THRU December 23. PETER J. SHIELDS LIBRARY. Exhibit traces the Asian American Activism movement from the 1960s to the present, with a focus on the University of California, Davis campus. Using documents, photographs, and oral histories recordings, this interactive exhibit strives to diversify online sources for Asian American History and ethnic studies.
“Woven Air: Dhakai Jamdani Textile From Bangladesh,” an exhibition of traditional Bangladeshi textiles noted for a weaving technique that creates surface decorations, opens at the UC Davis Design Museum on Oct. 3. This exhibition features fine-count Jamdani, the ornate textile that has experienced a revival in Bangladesh. Jamdani artisans employ the same weaving techniques of […]
The John Natsoulas Gallery is proud to present a new exhibition in honor of Robert Arneson (Sept. 4, 1930 – Nov. 2, 1992). Commemorating the 30-year anniversary of the passing of the great artist, this show will offer visitors the chance to see amazing sculptures and works on paper by this artist who shaped the […]
The Pence Gallery announces that its Emerging Artist Award 2023 is now open for application via www.callforentry.org. This award supports the creation of new work by emerging artists in California and the opportunity to share that work through an exhibit and an artist talk in January 2024. Artists must use the award of $4000 to […]
Rita Glazer Bunch “Dawning Art” fluid acrylic pour painting December 3 – January 6 2nd Friday ArtAbout Reception: December 9, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Logos Books, 513 Second Street, Davis, CA, 95616 Rita Glazar Bunch is a burgeoning artist based in Davis, California. Between raising her family and a demanding career in business, including […]