Sunday, April 5: 2-4PM
Sunday, April 5
Members Preview: 1-2pm
Public Reception: 2-4pm
The reception is open and free to the public from 2-4pm. Participating artists will be in attendance.
Terri Friedman, Yes, Wool, acrylic, cotton fibers. Courtesy of the Artist.
Terri Friedman, I loved my friend, she went away from me (detail). Courtesy of the Artist.
Due to the Shelter-In-Place Order on Tuesday, March 17th, the ICA is postponing this event.
The San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) opens six new exhibitions on TBD.
Join us at the Opening Reception for all exhibitions on TBD. Exhibiting artists will be in attendance.
Personal Alchemy, three Bay Area artists including Maria Paz, Muzae Sesay, and Terri Friedman transform personal memories, concerns, and pain into work that inspires positivity and empathy. Each artist uses art as a catalyst for healing and combatting anxieties, both personal and political. LigoranoReese: The American Dream looks back at the artist duo’s time-based ice monuments throughout the years. David Ellingsen: Weather Patterns is an immersive projection installation that visualizes milestones in climate breakdown. Jingjing Lin’s video projection installation You Can Trust Me: A New Dawn For America introduces, for the first time in history, an AI presidential candidate. Profiles: Portraits of South Bay Creatives, is a series of portraits by Daniel Garcia depicting artists from the South Bay.
Chris Eckert: Art & Life celebrates the ICA’s 40th Anniversary in a site specific installation in the windows of the ICA.
Prior to the Opening Reception, there will be an Artist Talk and Performance for ICA Members from 1-2PM.