Told in a series of monologues and songs, YOU BETTER CALL YOUR MOTHER looks back at actor turned chef Mitchell Anderson's 60+ years and how he went from closeted actor to accidental activist - finding happiness, true love, and respect along the way.
I'll be a guest speaker at the Culture Summit 2023. The title of my presentation is: "Inspiring Hope, Inspiring Change: Art's Role in Climate Action". Culture Summit convenes leaders from the field of arts, heritage, media, museums, public policy and technology, to identify ways in which culture can transform societies and communities worldwide.
Join Michele Cairella Fillmore, Curator of the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery and Don. B. Huntley Gallery at Cal Poly Pomona for an in-person friendly meet and greet.
Open to existing artists-in-residence and Borderless Citizens. Register in advance to add this event to your calendar and receive automatic reminders! Pre-registration not required to attend.
Happening once monthly at 18th Street Arts Center's Propeller Gallery, artist Jenny Yurshansky will host two simultaneous workshops related to her solo exhibition Rinsing the Bones. Participants will work with the artist to explore how our migration stories offer us paths for understanding our own histories, places of origin, and how that impacts our sense of belonging and identity.
Join us in celebrating our artists and their incredible work during our bimonthly Open Studios. Artists-in-residence and visiting artists collaborate to produce artist-run open studios, where the public is invited to view completed works as well as work-in-progress.
Participating Artists: Penelope Cagney, Cristallina Fischetti, Monica Sheets and EZTV Online Museum