460 Market Street – Yumiko Kayukawa, photographic exhibit, Rhys Sanchez, stencil exhibit Over on South Fourth Street (at San Fernando): KALEID gallery – 88 South Fourth Street (street level of Fourth Street Garage) 7-9pm Featured Artists’ Reception: More than 30 glass artists from the San Jose Glass Artist Alliance (SJGAA) will exhibit their one-of-a-kind glass ornaments in a mammoth art installation at the 1st Annual Glass Ornament Show held at Kaleid Gallery.
Join Us for South First Friday —
7pm till late, all venues and events FREE.
Then take part in our art auction the next night, Saturday December 6th!
Preview the 2008 Benefit Auction featuring 100 established to emerging regional artists, including Binh Danh, Kathryn Dunlevie, Bill Gould, Karen Haas, Brenda Jamrus, Diane Levinson, Tony May, Stephanie Metz, Angelica Muro, Fanny Retsek, Glen Rogers, and 90 more!
GALLERY HOURS Auction Sneak Peeks Exhibition: Nov. 20 – Dec. 4: Thursdays, 3 – 7 pm, Fridays & Saturdays, noon – 4 pm First Friday Auction Preview: Dec. 5 will be 7 pm till …
Works/San Jose’s Benefit Auction Returns!
With more than 100 pieces of art donated by scores of the area’s artists, Works/San Jose’s exhibition of auction pieces will launch on Thursday, Nov. 20. and culminate with its long-awaited benefit auction on Saturday, Dec. 6.
First Friday Auction Preview: Dec. 5 will be 7 pm till …
Benefit Auction: Saturday, Dec. 6, Last Preview at 5 pm, Bidding at 7 pm till …
Don’t Forget! Works’ current Artist in Residence, Fanny Retsek, continues to work on her on-going “printstallation” entitled “Casualty”. View her progress anytime on the Market Street-side window of the Works’ gallery location.
460 Market Street – Yumiko Kayukawa, photographic exhibit, Rhys Sanchez, stencil exhibit 386 South First Street- GLevy, mixed media exhibit 388 South First Street- Aaron Shinault, urban inspired paintings South First Street between San Fernando &
This friday night, Works/San Jose has a great lineup of FREE entertainment and activities going on.
Throughout the night, there will be live music from these performers:
Nate Kavanaugh (Cast Iron Songs)
Mike Hugenor (Shinobu/Hard Girls)
Sim Castro (The Albert Square)
Works/San Jose will continue its showcase the talents of local Intermediate and High School students in Hope & Fear. Come and see the artists of tomorrow as they learn to explore hope and fear through artistic expression. Also, Works’ current Artist in Residence.
Fanny Retsek, continues to work on her on-going “printstallation” entitled Casualty. View her progress anytime on the Market Street-side window of the Works’ gallery location.
Save the date: Benefit Art Auction, Saturday, December 6!
Come on down to South First Friday at Works/San Jose this friday and experience this fine events: Opening Reception: WORXX: twenty years of design by joe miller A sampling of the dynamic, award winning, and sometimes controversial graphic design for Works/San Jos from 1987 to 2007.
Come on down to South First Friday at Works/San Jose this friday and experience this fine events:
Opening Reception: WORXX: twenty years of design by joe miller
A sampling of the dynamic, award winning, and sometimes controversial graphic design for Works/San José from 1987 to 2007. Installation in the front window and back community wall.
Live electronic music performances by Chlorophil and Derek Scott.
on view in the main exhibition space: Feel the Difference: Cultural Branding Remix
Artists Jano Cortijo, Binh Danh, Ala Ebtekar, Amir H. Fallah, Juan Luna-Avin, and Angelica Muro remix the commercialization of culture and ethnicity.
on view in the Paulette Peterson Installation Space: Chris Elliman An interactive installation on social stereotypes.