel Antonio Rivera Echeveria
Galileo Gonzalez
Gloria Elisa Margarita Sanchez
James PneuGnosis
Jeff Dulla
Jerry Peña
Marcos Andrade
Marlene Tafoya
Monica Andreina Martinez
Pati Lomeli
Romina Del Castillo
Sea Althaea
Sean O’Brien
Tida Lek

Guest Artists:
Nsrgnts
Alvaro A.S.F. in “Responsive Art to Mozart’s symphony No. 41 ”

Sponsored by:
Foundation for Art Resources [FAR] and Cerritos College
#farbazaar2017

FAR Bazaar at Cerritos College
11110 Alondra Blvd
Norwalk, CA 90650
Jan 28-29, 2017 (10AM-10PM, both days)
This coming year, 2017, marks the fortieth anniversary of the Foundation for Art Resources (FAR – http://www.far-la.org/), one of the oldest non-profit arts advocacy groups in Southern California.

In February of 2017, after over 55+ years of use, Cerritos College will be retiring and demolishing its existing Fine Arts complex. Before the old building is torn down, however, Cerritos College, with the help of FAR, will transform every abandoned classroom, faculty office, and administrative space into temporary exhibition spaces, each to be guest-curated by local art collectives and alternative art spaces, as well as the graduate programs from regional universities and art schools. January is the month for the region’s major commercial art (af)fairs, in particular the Los Angeles Art Show and Art Los Angeles Contemporary. The FAR BAZAAR, as non-commercial alternative art fair, highlights the significant contribution that art collectives, artist-run spaces, and local art schools have on the regional art scene overall. Much like the art fairs provide access to disparate commercial galleries from across the globe, the FAR BAZAAR will allow the various art communities that are physically spread far and wide across the megalopolis of Southern California to come together temporarily in one place for easy access and for productive exchange. The event will also include food trucks, ongoing musical performances, video screenings, and an art book/print fair.
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Participating collectives include:
Adjunct Positions, Association of Hysteric Curators, Ave 50 Studio, Biomythography, Boys of Summer, Concrete Walls Projects, D-Block Projects, DH Arts Collective, Disposable Collective, Durden & Ray, Earth Like Planets, Elephant, FA4 Collective, Finishing School, Hinterculture, Improvised Alchemy, JAUS Gallery, KCHUNG, LA Freewaves, Machine Project, Monte Vista Projects, Motherboy, NewTown Arts, Rough Play, SASSAS, Shed Research Institute, Sixpack Projects, Slanguage Studios, South Bay Contemporary, Summercamp’s ProjectProject, TILT Export:, and Transit Republic.Participating MFA programs include: Art Center, CalArts, Claremont Graduate University, Otis (Public Practice and Fine Arts), UC Irvine (Fine Arts and Critical/Curatorial Studies) UC Los Angeles (Design Media Arts and Fine Arts), UC Riverside, and University of Southern California