Rewriting the Rules | With Love… Issue 23
Rewriting the Rules | ED Update | Live Online Soon! | Summer Fun for Young Artists
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Rewriting the Rules
California Girls 2
The 1971 exhibition California Girls was the last show organized by groundbreaking curator Tom Marioni for Richmond Art Center. Marioni was dismissed from his job at RAC shortly after the opening reception. California Girls 2 marks the 50th anniversary of Marioni’s time at RAC.
Accompanying the exhibition is a new interview with Tom Marioni, Rewriting the Rules, by curator Shaelyn Hanes.
Pride: A message from RAC’s Executive Director
“At Richmond Art Center we celebrated Pride last weekend with Drag Queen Story Hour. In this special storytelling event with Drag Queen PerSia, families came together to rejoice in the gender fluidity of childhood and experience positive, queer role models.
“But Pride month is also a time for action.”
Live Online Soon!
End in Sight
Three Artists’ Bittersweet Journey Through a Pandemic
Online Artists’ Talk: Thursday, June 24, 7-8pm PST
Three artists – Elishes Cavness, Tiffany Conway and Marva – will discuss their journey through the Covid-19 pandemic in a special online artists talk on Thursday, June 24, 7pm to 8pm. These three Richmond artists have studios very close to each other, and over the past eighteen months have developed a special bond. As Cavness says, “We are a unique three. We’ve supported each other. We’ve been in contact. We created a community of three.”
Summer Fun for Young Artists
Online Summer Art Experiences for Kids!
We’ve lined up some exciting online activities for young artists this summer! Drop in to single classes or sign up for weekly sessions. Printmaking Camp, Tie Dye Camp, Mermaid Camp, plus more! For Ages 5+
And don’t forget we have scholarships available for folks who need an Art Boost.
Summer Class Catalog
Summer Class Catalog
Cover image: Artwork by Dawline-Jane Oni-Eseleh @disfordilettante. Dawline is teaching Visual Journaling starting TODAY!
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