Grand Central Art Center Forward Vision Featured in LA Times Article!

Thank You to Holly Myers at the Los Angeles Times for the wonderful article spotlighting the Grand Central Art Center FORWARD VISION!

John Spiak, formerly of the Arizona State University Art Museum, envisions Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana as a community collaborator. (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times / March 27, 2012)

John Spiak, formerly of the Arizona State University Art Museum, envisions Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana as a community collaborator. (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times / March 27, 2012)

If you missed the article, here’s a link:

John Spiak wants Grand Central Art Center to be engaged neighbor

http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/news/la-et-john-spiak-fullerton-20120328,0,5401700.story

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7 Responses to Grand Central Art Center Forward Vision Featured in LA Times Article!

  1. I’m extremely impressed with your writing skills as well as with the layout on your blog. Is this a paid theme or did you customize it yourself? Either way keep up the excellent quality writing, it’s rare to see a nice blog like this one nowadays.

  2. […] 2012-2013 season of exhibitions, programs and engagement at Grand Central Art Center.  With our new Director arriving last September 6, it has been a year in transition.  We have been busy the past 12-months […]

  3. […] Randy Au brought two of his classes for tours and conversations.  GCAC Direct/Chief Curator John D. Spiak talked with the student about the work of artist Tony de los Reyes and theories of abstract […]

  4. […] she has been visiting cemeteries, mortuaries and crematorium with our Director/Chief Curator, John Spiak.  In the coming weeks, there are plan to visit grave stone makers, casket builders and a boat trip […]

  5. […] “It is an honor for Grand Central Art Center to receive funding support from this important foundation that continues to focus its resources on forward-thinking institutions, initiatives and artists,” said GCAC’s Director and Chief Curator, John D. Spiak. […]

  6. […] was there at the ceremony to help document the event and individual interviews, and GCAC Director John D. Spiak, who assisted with the “burial” of the […]

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