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Marie-Luce Nadal: Nothing But Light

Marie-Luce Nadal: Nothing But Lightin partnership with Fulcrum ArtsJune 3 – August 13, 2023Opening Reception: Saturday, June 3 from 7-10pm Nothing But Light Marie-Luce Nadal’s art confronts the intertwining scales of life. Building upon the legacy of her ancestors, she embarks on a relentless paradoxal pursuit to tame or to be part of the sky itself. […]

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individual in white beekeeping suit engaged with green and yellow beehive boxes.

Alicia Rojas: With Honey in the Mouth – Con Miel en la Boca

Alicia Rojas: With Honey in the Mouth – Con Miel en la Boca May 6 – September 10, 2023 Opening Reception: Saturday, May 6 from 7-10pm With Honey in the Mouth – Con Miel en la Boca examines the synchronicities between honeybees and human-forced migration journeys. Honeybees are required to sustain our global ecosystem. The synchronicities […]

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Kade Twist: To Keep a Fire

Kade Twist pokes a stick at the unresolved tensions between market-driven systems, consumerism, and American Indian cultural self-determination.

The exhibition is a fragmented ceremonial ground, of sorts, comprised of sculpture, video, sound, and smell that present unexpected histories, desires, experiences, sequences, and artifacts of contemporary colonization and neoliberal violence.

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Lexa Walsh: Sisters InfoShop

Lexa Walsh: Sisters InfoShop in collaboration with the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange, February 4 through May 14, 2023 Opening Reception with Sisters Engaged Activities Saturday, February 4 from 7-10pm Sisters InfoShop, an exhibition and socially engaged residency project by Lexa Walsh, is a platform for the legacy of progressive women religious in California and beyond. With a […]

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woman with dark hair at lower left stands in front of desert landscape that includes two white round living home-like pods

Christopher Wormald: YOU + A.I. = A.I.M.

CHRISTOPHER WORMALD YOU + A.I. = A.I.M. November 5, 2022 through May 14, 2023 Opening Reception: Saturday, November 5 from 7-10PM YOU + A.I. = A.I.M. delves into humanity’s relationship to technology and its revolutionary, mundane, or destructive impact on the world.  This project is an ever-expanding series depicting past, present, and future imagined scenarios through the […]

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Mariangeles Soto-Diaz: Gentle Prowess Deliberations

MARIANGELES SOTO-DIAZGENTLE PROWESS DELIBERATIONSSeptember 3, 2022 – January 15, 2023a socially engaged artist-in-residence project Performance: 7:30pm, Saturday, December 10th, 2022Part of Mariangeles Soto-Diaz’s ongoing artist residency at Grand Central Arts Center (GCAC) in Santa Ana, CA, Gentle Prowess Deliberations is the third project in a series in which the artist incorporate judo principles and elements into art objects, installations, performances and […]

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LaRissa Rogers: We’ve Always Been Here, Like Hydrogen, Like Oxygen

LaRissa Rogers We’ve Always Been Here, Like Hydrogen, Like Oxygen  Double channel video // 7min 22sec // 2020 Artist LaRissa Rogers washes her body as a ritual of labor and self-care. She does this on the Richmond Slave Trail and the African Burial Ground in Richmond, VA, and places her body in these locations to […]

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Fox Maxy: Maat

Fox Maxy Maat what does it mean to come from somewhere?  ABOUT THE ARTIST Fox Maxy is a film director and artist in San Diego of Kumeyaay and Payí­³mkawichum ancestry.  The artist’s work has screened at the Museum of Modern Art’s Doc Fortnight, BAMcinemaFest, LACMA, BlackStar Film Festival, ImagineNative Film Festival, and Rotterdam (IFFR), among other places. In […]

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GUINNESS BOOK WORLD RECORD ATTEMPTBY JOEY CASTANONIN ASSOCIATION WITH THE CURRENT EXHIBITIONYUMI JANAIRO ROTH: SPIN (AFTER SOL LEWITT)Saturday, July 2 beginning at 7:30PM On Saturday, July 2nd beginning at 7:30 pm, Los Angeles-based sign spinner Joey Castanon will attempt to set a Guinness Book World Record – number of times in one minute, completing a trick in the spinning world […]

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