Professor Emeritus Suzanne Bravender, former Divison Dean Linda Malm, and State Senator Jack Scott, a former president of Pasadena City Collete, at the gallery reception commemorating 20 years of the Artist-in-Residence program, January 12, 2006.
The Division of Visual Arts and Media Studies would like to applaud the efforts of our designer, Victor Dawahare; our editors, Sandra C. Haynes, Joseph Futtner, and Brian Tucker; our photographer, Rachel Fermi; our Artists-in-Residence committee members: M. Susan Brown, Mikki Bolliger, Laurie Burruss, Rachel Fermi, Joseph Futtner, James Gonzalez, Allen Harrison, Lindsey Jang, Stan Kong, James Morphesis, Brian Tucker and Alex Kritselis; and our Division staff, including Judith Holmes, Nhi Truong, Charles Jones, and Cynthia Schroeder.
Many people, organizations and offices of the college have shown a continued confidence and sustained support of the Artist-in-Residence program. We would like to express our appreciation to Dr. James Kossler, our college president; the PCC Foundation; the Association of Black Employees (TABE); La Raza; the PCC Public Relations Office; the PCC Courier; Facilities Services; I-8 Food Service Inc.; The New Media Center; Richell Allen, college photographer and Sherine Adeli, videographer. We are especially thankful to the staff of the Shatford Library who have maintained the program's archives, website, and art collection display; these include Assistant Dean Mary Ann Laun, Judy Ohye, Jennifer Cooper, Dorothy Potter, Leslie Tirapelle, Mane Hakopyan and Rebecca Russo.
We are particularly grateful for the inspired contributions of Suzanne Bravender, Linda Malm, Jay Belloli, Bill and Eleonore Betz, William Goldmann, Assembly Member Carol Liu, Senator Jack Scott, Linda Jenkins, Elaine Broerman, Pacific Asia Museum, The Rutberg Gallery (Jack Rutberg Fine Arts, Inc.), the Tasenda Gallery and Trader Joe's.
We are indebted to the following for their financial support: The Pasadena Art Alliance, the Jameson Foundation, PCC Foundation, PCC College Administration and the PCC Digital Media Center, Bill and Eleonore Betz, Jack Rutberg Fine Arts, Inc., the Tasenda Gallery and the State of California Grant for the Multimedia and Entertainment Initiative for California Community Colleges Economic and Workforce Development.
Our most sincere thanks to D. Harry Montgomery of Typecraft Wood & Jones Lithography; his guidance, generosity and support made this publication a reality. Thanks also to Timothy J. Silverlake of Typecraft for his encouragement and invaluable assistance in producing this book.
Finally, we wish to acknowledge our deep gratitude to each of the artists in residence, and to the many others who have made valuable contributions to the program over the years, even if their names may have been overlooked.