Roski alumni make up half of the emerging artists nominated for the Rema Hort Mann Foundation Grant, and will be participating in an exhibition at Honor Fraser Gallery.
News: April 2011
Three key cities of contemporary art—Rome, Paris, and Los Angeles—will be the focus of an intense day of panels, performances, and projections that will involve artists, curators, critics, and museum directors, giving all fair visitors the chance to interact with important figures of the international art scene.
The pairing of these two young Los Angeles-based artists, Josh Mannis and Nick Kramer, highlights a shared preoccupation with generation, repetition and internal reflection.
The artistic goals of The Empathy Project are to express empathy toward people with ties to Japan in light of the recent earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster, and to inspire and urge local artists and arts professionals to share this sensibility.
Jennifer West solo exhibition
April 23–May 21, 2011
Opening reception: 6–8 pm
Marc Foxx Gallery
Orange County Center for Contemporary Art presents Joe Fleming's (BFA '79) solo exhibition, on display from May 5–June 18, 2011.
The Thing About This Town
Opening reception: Friday, April 8th, 6-8 pm
Brennan & Griffin presents Kristin Calabrese's second solo exhibition in New York, comprised of a series of new oil paintings.
For this wide-reaching program, the Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum curators invited 10 Los Angeles-based artists to reconsider the societal and cultural notion of "home" by creating site-specific installations in residences throughout Santa Barbara.
This exhibition by Mañana por la Mañana, a Los Angeles-based salon of women artists, writers, filmmakers, and designers, experiments with possibilities for contemporary feminist art practice, through ways of engagement with each other and the public.