Imprint: Time, Memory, Identity, and Place
Friday, September 7, 7-10pm
with South First Fridays art walk and street fair
September 8 through October 14
Fridays 12–6pm, Saturdays and Sundays 12–4pm
Mary Ayling, Connie Begg, Carmina Eliason, Sylvia Min, and Lisa Solomon
Art that establishes identities through displacement and movement in place and time. Curated by Sylvia Min, Imprint includes work incorporating stitches in fabric, photographic prints, paintings, sculptures, installations, and residues of performance.
Imprint is Works’ entry in “New Terrains: Mobility & Migration,” a south bay initiative with San José Museum of Art.
Saturday, September 22, 10am–12pm
Artist Connie Begg will engage participants in cyanotype creation and experimentation. all and materials provided—your curiosity is all that is required! $20 fee includes instruction and all cyanotype materials. See full details at registration pages:
Tickets on Eventbrite!
Event page on Facebook!
Reading by Carmina Eliason
First Friday, October 5, 6:30pm
Reading of Corridos: Stars as Distant Countries
In this free reading, Carmina explores her bi-cultural heritage, memories, family history, and folk tales. Reading time 15 minutes. Attend the reading and stay for the re-opening and South First Fridays art walk!
Re-opening and art walk
First Friday, October 5, 7pm–11pm
Free refreshments at a relaxed re-opening.