Art

Nina Simon

A thought leader transforming the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History into a community gem. “How can we have intentions to be welcoming…

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…

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…

Farah Yasmeen Shaikh

Since 1991, the SVLaureate program has awarded more than 150 of the finest artists the South Bay has to offer with honors, recognition, and…

Katherine Van Kirk

Finding Diebenkorn’s Underpainting Katherine Van Kirk experiences galleries a little differently than your typical art museum frequenter. When she takes in a piece, her…

Ning Hou

Today’s art, on the surface, looks so different from the past. But the content is still the same. From the age of six, Ning…

Artist Lacey Bryant

Lacey Bryant splits her time as a painter between the prodigious and the deftly understated. As a set painter and muralist, her images command…

Beyond Borders: Stories of im/Migration

The newest art exhibition at Santa Clara University seeks to explore the painful, devastating, and, above-all, heartfelt stories of the process of migration in…

Genuine Haha

A Genuine Haha product could be for anyone, sure, but what makes the experience of Genuine Haha’s greeting cards, art prints, and enamel pins…