Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Bay Area Museum news and views -Midweek edition

18th Annual Alameda Museum Exhibit of Alameda Women Artists (AWA)
Alameda is a thriving haven for artists” and you are invited to enjoy some of Alameda’s most talented artists at the “18th Annual Alameda Museum Exhibit of Alameda Women Artists (AWA)”. This exhibit, silent auction and associated events contribute to Alameda’s rich heritage in the arts and have been popular annual attractions every year. Proceeds from the auction benefit the Alameda Historical Museum and the AWA, to nurture and promote the arts in Alameda.

Artists Reception on Saturday, November 13th - 1:30 to 3:30 PM (the public is invited)
Silent Auction ends December 4th, 2010

Alameda Historical Museum 2324 Alameda Avenue (right off Park Street)
Hours are Wed.-Fri. - 1:30-4:00 pm - Sat. 11-4:00 pm, Sun. 1:30-4:00 pm (510) 521-1233

Asian Art Museum
You can study traditional Japanese painting at the Asian and be inspired by their current exhibit of Japanese screens: Nihonga: Japanese Traditional Painting

Nihonga (Japanese style painting) painter Fumiyo Yoshikawa demonstrates traditional techniques using handmade papers, gold leaf, various mineral pigments, and animal glue solution. Create your own nihonga.
Thursday-Sunday, November 11-21

 Tony May, Book Mobile Shadows (SJICA)

If you know the way to San Jose, The San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art (SJICA) will be presenting the works of San Jose artist, Tony May.

By presenting carefully curated pieces from public and private collections, May’s own archive, new works and recreations of past temporal or site-specific projects that have been lost over time, the exhibition brings long-overdue recognition to May as a Bay Area art treasure in his own right.  An exhibition opening reception will be held at the ICA on Friday, November 12th from 6pm – 8pm. 
Friday, November 12, 2010 through Feb 2011
6pm - 8pm

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