We had the pleasure of having artist Arleene Correa Valencia (www.correavalencia.com) take over our IG Live and shared about her process and inspiration behind her work! Arleene was one of the artist for our last exhibition, Our Connection to the Land, Dec 6, 2019 – March 15, 2020. If you’d like to see Arleene’s take over
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Join us this Wednesday, April 15th on Instagram Live for your chance to make you very own pineapple pinata alongside artist Patty Botello (IG @pbotelloart)! Find the supply list below and be sure to download the template by clicking here–> Mini piñata template Time: 30 minutes Difficulty: super easy (great for beginners of all ages) Supplies: Cardboard
Artist Cruzita Mendoza Fonseca took over our Instagram Live on April 1st, 2020, for another installment of Stories from La Sala and walked us through her home creative space, shared art pieces she’s been working on, as well as what has kept her motivated as an artist during these times. Follow Cruzita (@xruzita) on Instagram!
Pattern Recognition Exhibition Sep 2 — Nov 13, 2016 Aaron De La Cruz, Adrian Esparza and Linda Vallejo construct, unravel, and mark to re-encounter the familiar. Read more about… Linda Vallejo Artist Statement on “The Brown Dot Project” ARTIDATA: “The Brown Dot Project” as a Translative Process by Peter Frank
Exhibition Jun 1 – Aug 14, 2016 Guest curated by Alice Mizrachi, Code Mixing presents the work of latina street artists at the intersection of art, politics, and gender. Featuring work by Mitsy Ávila Águila, Nanibah Chacon, Lady Pink, Leslie “DIME” Lopez and Jessica Sabogal.
Exhibition April 1 – May 14, 2016 View the very best in contemporary Latino art from the Bay Area and beyond. Free and open to the public during gallery hours. Auction Saturday, May 14, 2016 Doors open at 6 pm Join us for an evening of hors d’oeuvres, food, drinks, entertainment and friendly bidding at
May 2—August 2, 2014 California Premiere COSMOS CODEX was a commissioned, site-specific work by artist Vargas-Suarez UNIVERSAL. This is MACLA’s first art exhibition dedicated to the relationship between art, astronomy and space research, the artist’s first solo show in California and the first time he has publicly exhibited sculptural objects. Vargas-Suarez UNIVERSAL (VSU) is primarily
A contemporary art exhibition exploring the unique heritage of corn in the Americas Work by Yvonne Escalante, Yolanda Guerra, Fernando Mastrangelo, Viva Paredes, and Jorge Rojas November 1 2013—February 15, 2014 The artists in this exhibition present the unique heritage of maize and corn in the Americas and illustrate this crop’s journey from pre-Columbian times to
DE ESPERANZA Y DE LOCURA/OF HOPE AND MADNESS Work by Erika Harrsch, Miguel Luciano, Esperanza Mayobre, Favianna Rodriguez, and Judi Werthein August 28—October 26, 2013 This group exhibition presents the work of Latino artists who deal with migration and immigration issues understood as flights of both hope and insanity. It includes kites bearing the images
POP TO THE RESCUE Work by Mitsy Ávila Ovalles, Carolyn Castaño, Las Hermanas Iglesias, and Ana Serrano June 7–August 10, 2013 Pop to the Rescue summons Latina popular culture strategies and aesthetics to deal with chaotic environments. When in trouble, each of the artists employs popular culture in her own idiosyncratic manner to metaphorically level the
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