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  • Maureen Cappon-Javey 12:13 am on March 11, 2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Mark Your Calendar for ArtHouse 

    Please join us at ArtHouse, a weekend-long celebration of art and ideas at the ICA, April 30 and May 1, 2011 (9AM – 5PM each day).  ArtHouse is free to attend and will highlight and demonstrate all the great things that are going on at the ICA that benefit artists, members and our community at large, including:

    The Print Fair: an open portfolio sale by more than 35 Bay Area printmakers
    Printapalooza!: morning and afternoon art-making workshops at the ICA Print Center*
    AIR Print Exhibition: original works on paper by ICA Artists in Residence
    Talking Art: lunchtime conversations and demonstrations with visiting artists
    Exhibition Tours with ICA curators and exhibiting artists

    For more details and to sign-up, click here.

    To win a chance to participate in a 3-hour printmaking workshop for free during ArtHouse, print this invitation card and drop it off at the ICA on or before April 15, 2011.

    For ArtHouse information and programming updates, please go to http://www.sjica.org.

    We are very excited to be presenting this inaugural event and hope to see you in there. Please feel free to invite your friends and family.

    Cheers and stay tuned for more ArtHouse news in the coming weeks.

  • Maureen Cappon-Javey 12:39 am on January 8, 2011 Permalink | Reply  

    “This is the most amazing opportunity for art appreciators since Claude Monet and Pierre-Auguste Renoir propped their easels along the Seine…” 

    so says Robyn Blummer of the St. Petersburg Times who writes about the 450 + reasons NARM is the ultimate cultural passport. NARM: North American Reciprocal Membership Program.  Read about it here and GET IT as an ICA “Friend” member and above.

  • Maureen Cappon-Javey 11:12 pm on December 16, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    “Easily one of the best art exhibitions I’ve seen in years” 

    Exhibition review by Ben Marks, KQED Arts writer, December 2010

    Tony May: Old Technology, which runs through February 26, 2011, at the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, is easily one of the best art exhibitions I’ve seen in years. This handsome, elegant and witty retrospective makes those of us who have not paid enough attention to May’s work for the past 30 or 40 years feel like fools. For the record, I fall squarely into that camp. To paraphrase the title of the fine catalog essay by Renny Pritikin, who borrowed the line from artist Italo Scanga, why isn’t this guy more famous?  Read the full review here.

  • Maureen Cappon-Javey 11:28 pm on October 21, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Coming Nov 2010: Tony May: Old Technology 

    Tony May, T. Tree House, 1999-2009, Installation view, Hawaii, Mixed media, Courtesy of the Artist

    The first large-scale retrospective exhibition of works by San Jose artist Tony May opens in November 2010 at the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA). This  comprehensive exhibition that includes painting, sculpture and site-specific interactive installations runs through February 2011.

    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.

    Read more…

  • Maureen Cappon-Javey 11:20 pm on October 21, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    We’ve been Voted Best Art Gallery in Silicon Valley! 


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