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Alicia Eggert: This Present Moment, 2019–2022

MANETTI SHREM

THRU JUNE 2024. MANETTI SHREM. Eggert uses language & time as her mediums, playing with our experience of time, using the effects of neon signage. Free

Free

STILL: Racism in America, A Retrospective in Cartoons

Design Museum, UC Davis Room 124, Cruess Hall University of California, Davis

UCD DESIGN MUSEUM. This exhibition explores racism through cartoons, showcasing the work of pioneering father/daughter cartoonists the late Brumsic Brandon, Jr. & Barbara Brandon-Croft who chronicled the nation’s cultural landscape in their comic strips through the lens of racism. 12p–4p. Free

Free

Shiva Ahmadi: Strands of Resilience

MANETTI SHREM

JAN 28-MAY 6. MANETTI SHREM MUSEUM. UCD Professor of Art Shiva Ahmadi uses painting as a form of storytelling, combining luminous colors & mystical beings with violent imagery to draw attention to global issues of migration, war & brutality against marginalized peoples while featuring the female figure. Free

Free

Creative Learning with Clay

The Artery 207 G Street, Davis

THE ARTERY. Under Willett Elementary School teacher's Judy Catambay’s guidance, students discover their artistic voices as they turn clay into art. The lessons in clay spark their curiosity and deepen their understanding of the world. Their work—and Catambays—is on display.

Free
Ongoing

Erica Norelius: Natural Places & Urban Spaces

Pence Gallery (Pence) 212 D St., Davis

PENCE GALLERY. Erica Norelius' new series of work offers an in-depth dive into the natural spaces of the Golden State, reaching from the coastal cities and desert areas, north towards Oregon. The quiet presence of man is often seen in small intrusions such as power lines and roads. 11:30a—5p. Free

Free

Call to Artists! Slice: A Juried Exhibit of Regional Art 2024

Pence Gallery (Pence) 212 D St., Davis

The Pence’s Slice exhibit, now in its 12th year, is open for submission by California artists working in any medium (except video or sound). This is an ‘open theme’ exhibit, displaying art that is conceptually thoughtful, technically skilled, and representative of contemporary trends in art.

$30 – $35

Women’s Work

Pence Gallery (Pence) 212 D St., Davis

PENCE GALLERY. Women artists have long used humor and satire to critique the unequal treatment of women, in areas from reproductive rights to their depiction in the media. Women’s Work is a sampling of contemporary sculpture and paintings by thirteen artists who redefine gender and femininity through their art. Free

Free

Crochet Club with Tobi Onadeko

Pence Gallery (Pence) 212 D St., Davis

PENCE GALLERY. Are you looking for a new hobby or want to learn a new skill? Already know how to crochet and just looking for a space to practice and share your creativity with others? Come join artist Tobi Onadeko for crochet sessions at the Pence! With over 10 years of experience crocheting, Tobi is passionate about fostering community and will teach you some helpful tips and tricks each month. 12p—2p. $15 Members, $22 Non-Members

$15 – $22
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Artist Demonstration

The Artery 207 G Street, Davis

THE ARTERY. Watch artist Hannah Klaus Hunter as she works on a monoprint collage. 12p—3p. Free

Free
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