In coordination with the opening of What Cannot Be Taken Away: Families and Prisons Project, this animated documentary tells the stories of three families.
Night Light exhibition features premiere by artist Kerry Laitala.
SOMArts Cultural Center’s Main Gallery Exhibitions & Programs presents “Night Light: Multimedia Garden Party,” a one-night-only special event exploring temporary multimedia abstract sound, video, and film installation.
SOMArts presents an investigation into the concepts and forms of abstract artwork by Cecil C. Childress, Ralph Joachim, and Marilyn Kuksht.
This is the last week to see CHRONOTOPIA in the SOMArts Main Gallery. Don’t miss it!
The Pacific Region Women’s Caucus for Art is sponsoring “Blue Planet,” a fine arts exhibition accompanying Elements: An Eco-Art Conference.
APICC’s United States of Asian America Festival, now in its 13th year, presents and highlights art and artists reflecting the unique and diverse experiences of Asian Pacific Islanders in America.
Award-winning photographer, writer and cultural critic Candacy A. Taylor’s exhibition features photographs, installation and sculpture to explore the contemporary manifestations of beauty shops as a form of community space, and to highlight traditions and history of hair, hair care products, potions and pomades from various cultures throughout the world beginning in the sixteenth century.