Curated by Christopher Woodcock (M.F.A., ‘10) and featuring
alumni Lisa Rybovich Crallé (M.F.A., ‘11), Kyle Dunn (M.F.A.,
‘12) and Benjamin Rosenthal (M.F.A., ‘11), “A
Library of Forms” is a riot of color and movement.
Helia Pouyanfar (M.F.A., ‘22) has been included in Southern Exposure’s 31st Annual Juried
Exhibition “Mirror Material.”
Curated by Tiger Strikes Asteroid, this show celebrates
hybridity of materials as well as identities. The works displayed
reflect the diverse cultural, historical, and personal
influences that inform our shifting identities.
Arts‘ new show “Macrocosmic: A Selection of Works” features
works by Julia Couzens (M.F.A., ‘90), Brad Miller and Coleen
Sterritt. “Macrocosmic” showcases multiple perspectives on
nature, the body, and space.
This group exhibition of sculpture and works on paper, chosen by
guest curator Carole Ann Klonarides, is on view from September 6
to October 29, 2022. An artist reception to be held on
Saturday, September 17 from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm.
Mark your calendars for the 2022 Sac Open Studios.
Two-hundred and seventy artists will open their studios to the
public in Sacramento and the surrounding area on September 10-11
and 17-18 from 10 pm to 5 pm.
Noah Greene (M.F.A., ‘18) has curated a solo exhibition
of new work by Brooklynn Johnson (M.F.A., ‘19) called
“House of Waves.” This exhibition is organized as part of a
nomadic curatorial project called TRAVELERS.
Biennial’s ”The Land of Milk and Honey [La tierra que
mana leche y miel]” is a traveling multidisciplinary arts and
culture program focused on the ideological concept of agriculture
in the regions of California and Mexico. “The Land of Milk and
Honey,” organized by Ed Gomez, Luis G.
Root Division’s latest
2022″ showcases the talent of twelve emerging artists in
the San Francisco Bay Area, among them recent graduates Kelley
O’Leary (M.F.A., ‘22) and Helia Pouyanfar (M.F.A., ‘22).
“Material Handling,” a new group show at Axis Gallery in
Sacramento, highlights paintings, textile-based works, sound
sculptures, installations and drawings by John Cristello, Anne
Garvey, Esther Marie Hall, Laura Sanford and alum Josh Short
(M.F.A., ‘09). Tavarus Blackmon (M.F.A., ‘18)
curated ”Material Handling” which will be on view from July
2 to July 31.
The work of alumna Hedwig Brouckaert
(M.F.A., art studio, ‘05) is featured in “Speekkamer,” a
two-person exhibition, at Poort 8 in Ghent, Belgium. Also
featuring work by Alexandra Leyre Mein, the show opens on June 30
and runs July 1-3 and 8-10 and by appointment.
Muzi Li Rowe’s (M.F.A., ‘17) debut solo show
“Morbidly Optimistic” looks at the intersection of
technology, personal history, pseudo science and
consumerism. Rowe collects obsolete devices such as used
cell phones and digital cameras. Covered in dust, hair and grime,
these things were once pristine cold machines until time made its
personal mark. They are memento mori of a digital age.