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Call for Artists! Pence Gallery Emerging Artist Award 2024

Pence Gallery (Pence) 212 D St., Davis

PENCE GALLERY. Applications are open for the Emerging Artist Award 2024.  This $4000  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 2025. $25—30

$25 – $30

Alicia Eggert: This Present Moment, 2019–2022


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


Vendor Applications for Curtis Fest 2024

Curtis Park, Sacramento 3349 W Curtis Dr, Sacramento

Are you a Local Maker or Artist? Curtis Fest is an outdoor artisan fair that takes place every summer in Curtis Park. Vendor applications are open now.

$75 – $150

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


Shiva Ahmadi: Strands of Resilience


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


Painting with Fabric and Thread

The Artery 207 G Street, Davis

THE ARTERY. March is fiber month with a vibrant display of creativity. This show displays an amazing artistic range—abstract, realism, florals, landscapes, quilting, embroidery, silk painting. Free


Gina Werfel & Hearne Pardee: Fragments

Pence Gallery (Pence) 212 D St., Davis

PENCE GALLERY. Fragments highlights recent paintings, collages, and drawings of Gina Werfel and Hearne Pardee. Both have recently retired from teaching at UC Davis, having spent more than 20 years teaching art, in addition to maintaining busy studio practices. Despite the differences between their respective work, they each approach their practice with the intent of layering or fragmenting multiple points of view or perspectives. Free


Rachel Li and Evelyn Alverez Exhibit

Gallery 1855 820 Pole Line Rd, Davis

GALLERY 1855. March's exhibit features the work of Rachel li and Evelyn Alvarez. Both artists are Art Students at UCD. Evelyn states through her work she aims to show discomfort, vulerability and distress caused by the disconnect between the mind and the body. Rachel states in the realm of her canvases, reality dances with the extraodinary, and the mundane transforms into the magical. 8a—3p. Free


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

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