Current Exhibitions

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“Collaboration”
Artists of MarinMOCA Show

July 11 - August 16, 2015
Main Galleries
Reception Date: July 11, 5-7 pm

Jurors: Lori Austin and Barbra Fortier

Each of the works in this exhibition is a collaboration between a MarinMOCA member and one or more other artists. Lori Austin and Barbra Fortier will also work together to collaborate as jurors for this exhibition.

COLLABORATION Participants:
Sharon Kuhn & Linda Colnett
Linda Mueller, Kut Mueller & Ginette King
Norma Cili & Colleen Johnson
Jonathan Hyman & Charlie Kleiman
Nancy Nelson & Janet Bogardus
Gloria Matuszewski & Sarah O'Hala
Hines & Louise Bourdages
Kathleen Lack & Leslie Anne Webb
Kathryn Cirincione & Sue Dedina
Donna Solin & Judy Barnett & Geraldine Ganun
Chuck Galvin & Anna Ladyzhenskaya
Sandi Miot & Joel Yau
Louis Bording & Lori Brunette
Beryl Miler & Lee Nisbet
Cecily O'Connor & Sonny Rose
Barbara Klare & Joanne Salz
Jean Fisher & Harriet Burge
Bernard Healey, Sarah Gorman-Brown, Carine Rosenblatt
Mia Brown & Jaqui Quintanilla
Mario Bubbo & Michael Bubbo
Heidi LaGrasta & Andrew Lindsay
Nancy Bardach
Suzanne Golt & Linda Shearin
Linda Larsen & Joan Boosey
Nini Lion & Barbara Andine Stephenson
Bob Justice & Paul Miller
Hines & Louise Bourdages
Barbara McLain & Martin Lesinski
Susan Rothschild & Carl Heyward

 

 

Ambassadors of Hope and Opportunity

July 11 - August 16, 2015
Ron Collins Gallery
Reception Date: July 11

Jurors: Lori Austin and Barbra Fortier

MarinMOCA will display a panel mural created by youth from Ambassadors of Hope and Opportunity. Ambassadors of Hope and Opportunity (AHO) is a 501 (c) (3) organization designed for youth, by youth, for the future of youth who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness. Their vision is to eliminate youth homelessness in suburban and rural communities nationwide by providing a trained life coach, the essential resources and leadership opportunities to become financially self-sufficient contributing adults. For more information go to www.ahoproject.org.