Tour Beta Space: Victor Cartagena with Marja van der Loo, curatorial associate.
SJMA welcomes the SVAP FilmFest’s showing of Memoirs of Bjork-Geisha: From Orientalism to Incarceration, followed by a Q&A with performance artist Tina Takemoto.
Our oceans, rivers, lakes, and streams are in crisis. Jeanne Falk Adams organized the exhibition Fragile Waters out of concern for these fragile ecosystems. Adams, former director of the Ansel Adams Gallery in Yosemite National Park, will examine the work and conservation activism of Ansel Adams, Ernest Brooks II, and Dorothy Kerper Monnelly.
Explore the exhibition Diana Al-Hadid: Liquid City with Curator Lauren Schell Dickens.
Victor Cartagena, whose work is featured in “Beta Space,” has lived in California since fleeing civil war in his native El Salvador in the 1980s. The scars of his country’s turbulent history are reflected in his work. He often critically analyzes the effects of war and immigration on a community.
Instructor Kathleen Callan practices many styles of yoga and deeply appreciates the meditative quality of art. Perfect for beginners and experts alike, this gentle vinyasa class will incorporate breathing exercises to accompany the exhibition Your Mind, This Moment.
Tour the exhibition The Darkened Mirror: Global Perspectives on Water with Curator Lauren Schell Dickens.
The volunteers of the Museum Store Guild present their annual yard sale. Proceeds benefit the San Jose Museum of Art Kids’ Summer Art Camp scholarship fund.