How two beloved institutions showcase and support artists working outside of the mainstream art world.
Shows not to be missed during the Bay Area’s mid-January flurry of art activity.
Artist Rigo 23’s sculpture of Leonard Peltier was eventually found with its arm missing and racist graffiti scrawled on a U-Haul truck in which it was being transported.
Leisure is contested and in need of protection, especially for Black women artists.
Tarot in Pandemic and Revolution reinstates tarot’s enduring ability to offer structure and guidance in moments of social unrest.
This rich history is undercut with urgency, as gentrification is displacing Oakland’s Black population at a staggering rate.
“The Poem is Telling Me I Remember” features collaborative poetry from the Oakland studio and gallery for artists with developmental disabilities.
Tense union contract talks come during a precarious transition for the leading Bay Area art school.
Most assumed exceptionally bad decisions were made. But what if the decisions were actually commonplace among college administrations nationwide?
Hyperallergic reached out to several art schools in California to see how they are planning to address the need for social distancing while maintaining the integrity of their arts curriculums.
Pursuing a web of leads, Kari Marboe attempts to recreate a Daniel Rhodes sculpture for Mills College Art Museum. On view Jan 22-March 15.
This exhibition presents new work by Kathryn Andrews, castaneda/reiman, Dario Robleto, and Weston Teruya. On view through December 8, 2019.