Upcoming Calendar

Now and Next at Works:

opening night: First Friday, September 7, 2018, 7-10pm
exhibition: September 8 through October 14
Exhibition on memory and personal histories curated by artist Sylvia Min, with Mary Ayling, Connie Begg, Carmina Eliason, and Lisa Solomon.

Auction Art Intake
Artists drop-off for the Benefit Auction:
Four days from noon to 4pm: Saturday and Sunday, October 20 and 21,
and Friday and Saturday, October 26 and 27
art can also be shipped to arrive at Works by Friday, October 26

Benefit Art Auction
opening night: First Friday, November 2, 2018, 7-10pm
exhibition: November 3–December 8
Auction night: Saturday, December 8, 2018, party starts 6pm, auction lots close live starting 7pm
The south bay’s most eclectic and accessible auction features more than 100 regional artists—from the most honored artists of our region to exciting newcomers!

South First Fridays art walks and Works receptions happen every month except January and July. Well-RED reading series presented with Poetry Center San José is on the second Tuesday of each month at 7pm, and Flash Fiction Forum is presented every other month.

Now considering proposals for 2019 exhibitions. Scheduled so far (subject to adjustment):

Unity in Diversity
exhibition: January 18–February 10, 2019
A community exhibition based on the Unity in Diversity flag designed by Javier Yep.

Evocation Made Real
exhibition: March 2–April 7, 2019
Art and site specific installations with artists Gloria Huet, Bill Gould, and Judy Rookstool.

Shifting Tides: a convergence in cloth
exhibition: April 19–May 5, 2019
Fiber art from Pacific Rim regions on Pacific Ocean life and environments. Presented in association with seven western regions of Studio Art Quilt Associates as a program of the SAQA international conference.

Animation exhibition (title to come)
exhibition: May 17–June 9, 2019
The work of 70 graduates from SJSU’s Animation Program.

Check our main page and see our Facebook page for First Friday openings and other events.

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