Alum Mathew Zefeldt (MFA 2011) is participating in the show
“Open World: Video Games & Contemporary Art” at the Akron Art
Museum in Akron, Ohio. “Open World” will be on display at
Akron until February 2, 2020. This exhibitoin will eventually
make its way to the San Jose Museum of Art where it will be in
view from September 10, 2020 to January 10, 2021.
Alum Noah Greene (MFA 2018) is showing in the two-person exhibit
“Never Feels Like a Future” at Tropical
Contemporary in Eugene, Oregon. This site-specific
installation will be on display Saturday October 19 and
October 26 from 1-4 pm. An opening reception will be held on
October 18 from 6-9 pm.
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Congratulations to alum Julia Couzens (MFA 1990) who participated
in the 2019 Cheongju Contemporary Craft Biennale in Cheongju,
South Korea. She also addressed the 3rd Academic
Symposium of the Biennale on “Dreaming the Crafts of the Future!”
Currently on display at the Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film
Archive is the exhibition “Strange”
featuring the work of artists whose art captures the spirit
of Surrealism. Among these featured artists is alum Julia Couzens
Alum Danielle Bronson (BA Art History and Art Studio,
2019) will be giving a lecture at the Living Computer Museum and
Labs in Seattle on net.art.
Her talk will take place Saturday, October 19, 2019 from 3-4 pm.
Bronson is currently based in the Bay Area and is a contributing
author to Sartle.com
Alum Zach Clark’s (MFA 2016) National Monument Press has
just released a new artist book, Kelley
O’Leary’s Collective Geographies based on an Irving
Street Project community mapping 2017-2018 event in San
Francisco. The official release will take place at Black Bird
Bookstore in San Francisco Saturday, September 28 from 7-9 pm.
Alum Lisa Rybovich Crallé (MFA 2011) is rolling out her next
event for the 2019-2020 season. This weekend kicks off a
7-month series of artist-led workshops organized by Crallé .
“Surrounding Desire” is a two-part workshop led by
Chicago-based artist/scholar Anna Martine Whitehead in
collaboration with Bay Area artist Sofía Córdova.
In 1965, art Professor William Wiley purchased an odd object in a
thrift store and brought it to campus. The Slant Step is a green
linoleum-covered plywood stool with a slanted – and seemingly
nonfunctional – step that has inspired artists for decades at UC
Davis and beyond.
San Jose Institute of
Contemporary Art’s 39th annual Connect &
Collect Art Auction and Exhibition is opening in October and
Alum Jamie Banes (MFA 2007) will be participating. Jamie has
contributed The Revisionists to this fundraiser which
opens for viewing on Sunday, October 6, 1pm – 4pm.
The Bid Party-Sunday takes place on October 6
from 11am-1pm and the
Alum Jamie Banes (MFA 2007) is participating in the exhibition
at Root Division in San
Francisco. This annual juried exhibition will include four
of Jamie’s wall sculptures, including two new pieces. Jamie and
eleven of the Bay Area’s most promising emerging artists are
featured in this show which is running from September 11-28,
2nd Saturday Reception: September 14, 2019, 7-10 pm
Three of the five artists in the exhibition “Empathy” at the
Cosumnes River College art gallery are UC Davis art alumni.
Arthur Gonzalez (MFA 1981), Julia Couzens (MFA 1990) and Tavarus
Blackmon (MFA 2017) are part of the exhibition on display
September 13 through November 21. An opening reception
will take place September 13 from 5:30 to 8:30
Consumnes River College
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Sacramento, CA 95823
Alum Hedwig Brouckaert (MFA 2005) has a new solo exhibition
coming soon. ”Joyrides” will be on display at the Dhaese
Gallery in Ghent from September 1 to October 13, 2019.
Jan Dhaese Gallery
Ajuinlei 15b – 9000 – Gent
If you can’t get to Ghent, Hedwig will also be showing at the
Consul-General of Belgium Residence in New York City. This
September, Hedwig, along with 8 other Belgian artists, will be
displaying their work in “Art at the Residence” at the Residence
of the Consul-General of Belgium in NYC, 5th Avenue, 10th Floor
Alum Ben Diller (MFA 2002) has been selected to participate in
the juried exhibition “And Now for Something New”, Vol. 2 at the
LeMieux Galleries in New Orleans. “And Now for Something New”
runs from August 3rd – September 28th, 2019. The jurors were
Laura Richens, the Curator of the Carroll Gallery in the Newcomb
Art Department of Tulane University, and Dale Newkirk, professor
of Visual Arts and Director of University Art Galleries at
Southeastern Louisiana University. They will select a winning
artist who will receive a show at LeMieux Galleries in 2021.
If you were in SF this past weekend, I hope you caught alum Jamie
Banes (MFA 2007) in “stARTup Small Works.” For the second year,
Jamie participated in the art fair at The Midway in San Francisco
which features select artists showing small-scale works in a
variety of mediums.
Without Boundaries,” opening July 14 at the Jan Shrem and Maria
Manetti Shrem Museum of Art, explores the many ways
artists can approach the landscape. Drawn entirely from the
museum collection, the exhibition includes art by emeriti faculty
members Robert Arneson, Roy De Forest, Mike Henderson, Roland
Petersen, Cornelia Schulz, Wayne Thiebaud and William Wiley, and
alumni Deborah Butterfield and Maija Peeples-Bright.
Alum Ryan Meyer (MFA 2018), one of three artists in the
collaboration known as VINEGAR, will be showing at Freedom House
on Thursday, June 27 from 5-9 pm. “Spectacular Never the Same”
will present the launch of Vinegar’s first zine
Posterior, poetry readings by Halley Cotton, Daniel
DeVaughn, Carey Fountain, Ryan Meyer, Chelsea Wilkerson, as well
as the exhibition of VINEGAR’s latest drawings, paintings,
This event is free and one night only
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