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.
Artists from the Sacramento region to the Bay Area have been drawn to the practice of creating assemblages since the 1950s. Assemblage refers to a sculpture fabricated by assembling discarded or recycled objects into a cohesive whole, often with an embedded social commentary. Contemporary artists Suzanne Adan, Randy Brennan, Julia Couzens, Stephen Giannetti, Nemo Gould, […]
The Pence Gallery’s Slice exhibit is now in its 10th year. This display of contemporary art in a variety of media celebrates the work of artists from all over California. This year’s juror is Chris Daubert - artist, writer, and curator - who has chosen pieces that are conceptually thoughtful, technically skilled, and representative of […]