The Low Residency Visual Studies Program is pleased to welcome visiting artist Aki Onda for a public lecture on his work and practice.
During this FREE two-day summer festival, the public will be able to see nationally-recognized and emerging visual artists use bold, colorful pigments to create larger-than-life drawings down the center of the street(s); most averaging 10’x10’.
An exhibition that expresses the artist’s definition of what home can mean, whether it is comfort, vulnerability, or the physical space that reflects your innermost desires.
Dr. Nicole R. Fleetwood will present her talk “Art, Abolition, and Black Feminist Activism” at Mills College’s Lisser Hall with a reception to follow.
he project was funded by a grant from the Regional Arts and Culture Council. In tandem with the show Water Briefed, a book featuring the series will be for sale.
Once, not so very long ago, photographs were indicators of veracity.
Top-heavy and improbably balanced, the risky equilibrium of these boulders threatens imminent collapse, and the perspective is disturbingly uncertain.
SplitNature is Round Weather’s first two-person exhibition, showcasing recent and time-tested artworks by Tanja Geis and Catherine Mackey.
In others, entire lines of lower case text cascade across the surface of the work. Others seem an invented language and script, or suggest Hindi or Arabic alphabets.
Tiny free art gallery in beautiful North Tacoma, WA features 28 small collages as a response to daily prompts during February 2022.