London's Natural History Museum, which runs the competition, announced the winning images this week and will display them in an exhibition which opened the past week in London. It will eventually tour across the United Kingdom and other venues in Europe, as well as North America (including Texas and Michigan), Australia and New Zealand. The... Continue Reading →
Many of the most iconic images of the body have been taken by men -- think Edward Weston's gentle black-and-white photograph of his muse, or Mario Sorrenti's erotic campaign of Kate Moss for Calvin Klein. Meanwhile, less space has been given to female pioneers like Imogen Cunningham or...
Viewpoint Gallery does a lot for the art community in Sacramento. Every year they have an art auction to raise funds to stay open, and to give us the great programs like the free artist lecture series... I suggest going to the link and seeing what's available to purchase. Yes, some of it is expensive,... Continue Reading →
First post of the year! The ARC Pride Center is looking for art submissions. If you don't know about it, the Pride Center supports a safe and inclusive campus environment for students...[click post for more]
The Visual Arts Department of Folsom Lake College is honored to host the exhibition "The Spirit of Pacific Western Traders: Native California Now" at the Bank of America Gallery at the Harris Center for the Arts at Folsom Lake College. Please join us for the opening reception and artist panel at Harris Center this coming Friday, November 22, 2019. The Spirit of Pacific... Continue Reading →
“When I Remember I See Red: American Indian Art and Activism in California” October 20, 2019 through January 26, 2020 This exhibition features contemporary art by First Californians and other American Indian artists with strong ties to the state. Spanning the past five decades, the exhibition includes more than 65 works in various media from painting,... Continue Reading →