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South FIRST FRIDAYS Join  THIS Friday, June 7, from 5–9 pm in the SoFA District (and beyond!) for an inspired evening of...
06/06/2024

South FIRST FRIDAYS 

Join  THIS Friday, June 7, from 5–9 pm in the SoFA District (and beyond!) for an inspired evening of arts, culture, and community. All ArtWalk venues are free to enter and family-friendly.

Featuring FRIDAY JUNE 7th & SATURDAY JUNE 8th, 2024 from 5pm-11pm

Learn more:
southfirstfridays.com
(link in Profile)

Enjoy exhibitions such as

Artist’s reception: Playing Dice with the Universe. Doug Edwards, solo exhibition
Hosted at
Image 1: Doug Edwards,

Opening reception: From Where I Stand Group Photo Exhibition
Hosted at 
Image 2: The American Dream, Miguel Ozuna, photography

Disruption Invites Reconciliation: Masters of Fine Art 2024,
Hosted at 
Image 3: ‘Michaels Calf,’ Roston Johnson,

And many more!
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Images from
Website

FIRST FRIDAY : Opening Celebration | Christina Fernandez: Multiple ExposuresFriday, June 7, 2024Opening Celebration: 6–9...
06/05/2024

FIRST FRIDAY : Opening Celebration | Christina Fernandez: Multiple Exposures

Friday, June 7, 2024
Opening Celebration: 6–9pm • Member Reception: 6–7pm
Free admission starting at 6pm

Join for the opening celebration of Christina Fernandez: Multiple Exposures, which surveys over three decades of Fernadez’s most important photographic series and installations. Galleries are open late with local musical acts featuring Ryan Trujillo, and his trio. Stop by El Cafecito by Mezcal for a light bite and cash bar.

Christina Fernandez: Multiple Exposures
Friday, June 7, 2024 – Sunday, September 22, 2024

Learn more.
https://bit.ly/June2024sjmafirstfriday
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Photo 1: from website. Christina Fernandez, contact sheet for “Untitled Multiple Exposures” series, 1999. Gelatin silver print, 8 x 10 inches. Courtesy of the artist.
Photo 2: SJMA Event Flyer

 Art Tour is celebrating 20 years throughout 2024This Friday, June 7, 2024~4:00 pm - 9:00 pm~June First Friday, Santa Cr...
06/03/2024

 Art Tour is celebrating 20 years throughout 2024

This Friday, June 7, 2024
~4:00 pm - 9:00 pm~

June First Friday, Santa Cruz has a full lineup of 40+ galleries and venues displaying work from local creatives.

Check out all the event listings at:
firstfridaysantacruz.com
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Enjoy exhibitions such as

“Changing Spaces” celebrates twenty years of First Friday Santa Cruz County by featuring forty artists selected from an open call this spring.
Hosted 
Image 1: “Conducting Quietly” original cyanotype Printed on acid-free 100% cotton 320 gsm paper, 10” x 8” Vincent Waring,

“Recycled Art WORKS (RAW)” Artist Reception
Hosted at 
This is an annual group exhibition in which a diverse group of artists create a wide variety of work with recycled, reclaimed, and repurposed materials.
Image 2:  sculpture made from recycled materials 

“Seeing through Stone,” First Friday at the Institute of the Arts and Sciences
Hosted at
Seeing through Stone is a collaboration between the Institute of the Arts and Sciences at the University of California, Santa Cruz, , and Santa Cruz Barrios Unidos. It invites viewers to see beyond the current global realities of the prison complex, drawing attention to existing practices of imagining the world otherwise.
Image 3: “The 7 Doors,” a mural torn out of one of the corridors of the old prison of Palma de Mallorca and done with the seven last inmates of this prison before its final closure. Patricia Gómez y María Jesús González,

The WilderWilds ft. The Works of Rosebud Wild and Chris Mountain
Hosted at  (featured in issue 12.1, “Device”)
A collaborative art showing from the minds of Rosebud Wild & Chris Mountain. Ambient Sound Wall by ACKLABS and . Support from and
Image 4: The WilderWilds Event Flyer,

And many more!
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Photos from  website

Featured: Issue 7.0, “Reveal,” René Lorraine Schilling-Sears, Mark your calendars for NEXT WEEK’S  2024 beginning the fi...
05/31/2024

Featured: Issue 7.0, “Reveal,” René Lorraine Schilling-Sears,

Mark your calendars for NEXT WEEK’S  2024 beginning the first Friday of June.

FRIDAY JUNE 7th & SATURDAY JUNE 8th, 2024 from 5pm-11pm

SoFA district in downtown San Jose

Experience the region’s finest Creatives participating in visual arts and demos, performing arts and music, tech arts, and installations, including .

Focused on emerging and present subcultures thriving in our region,  is a DIY, artistically bent, hi/lo-techno mashup where street meets geek. Come downtown on June 7th & 8th to San Jose’s SoFA District from 5 pm ’til 11 pm for an inspired evening of arts & culture. In addition to the South FIRST FRIDAYS monthly art walk, you’ll find outdoor stages of entertainment plus artists, performers & musicians celebrating the indie creative spirit!

René Lorraine Schilling-Sears, a graduate of San Jose State with a BFA in Pictorial Arts, has moved from oils to watercolor and pen, giving a voice to what she sees.
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Read more about :
https://bit.ly/rene70reveal
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Interview and Photography by Daniel Garcia,

Featured: Issue 16.3, “Perform,” The Coterie Den, .Join  on Monday, June 3rd, 6-10 pm for The Bay Area Innovative Meet U...
05/31/2024

Featured: Issue 16.3, “Perform,” The Coterie Den, .

Join on Monday, June 3rd, 6-10 pm for The Bay Area Innovative Meet Up Hosted By , , And .io

169 Jackson St, San Jose, CA

Get Tickets:
https://thecoterieden.com/packages/ols/products/test
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This innovative meetup and networking event is stacked with panels and performances, including: 








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Written: Troy Ewers, 
Photography: Alex Knowbody, 

Get your copy of Issue 16.3, “Perform” while supply lasts:
https://bit.ly/perform163

Call for Artists: Last chance to submit artwork for the  x  4th annual Experimental Exhibition. Submissions are open thr...
05/30/2024

Call for Artists: Last chance to submit artwork for the x 4th annual Experimental Exhibition. 

Submissions are open through Sun, June 2

&  are proud to announce the 4th Annual Experimental Exhibition, on view at NUMU from Fri, July 19 through Sun, October 6. In this juried show, artists from across Santa Clara County, ages 18+, are invited to submit a work of art exploring the Boundaries in their world.

They invite submissions for painting, drawing, mixed media, fiber and textile, photography, printmaking, sculpture, digital art, film, video, or animation. As an “experimental” exhibition, they encourage artists, emerging or otherwise, to reach beyond and think unconventionally. They highly encourage artists to create a piece in response to the theme or submit one that hasn’t been exhibited before and has been created within the past three years.

Submit a work that examines the boundaries that exist in your world, be they self-imposed, societally, or politically created. How do boundaries manifest? How can individuals and artists move beyond boundaries? Explore the diverse ways in which boundaries can both connect us and separate us.
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Learn more & submit your work: 
https://bit.ly/2024numugenarts
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Image 1 & 3 from 2022 2nd annual experimental exhibition

Episode  #115: Bree Karpavage and Ann Hazels & “Changing Spaces”  20th-anniversary group exhibition opening First Friday...
05/29/2024

Episode #115: Bree Karpavage and Ann Hazels
&

“Changing Spaces” 20th-anniversary group exhibition opening First Friday, June 7 from 5-9 pm

Bree Karpavage and Ann Hazels are breathing new life into the Santa Cruz art scene. 

First Friday Santa Cruz is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2024. As part of the celebration, they have teamed up with Radius Gallery, which is also celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, to host an exhibition entitled “Changing Spaces,” opening on the first Friday in June.

“Changing Spaces” features the work of 39 artists and is an homage to this monthly event that presents both emerging and established artists showing in small businesses, galleries, and art spaces across the county.

In this conversation, Ann and Bree discuss the business of art, their own art practices, advice for emerging artists, and what they hope audiences take away from their work.
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Listen in:
https://bit.ly/pod115annbree
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Featured: Issue 11.4, “Profiles,” Kathryn Dunlevie,  SATURDAY, JUNE 1st Artist Reception 5-7 pm,  in Palo Alto Join Kath...
05/28/2024

Featured: Issue 11.4, “Profiles,” Kathryn Dunlevie,

SATURDAY, JUNE 1st Artist Reception 5-7 pm, in Palo Alto 

Join Kathryn at THIS Saturday, June 1st, for an Artist Reception to celebrate the 20 amazing artists in ‘RECLAMATION; Womxn Reshaping Figures.’ See artist Jackelin Solorio perform Wise Blood, meet the exhibition artists, and hear music curated by DJ Miles.Wav from 5-7 pm.

This group exhibition seeks to spotlight the powerful and diverse artistic voices of female and non-binary artists, exploring the concept of the female form in contemporary art. RECLAMATION aims to challenge and redefine traditional notions of the female body through a range of mediums, including painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, digital and mixed media.

Kathryn Dunlevie has always possessed a magical perception of the world around her, even before she became an artist. Growing up all over the United States, Dunlevie developed a deep appreciation of what gives a particular area a sense of place.
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Read more about Kathryn:
https://bit.ly/114kathryndunlevie
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Written by Yale Wyatt,
Photography by Daniel Garcia,

Image 2: detail of  piece

Featured: Issue 8.3, “Show,” Force129, Mark your calendars for  2024 beginning the first Friday of June.FRIDAY JUNE 7th ...
05/24/2024

Featured: Issue 8.3, “Show,” Force129,

Mark your calendars for  2024 beginning the first Friday of June.

FRIDAY JUNE 7th & SATURDAY JUNE 8th, 2024 from 5pm-11pm

SoFA district in downtown San Jose

Experience the region’s finest Creatives participating in visual arts and demos, performing arts and music, tech arts, and installations, including .

Focused on emerging and present subcultures thriving in our region,  is a DIY, artistically bent, hi/lo-techno mashup where street meets geek. Come downtown on June 7th & 8th to San Jose’s SoFA District from 5 pm ’til 11 pm for an inspired evening of arts & culture. In addition to the South FIRST FRIDAYS monthly art walk, you’ll find outdoor stages of entertainment plus artists, performers & musicians celebrating the indie creative spirit!

Fernando Amaro Jr. started spray painting at a young age. He reminisces about practicing the art form in his teens, armed with Krylon and a phantom cap. Today, after more than two decades as an artist, Fernando goes by the name Force 129. An unassuming personality brimming with ideas, he is a resident artist at the Kaleid Gallery in downtown San Jose.
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Read more about Force129:
https://bit.ly/force_129
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Written by Amrita Rao
Photography by Arabela Espinoza,

Join  in Santa Clara this Saturday for an artist’s reception. Saturday, May 25th, 20242:00 pm to 4:00 pmAll are welcome,...
05/23/2024

Join in Santa Clara this Saturday for an artist’s reception. 

Saturday, May 25th, 2024
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

All are welcome, whether you submitted artwork or want to show your support. Come by and see the wide variety of artworks selected by this year’s juror, Aly Gould of . With over 115 works selected, this year’s Salon at the Triton will be packed with gorgeous and unique artwork.

Meet the artists and see who will win the Best of Show award, as well as place awards in each category.

In conjunction with the opening of annual Salon competition, they are also celebrating the artists’ reception for two new stunning exhibitions:
Palace of Leaves by Bay Area sculptor Michelle Gregor
Layers and Splashes by Bay Area painter Ayesha Samdani.
Both artists will also be at the reception.

This event is free and open to the public (including free parking) and will include refreshments and light snacks.

RSVP:
https://bit.ly/tritonmay2024reception
(Link in profile)
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Image 1: sculpture from ‘Palace of Leaves’ exhibition 
Image 2: Salon at Triton Flyer
Image 3: ‘Spring has Sprung’ Oil on canvas 48” x 48”

Episode  #114: Zoë Latzer, Video & Podcast Zoë Latzer is the Curator and Director of Public Programs at the Institute of...
05/22/2024

Episode #114: Zoë Latzer,


Video & Podcast 

Zoë Latzer is the Curator and Director of Public Programs at the Institute of Contemporary Art San José (ICA San José).

Latzer’s approach to curation focuses on world-building through the installation of immersive exhibitions that provide audiences with sensory experiences. Through her work, Latzer hopes to create a platform for artists whose artwork addresses underrepresented narratives through lived experiences and personal histories.

In this conversation, we discuss Latzer’s love for nature, her favorite artworks, the science of sad songs, and her current exhibition at ICA San José, a collaboration with Montalvo Arts Center.

Listen in:
https://bit.ly/pod114zoelatzer
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Check out “P L A C E: Reckonings by Asian American Artist,” from March 23 through August 11, featuring eleven California-based Asian American artists and two artist collectives at the ICA San José in downtown San José.

Learn more:
https://bit.ly/ICA2024PLACE

Join  for their 10th Annual IN10SITY Dance Concert at In10sity Show - June 1, 2024 LIVE Saturday June 1st: Doors Open 1:...
05/21/2024

Join for their 10th Annual IN10SITY Dance Concert at

In10sity Show - June 1, 2024 LIVE
Saturday June 1st: Doors Open 1:30p, Showtime 2:00p

students are proud performers participating in this annual dance concert, In10sity. The live, on-stage, and professionally produced show gives every performer an opportunity to shine for their families and dance their hearts out.

Get Tickets:
https://bit.ly/2024studio10dance
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Event Flyer by Jimmy Fonseca, , featured podcast #9
https://bit.ly/JimmyPaintsCP

Featured: Issue 8.3, “Show,” Tim Thompson, Mark your calendars for  2024 beginning the first Friday of June.FRIDAY JUNE ...
05/17/2024

Featured: Issue 8.3, “Show,” Tim Thompson,

Mark your calendars for  2024 beginning the first Friday of June.

FRIDAY JUNE 7th & SATURDAY JUNE 8th, 2024 from 5pm-11pm

SoFA district in downtown San Jose

Experience the region’s finest Creatives participating in visual arts and demos, performing arts and music, tech arts, and installations, including .

Focused on emerging and present subcultures thriving in our region,  is a DIY, artistically bent, hi/lo-techno mashup where street meets geek. Come downtown on June 7th & 8th to San Jose’s SoFA District from 5 pm ’til 11 pm for an inspired evening of arts & culture. In addition to the South FIRST FRIDAYS monthly art walk, you’ll find outdoor stages of entertainment plus artists, performers & musicians celebrating the indie creative spirit!

At first glance, the Space Palette might appear to be an alien device. It consists of a large, oval frame filled with a series of holes (4 large and 12 small). If only observed, its function will remain a mystery. However, once you physically interact with the object, its purpose is revealed… Though the origins of the Space Palette may seem extraterrestrial, it is actually one of Tim Thompson’s many interactive installation pieces… Though the origins of the Space Palette may seem extraterrestrial, it is actually one of Tim Thompson’s many interactive installation pieces.
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Read more about Tim Thompson:
https://bit.ly/83timthompson
(Link in Profile)

Interview by My Art Resources,  
Photography by Daniel Garcia,

Featured: Issue 16.3, “Perform,” Diane Hurd, Diane’s teaching philosophy centers on giving students first-hand knowledge...
05/16/2024

Featured: Issue 16.3, “Perform,” Diane Hurd,

Diane’s teaching philosophy centers on giving students first-hand knowledge of the profession and how it operates in real-life scenarios. She focuses on translating theoretical concepts into practical interior design practice, emphasizing that her primary goal is to help students bridge the gap between academic knowledge and professional application.

“I believe my legacy lies in maintaining the Interior Design Program’s professionalism and fostering a culture of collaboration.” -Diane Hurd

Celebrate the release of issue 16.3, “Perform,” with us THIS Friday, May 17, with the inaugural West Valley College STEAMD Fest featuring:

Work from graduating students 
annual fashion show
Birds of Prey Raptor Show
Moon Garden Tour
Physics & Chemistry Demonstrations
Studio - The Coterie Den
Visual Artist - RC
Visual Artist - Xiaoze Xie
Theatre Company - Palo Alto Players

RSVP:
https://bit.ly/pup163perform
(Link In Profile)


14000 Fruitvale Ave, Saratoga, CA 95070

Order Here:
https://bit.ly/perform163

THANK YOU, Partners




Issue 16.3 Featuring:

The Coterie Den, | Pamela Hornik, | Diane Hurd, | Joel Hangai, - Joshua Cruz, - Shraddha Karalkar, .kar | RC, | Xiaoze Xie, .xiaoze | SJZ Break Room, Scott Fulton, | Aldo Billingslea, | Thy Hope Luong, .luong | Palo Alto Players, Elizabeth Santana, | Carolina Pérez, | Red Rock Coffee Open Mic Night, Ashley Markowicz & Henri Boulanger, .boo

Published by
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Written by Nikoo Parsizadeh,
Photography by Daniel Garcia,

Grab your tickets for MACLA’s 2024 Latinx Art Now! Live Auction, happening THIS Saturday, May 18. ⁠Saturday, May 18, 202...
05/16/2024

Grab your tickets for MACLA’s 2024 Latinx Art Now! Live Auction, happening THIS Saturday, May 18. ⁠

Saturday, May 18, 2024, 6 to 9 pm
ADVANCE TICKET SALES END ON FRIDAY, MAY 17, 2024 AT 3 pm.

Come together with community for an evening of arte, cultura, y música, all in support of mission. Bring a friend or community member and celebrate! Nos vemos allí!

Get Tickets Here: 
https://bit.ly/4bDprQc
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Images of Art featured in 2024 Latinx Art Now! Live Auction taken from Instagram

Image 1: Brittany Bravo, El Poder De Las Trenzas, 2022 photography - ._
Image 3: Juan R. Fuentes “La Danzante,” 2024 linocut - jrn_prints
Image 4: Christian Rodriguez “En La Loma se come,” 2013 traditional dark print
Image 5: Mitsy Ávila Ovalles “El Brody” 2023 embroidery on fabric over canvas -

Join  and  THIS Friday May, 17  for the Inaugural 2024 STEAM’D Fest14000 Fruitvale Ave, Saratoga, CA 95070This unique co...
05/14/2024

Join and THIS Friday May, 17 for the Inaugural 2024 STEAM’D Fest

14000 Fruitvale Ave, Saratoga, CA 95070

This unique collaboration will feature

Cilker 3rd Annual Art & Design Expo 
4 pm Champagne and Empanadas
6:30 pm Content Pick-Up Party 16.3 “Perform” & Live Music by
8 pm annual fashion show 
9 pm Dance Party w/  

STEM Expo 
6 pm Birds of Prey Raptor Show
6 pm & 7:30 pm Planetarium Show
7 pm & 9 pm Moon Garden Tour

RSVP Here and Check out the event map: 
https://bit.ly/pup163perform
(Link in Profile)

We are celebrating the release of issue 16.3, “Perform,” featuring three student artists from The Cilker School of Art and Design and Professor of Interior Design Diane Hurd, with us at The Cilker School of Art + Design, West Valley College.

These local creatives featured in issue 16.3 will display their work:

Recording Studio - The Coterie Den,
Visual Artist - RC,
Visual Artist - Xiaoze Xie, .xiaoze
Theatre Company - Palo Alto Players, Elizabeth Santana,
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Photos from 2023 Fashion Show by Stan Olszewski,

THANK YOU, Partners




Issue 16.3 Featuring:

The Coterie Den, | Pamela Hornik, | Diane Hurd, | Joel Hangai, - Joshua Cruz, - Shraddha Karalkar, .kar | RC, | Xiaoze Xie, .xiaoze | SJZ Break Room, Scott Fulton, | Aldo Billingslea, | Thy Hope Luong, .luong | Palo Alto Players, Elizabeth Santana, | Carolina Pérez, | Red Rock Coffee Open Mic Night, Ashley Markowicz & Henri Boulanger, .boo

Published by

Featured: Content Magazine Podcast, Episode  #88 Co-founder & Chief Programming Officer of Mosaic America, Priya DasEpis...
05/11/2024

Featured: Content Magazine Podcast,

Episode #88 Co-founder & Chief Programming Officer of Mosaic America, Priya Das
Episode #29 Usha Srinivasan, Founder and President of Sangam Arts

Mark your calendars for 2024 beginning the first Friday in June.
FRIDAY JUNE 7th & SATURDAY JUNE 8th, 2024 from 5pm-11pm

SoFA district in downtown San Jose

Experience the region’s finest Creatives participating in visual arts and demos, performing arts and music, tech arts, and installations, including programming from .

Focused on emerging and present subcultures thriving in our region, is a DIY, artistically bent, hi/lo-techno mashup where street meets geek. Come downtown on June 7th & 8th to San Jose’s SoFA District from 5 pm ’til 11 pm for an inspired evening of arts & culture. In addition to the South FIRST FRIDAYS monthly art walk, you’ll find outdoor stages of entertainment plus artists, performers & musicians celebrating the indie creative spirit!

Priya Das created Mosaic’s inspired framework for social cohesion using the Arts and drives the creative vision, programming strategy, artist relations, and community outreach.

Usha Srinivasan, founder and president of Sangam Arts, started reconnecting with native art forms from her home country, leading her to the local arts and culture scene.
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Hear from Priya Das:
https://bit.ly/pod88priyadas
(Link in Profile)

Hear from Usha Srinivasan:
https://bit.ly/pod29sangamarts

Featured: Issue 16.3, “Perform,” Xiaoze Xie, .xiaozeArtist Xiaoze Xie is known for his hyperrealistic, large-scale paint...
05/10/2024

Featured: Issue 16.3, “Perform,” Xiaoze Xie, .xiaoze

Artist Xiaoze Xie is known for his hyperrealistic, large-scale paintings—many of them more than 6,080 square feet–taken from scenes of everyday life, and often depicting images of books: worn, tattered pages, libraries full of dusty tomes, shelves, and stacks of paper. These images are striking in both scale and detail, causing viewers to reflect on our shared humanity, our past and present, and the beauty inherent in things we often overlook.

“The pursuit of freedom of expression often comes at a cost, and should not be taken for granted.” -Xiaoze Xie

Celebrate the release of issue 16.3, “Perform,” with us on Friday, May 17, with the inaugural West Valley College STEAMD Fest featuring:

Work from graduating students 
annual fashion show
Birds of Prey Raptor Show
Moon Garden Tour
Physics & Chemistry Demonstrations
Studio - The Coterie Den
Visual Artist - RC
Visual Artist - Xiaoze Xie
Theatre Company - Palo Alto Players

RSVP:
https://bit.ly/pup163perform
(Link In Profile)


14000 Fruitvale Ave, Saratoga, CA 95070

Order Here:
https://bit.ly/perform163

THANK YOU, Partners




Issue 16.3 Featuring:

The Coterie Den, | Pamela Hornik, | Diane Hurd, | Joel Hangai, - Joshua Cruz, - Shraddha Karalkar, .kar | RC, | Xiaoze Xie, .xiaoze | SJZ Break Room, Scott Fulton, | Aldo Billingslea, | Thy Hope Luong, .luong | Palo Alto Players, Elizabeth Santana, | Carolina Pérez, | Red Rock Coffee Open Mic Night, Ashley Markowicz & Henri Boulanger, .boo

Published by
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Written: Nathan Zanon,
Photography: Daniel Garcia,

Featured: Issue 13.3, “Perform,” Jackelin Solorio, Join  for the Opening Ceremony of “Reclamation: Womxn Reshaping Figur...
05/09/2024

Featured: Issue 13.3, “Perform,” Jackelin Solorio,

Join for the Opening Ceremony of “Reclamation: Womxn Reshaping Figures” on May 11th at 6 pm, featuring artist Jackelin Solorio,  , performing Wise Blood.

May 11th | Opening Ceremony 6 pm
June 1st | Artist Reception 5 - 7 pm

This group exhibition seeks to spotlight the powerful and diverse artistic voices of female and non-binary artists exploring the concept of the female form in contemporary art. RECLAMATION aims to challenge and redefine traditional notions of the female body through a range of mediums, including painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, digital and mixed media.

RECLAMATION will be on view May 11th - June 29th. On June 1st, will host an Artist Reception to celebrate the 20 amazing artists in the exhibition! Meet the artists and hear music curated by DJ .Wav from 5–7 pm.

Read more about Jackelin: 
https://bit.ly/jackelin133
(Link in Profile)
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Article written by Esther Young,
Photos by Gl-o,
Image 2: Exhibition flyer featuring detail of  piece

Episode  #113: The Dean Team Shannon Mirabelli-Lopez and Mel VaughnVideo & Podcast At  in Saratoga, Shannon Mirabelli-Lo...
05/09/2024

Episode #113: The Dean Team
Shannon Mirabelli-Lopez and Mel Vaughn

Video & Podcast 

At in Saratoga, Shannon Mirabelli-Lopez and Mel Vaughn have joined forces to launch the college’s first interdisciplinary expo, STEAM’D Fest, where “Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math, and Design” reimagine collaboration.

Their goal is to foster a culture at West Valley where all disciplines understand their relationships and contributions to problem-solving in today’s world. The three-day public event will feature Content Magazines Pick-Up Party 16.3, “Perform,” an art and design industry night portfolio review, film festival, Cilker School of Art & Design Fashion Show, and Dance Caravan, as well as a birds of prey raptor show, chemistry and physics demonstrations, a planetarium exhibition, and a moon garden tour.

Listen in:
https://bit.ly/pod113deanteam
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Celebrate the release of issue 16.3, “Perform,” with us on Friday, May 17, with the inaugural West Valley College STEAM’D Fest featuring:

Work from graduating  students 
 annual fashion show
Birds of Prey Raptor Show
Moon Garden Tour
Physics & Chemistry Demonstrations
Studio - The Coterie Den
Visual Artist - RC
Visual Artist - Xiaoze Xie
Theatre Company - Palo Alto Players

RSVP Here: 
https://bit.ly/pup163perform

Featured: Issue 12.0, “Discover,” Stephen Longoria, “Japantown” Opening reception: May 11 from 6:00–9:00 pmExhibit on vi...
05/08/2024

Featured: Issue 12.0, “Discover,” Stephen Longoria,

“Japantown” Opening reception: May 11 from 6:00–9:00 pm
Exhibit on view: May 11-June 1, 2024
SKY DECK GALLERY - 4th floor of Exhibit at J Town Apartments
- 525 N 7th Street, Suite 10, San Jose, CA 95112 

Artist Stephen Longoria, the designer of Content Magazine’s 2024 alternate logo, will present a solo exhibition, ‘Japantown,’ at  Sky Deck Gallery on Saturday, May 11, from 6 to 9 pm.

In addition, attend the opening reception of Celebrating Hayao Miyazaki, a group exhibition honoring the enduring legacy of Studio Ghibli co-founder and visionary animator Hayao Miyazaki.

OPENING RECEPTION: May 11 from 6:00–9:00 pm
EXHIBIT ON VIEW: May 11-June 1, 2024

Read more about Stephen: 
https://bit.ly/120stephenlongoria
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“Japantown” Artist narrative:
“My name is Stephen Longoria. I make art in a very graphic style. Not graphic in nature, but just heavily influenced by design. For this show, I’m making pieces dedicated for Japantown. It’s where my studio is and the place I love most in the Bay. I am able to hang with friends, make art and show my experiences of how I see and experience Japantown. This place is my second home from Tejas (Texas) and I love to be in it. Now y’all gonna see some weird sh*t!”
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Article written by Brad Sanzenbacher,
Photos by Daniel Garcia, 

Featured: Issue 16.3, “Perform,” Elizabeth Santana, A few months after graduating from San Jose State University (SJSU) ...
05/07/2024

Featured: Issue 16.3, “Perform,” Elizabeth Santana,

A few months after graduating from San Jose State University (SJSU) with her BA in theater and creative arts, Elizabeth Santana packed three suitcases and bought a one-way ticket to New York… Luck is rare in show biz, but when opportunities do emerge, they branch into unpredictable plots.

“Whether those kids go on to be performers or work in high tech, they’re going to remember: ‘I really loved this.’ “ -Elizabeth Santana

Celebrate the release of issue 16.3, “Perform,” with us on Friday, May 17, with the inaugural West Valley College STEAM’D Fest featuring:

Work from graduating students 
annual fashion show
Birds of Prey Raptor Show
Moon Garden Tour
Physics & Chemistry Demonstrations
Studio - The Coterie Den
Visual Artist - RC
Visual Artist - Xiaoze Xie
Theatre Company - Palo Alto Players

RSVP:
https://bit.ly/pup163perform
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Issue 16.3 Featuring:

The Coterie Den, | Pamela Hornik, | Diane Hurd, | Joel Hangai, - Joshua Cruz, - Shraddha Karalkar, .kar | RC, | Xiaoze Xie, .xiaoze | SJZ Break Room, Scott Fulton, | Aldo Billingslea, | Thy Hope Luong, .luong | Palo Alto Players, Elizabeth Santana, | Carolina Pérez, | Red Rock Coffee Open Mic Night, Ashley Markowicz & Henri Boulanger, .boo

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Content Magazine is a bimonthly magazine promoting the people, events, and businesses of the South Bay. With headquarters in San Jose, Content Magazine articulates the innovative and creative culture that is unique to Silicon Valley.

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Content brings awareness of the people, events and opportunities that are in our city, as we connect together through an aesthetically pleasing forum. Content brings pride and hope to our community, highlighting the distinctiveness which is a destination for visitors and improves the quality of life for our citizens. Through multi-media, web technology and a beautifully printed magazine, access is provided for people to engage in each others’ businesses and creative endeavors.

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