June, 2017

San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art announce Heather Wilcoxon: Artist’s Talk

San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art announce Heather Wilcoxon: Artist’s Talk

Talking Art is the ICA Public Program series that engages artists, students, collectors, and community members through professional development programs and interdisciplinary artist conversations. Free for students and members $10 for non-members – Sunday, July 16, 3 – 4 PM For more information, visit: http://sanjoseica.weebly.com/heather-wilcoxon-at-sea.html San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art 560 South First Street […]

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San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art announce Kate Rhoades: screening of Karen and chat with the artist

San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art announce Kate Rhoades: screening of Karen and chat with the artist

In her video Karen, Oakland-based artist Kate Rhoades focuses her attention on the Junk Lady, the memorable supporting character in Jim Henson’s 1986 cult classic film Labryinth. The Junk Lady appears as a surly woman who obsessively collects rejected furniture, pots, pans, and children’s toys on her back. She lives in the “Junk Fields” amongst […]

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National Juried Exhibition Opens June 29 at 440 Gallery

National Juried Exhibition Opens June 29 at 440 Gallery

A national juried exhibition on the idea of “home”, curated by artist Joan Bankemper 440 Gallery is pleased to present (home) a national juried group show framed around the word home in parentheses. As an all-encompassing idea that is charged with emotion, (home) may be just an overused advertising meme; (home) also serves as a […]

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Help represent Arts & Culture on the Gowanus Interactive Planning Map

Help represent Arts & Culture on the Gowanus Interactive Planning Map

New York City’s Department of City Planning (DCP) is in the middle of a PLACES study for Gowanus. The PLACES study will result in a “planning and land-use framework,” meant to guide future rezoning proposals and infrastructure investments. In a changing Gowanus, where do artists and “arts & culture” fit in? Now is the time […]

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