Sat, Dec 03|
“Art and Culture” with Jinane Abbadi and Jenny Yoshida Park
VIRTUAL event via zoom. RSVP for link. The artists will talk about their creative processes, show examples of their work, and discuss the piece they created for the exhibit. Talks will be about 20 minutes long with time for Q & A.
Time & Location
Dec 03, 2022, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM EST
About the Event
Jinane Abbadi is a Moroccan-born artist residing in San Diego, California. Her interests include colonial and postcolonial studies, Orientalism, and the issues of colonial power dominance and their influence on identity and creativity. Abbadi received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in fine arts and interdisciplinary studies from San Diego State University. She has been working in the areas of painting, printmaking, and bookmaking. Her limited edition artist’s book Speaking Subaltern was published by Brighton Press in 2018 and has been acquired by The Getty Research Institute and the Library of Congress, among many others. Her work is at www.jinaneabbadi.com
JENNY YOSHIDA PARK
Jenny Yoshida Park book artist and graphic designer. She relishes the immeasurable variety of idiosyncrasies in our culture and funnels them into her art. Yoshida Park is an MFA graduate of SDSU in graphic design and book arts. She publishes her own editions of artist’s books under the imprint Evidence of the Hand Press, which can be found at www.evidenceofthehand.com. She also does custom bookbinding, design, and letterpress printing for clients, with a specialty in collaborating with other artists.Her artist’s book with Vermont poet Bianca Stone The Color System: Schemes for Life Enhancement was published by Brighton Press in 2019 and has been acquired by numerous public collections including Columbia University, The Getty Research Institute, and Yale University.