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SN&R Vol 29 Issue 10
If you’re looking to get more cultured in Trump’s America, what’s more open-minded than seeing a French film that not-so-subtly bashes Marin Le Pen and the Front National?
By Mozes Zarate
This article was published on 06.15.17
SN&R Vol 29 Issue 9
Vinay Sharma curates Bay Area and Sacramento-area abstract printmakers for Arthouse’s June exhibition.
This article was published on 06.08.17
Jane Olin chases Zen and embraces happy accidents in her photography.
Jennifer Warpole’s kinetic impressionistic paintings are at B. Sakata Garo.
SN&R Vol 29 Issue 5
Meech Miyagi shows his bacterial-colony-inspired copper sculptures at Artspace 1616.
This article was published on 05.11.17
Cindy Wilson’s summertime-appropriate ceramic sculptures are on exhibit at Tim Collom Gallery.
Roma Devanbu explores the role of art in spirituality in A Pilgrim Continues Her Way at Axis Gallery.
SN&R Vol 28 Issue 52
John Stuart Berger curates work by more than 40 artists for Fe Gallery’s Fauna Anomaly.
This article was published on 04.06.17
Longtime Sacramento marketing and design firm Uptown Studios moves and opens its doors on Second Saturday, starting with Susan J. Silvester.
Dana Bilello-Barrow shows her ceramic two-dimensional artwork at ACAI Gallery & Studios.
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