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Stephanie Metz

Using the unusual material of felted wool, Stephanie Metz is currently completing a series of human-sized sculptures, reminiscent of biological forms that meant to be touched…

Dan Paul Wysuph

Tattooing is really bold and kind of severe. All these images are life and death and love and all the big existential stuff boiled…

Meet-Up Sept 2018

Content Meet-Up events are created to offer the South Bay’s creative community a chance for free networking and collaboration. A variety of industry professionals…

Dinh Q. Lê

Dinh Q. Lê: True Journey Is Return is the largest solo exhibition of the renowned Vietnamese-American artist’s work in the United States in more than…

Carlos Rolón

Look at the cracks in the corners because sometimes there’s a lucky penny there. Chicago based artist Carlos Rolón opens his solo exhibit at Movimiento de…

Liqing Liang

Liqing Liang has a soft demeanor, a haphazard workspace, and an apparent tendency to gift venti Starbucks lattes to visitors. His work frequently combines…

SJMA Walk and Talk

Dasha Lavrennikov is a dancer, choreographer, performer, and teacher. She has lived in Rio de Janiero for the past few years, working on her…

Museum Walk and Talk

Last month, Content accompanied artist Sarah Rosalena Brady for an evening at the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford…

Face on the Barroom Floor

There aren’t many operas that open with jazz piano. And there certainly aren’t many where the heroine dies twice. But, with its half-hour runtime…