.Siran Babayan

Photograph of artwork made of colored fabric
May 1, 2024

Beyond Bars: SJMA Show Illuminates Prison Industrial Complex

The exhibit “Seeing through Stone,” at San Jose Museum of Art, uses art as a medium to challenge society’s attitudes toward prison abolition.
Photograph of boards with words and pictures that are part of a historical exhibit
Apr 10, 2024

‘Taken From Their Families’ Illuminates Dark History

A little-known chapter of San Francisco’s Angel Island is the subject of “Taken from their Families: Japanese American Incarceration on Angel Island During World War II,” a traveling exhibit at the Japanese American Museum of San Jose.
Day Jobs, artists, Cantor Arts Center, San Jose, Silicon Valley, Standford
Mar 6, 2024

Artists and “Day Jobs” at Cantor Arts Center

Day Jobs at Stanford's Cantor Arts Center highlights the hard work behind being an artist, and often how the very day job influences the craft.
Jonathan Shannon, San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles, quilt, quilting, Museum of Quilts and Textiles
Feb 21, 2024

Jonathan Shannon at the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles

Jonathan Shannon’s quilting is an act of arts advocacy and will be showcasing at the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles thru April 7.
Anisha Ramakrishna, comedy, the Improv, comedian
Oct 4, 2023

Funny Bone

Anisha Ramakrishna tickles the laughter out of audiences during her post reality TV show days. She's coming to San Jose.
art, painting, artwork, portrait
Jul 4, 2023

Born to Run

In October of 2021, Yolanda Lopez: Portrait of the Artist opened at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, one month after López died...
Lawrence Ferlinghetti
Sep 14, 2022

Lawrence Ferlinghetti Art Exhibit Held at Triton Museum of Art

Lawrence Ferlinghetti once wrote about the intersection of poetry and painting by saying: “It chose me, I didn’t choose it.”  Becoming a poet, he said,...
The Faces of Ruth Asawa
Aug 24, 2022

Ruth Asawa Puts a New Face on Art at Cantor Arts Center

Until recently, Ruth Asawa, the Japanese-American artist best known for her intricately looped wire sculptures, has been largely underrepresented outside the Bay Area.  Things began...

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