Emerging Artists of Northern California
September 2 - October 8
Reception: September 2
MarinMOCA believes in offering exposure and exhibition space to talented emerging
artists of the Bay Area through an expansive exhibition in both galleries of the
museum. On view this year will be work by five artists: Shannon Abac, Andrea Bergen,
Aida Lizalde, Philip McGaughy and Katie Revilla. "Visitors will see an incredibly
talented, diverse exhibit by artists who create powerful, refined imagery with important
stories to tell." says juror Virginia Tominia, Managing Director of the Chandra
Cerrito Contemporary Gallery. The exhibition features 2-D, 3-D, and installation
art, and delves into a variety of themes, from the degradation of our environment
to the immigrant experience.
Image: detail from "Inherent Failure" by Shannon Abac
Fall National Juried Exhibition
October 14 - November 19
Reception: October 14
The Fall National Juried Exhibition gives artists from across the country the opportunity
to show their work at a professional, established venue, and gives visitors to MarinMOCA
the opportunity to see a wide variety of artworks by contemporary American artists.
Open to all residents of the US.
Now Accepting Submissions
December 2 - January 7
A national juried exhibition open to all artists working in any 2D medium. William
Keith, Albert Bierstadt and Anna Althea Hills - renowned landscape painters of the
19th century - helped pave the way for our rich heritage of landscape art. This
exhibit will feature contemporary artists who interpret the landscape around them
in a myriad of ways.
December 2 - January 7
Ron Collins Gallery
The Artist Members of MarinMOCA have big hearts! This exhibition will feature small
works made by our Artist Members, and a portion of the sales of each work will go
to the members’ chosen local non-profit. This exhibit will help raise awareness
and benefit our community and local non-profit organizations.
Traveling Postcards: Art for Social Change
Traveling Postcards are handmade art postcards that travel to women around the world
who are survivors of violence and oppression. This exhibit will feature some of
the postcards made during the Traveling Postcard workshops held at MarinMOCA. Traveling
Postcards is a program of The Women’s Wisdom Initiative, a Bay Area nonprofit that
uses the transformative nature of art to heal trauma from violence and to fight
for gender equality.
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